Radio: The llegit

Radio's most untrammeled critic last week put out a little book that was, like himself, benignant but free from bunk.* As an introduction to broadcasting, and as a try at a sound point of view on the subject, it had few predecessors and no up-to-date rivals. Everything defensible in radio it defended; )'et its strictures and warnings came opportunely at a time when U.S. radio faced the responsibilities of its first war.

Variety's Editor Bob Landry has been a spectator of broadcasting and its people for nine years. Moonfaced, high-voiced, crinkle-grinning and articulate, he...

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