Radio: Berlin Off

All U.S. radio reporters in Berlin were last week denied the "cooperation" of the Reichsrundfunk Gesellschaft (German Radio Co.): i.e., put off the air sine die. This looked like a Nazi effort to throw the last punch, because two of the correspondents (Mutual's Dickson, NBC's Dreier) had already refused to broadcast and the third (CBS's Smith) was on the point of doing so. Their more or less fed-up opinion: no use.

CBS's famous Berlin newscaster, William L. Shirer, has had no successor in the art of wafting a lifted eyebrow on the air. But...

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