Radio: The Winners

Radio's most prized ornaments (with the exception of high Hooperatings) are the annual Peabody Awards. This week in Manhattan, the 1947 Peabody "Oscars" will be handed round.

Among the networks, ABC and CBS share top honors with three prizewinning programs apiece. ABC's Elmer Davis and CBS Views the Press divided the award for reporting; ABC's Theatre Guild on the Air and CBS's Studio One split the drama prize; ABC's Boston Symphony wins the music award; CBS's Documentary Unit series gets the education award. Mutual gets only a tiny ray of reflected glory (one of its affiliated stations won a prize). NBC gets...

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