RADIO: Opportunity for Service

If the larger radio interests were displeased with the amendments Congress put into the Federal radio law last fortnight, they were better pleased by the Senate's action last week in confirming all four of President Coolidge's appointments to the revivified Federal Radio Commission.

The radio amendments require the Commission to effect "equitable" assignments of waves and wattages among the broadcasting stations, on a basis of population in five zones of the U. S. The effect may be to cut the franchises of the rich, long-established stations in the New York and Chicago...

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