Radio: Broadcasting San Francisco

If the plain citizen is either baffled or bored by the world security conference at San Francisco, it won't be radio's fault.

The broadcasters, aboil with plans last week, hoped to do more than explain, in down-to-earth terms, exactly what goes on. Consciously steering clear of a "carnival atmosphere," they intended, all the same, to liven the conference up a bit.

The big networks, plus BBC, CBC, and some 30 individual U.S. radio stations, had reserved space in the Veterans' Memorial Building for daily, on-the-spot reports of the public sessions. There were also...

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