Radio: Professional Touch

The U. S. Government has no broadcasting station of its own. When U. S. officials want to broadcast their departmental achievements, they have to go to the Washington studios of the major networks. If the Government should announce that it was about to set up its own radio station, political razors might begin flying through the air. But last week, when the Government opened its first broadcasting studio in Washington, all was quiet along the Potomac. For the studio is not a station. Its programs must be wired to Washington's commercial stations, broadcast through regular commercial channels.

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