Help from Brazil

In international broadcasts, the receiving country seldom helps to prepare the programs it receives, but five Brazilians last week reached Manhattan for just that purpose. Their chief object: to assist the Rockefeller Committee (Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs) in getting up a daily radio program for Brazil.

There are no commercial networks in Brazil. But eleven independent stations in Rio and eleven in São Paulo are linked by telephone wires, and all 89 Brazilian stations can pick up and rebroadcast programs transmitted over Brazil's powerful short-wave stations. For years all stations have been required either to go off the air or to...

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