Radio: Out of Rome

Last week CBS voluntarily gave up broadcasting to the U.S. from Rome in order to avoid a censorship that made newscasting virtually impossible. A couple of days after CBS vacated the Rome air, NBC was booted by Il Duce's Ministry for Popular Culture. Not at all reluctant was either network to get out of Rome. All material from Italy has to be O.K.d by Berlin, then given another once-over by the Italians. By the time everybody has finished scrutinizing it, the news is usually completely cold.

Meantime CBS was restored to the air in Berlin after being barred because the Propaganda Ministry...

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