Radio: Elliott's Network

From poverty's pinch I'm further immune,

For now I've a son with Chicago's Tribune.

When George M. Cohan resumes his Presidential role in I'd Rather Be Right, some such couplet could be added to the lyrics about "one boy with du Pont, and another one with Hearst." For last week Son-With-Hearst Elliott Roosevelt made a deal to affiliate his newly formed Texas State Network of radio stations with the Mutual Broadcasting System, whose stock is 50%-owned by the anti-Roosevelt Chicago Tribune's Station WGN. Bamberger's Station WOR (Newark) owns the other half.

Son Roosevelt's Texas...

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