The Press: Televisionaries

U.S. editors and their bosses will gather next week in Manhattan for their annual shop-talkfest—the American Newspaper Publishers Association's convention. It was clear this week what would be most on the assembled minds: radio and television.

Departing from custom, A.N.P.A. set aside one session in which experts will discuss FM (frequency modulation) broadcasting. The experts: FM's inventor, Major E. H. Armstrong, General Electric's Dr. W. R. G. Baker, and Walter J. Damm, president of FM Broadcasters, Inc. (also vice president of the Milwaukee Journal). Interest was aroused by: 1) the recent FCC acceptance of postwar FM station applications; 2) among newspaper applicants,...

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