The Press: Radio Reviewing

The versatile press adapts itself to almost everything. Along came the radio, and there sprang into existence radio supplements and radio programs. But until recently, although radio had developed into one of the larger amusements of the nation, there had developed no seasoned attempt at radio criticism.

The New York Tribune took this omission to heart. It set up last week a department called Last Night on the Radio, conducted by "Pioneer." He does not tell how to wind a deduction, or how to make a radio set out of a hair pin,...

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