Radio: Moyes's Noise

Because the Portland Oregonian radio columnist, Bill Moyes, had been taking too many off-beat pokes at local politics. the Oregonian last week spirited him out of town. Until elections were over he would "commune with the prairie dogs" and write about just plain radio.

That would scarcely be a hardship for big, hell-raising Bill Moyes. He went radio-crazy during college days at Yale, has never gotten over it. His column, hardly one of the best, is easily the brashest. Because of "family readership," his prose is closely screened for cuss words, but some original and occasionally shrewd observations on U.S. radio...

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