Radio: 25th Birthday

Broadcasting celebrated its 25th anniversary year last week. Kiwanis International, which tactfully considers all success deserved, gave every broadcasting station in the U.S. and Canada an impartial, luncheon-hour backslap. But Ohio State University's Institute for Education by Radio took a long look at the birthday boy and handed him a lemon.

In the field of education, the Institute announced, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.'s "cultural" programs were "by far the finest submitted"—were, in fact, "radio at its best." CBC gives the public "radio drama of originality, emotional appeal and intellectual integrity. . . ." CBC's dramatic programs show "courage and leadership in attacking...

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