Radio: NABusiness

Neville Miller got his first real taste of radio when, as mayor of Louisville, Ky., he directed emergency crews during the 1937 Ohio-Mississippi flood. After a spell as executive assistant to Princeton University's President Dodds, Neville Miller returned to the air, succeeded his friend, Louisville Newspaperman Mark Ethridge, as president of the National Association of Broadcasters. Today his rich baritone, speaking for 428 N. A. B. members, is an articulate voice for the U. S. radio industry. Last week, with the industry noisily congregated at N. A. B.'s 17th annual convention in noisy...

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