Radio: Director's Guild

A Radio Directors Guild was born last week in Manhattan with a charter membership of 37, including four of the biggest: Norman Corwin, Arch Oboler, Irving Reis, Orson Welles. Its avowed purposes: 1) to improve radio entertainment; 2) to lend more effective radio assistance to the Government's war effort; 3) to establish the professional prestige of those who call the tune and set the pace for the mass entertainment of Americans.

A good radio director must be able to handle actors, sound and music for the creation of a single well-knit performance. His work is done fast,...

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