The Blue Network swelled with pride last week. Its own Raymond Gram Swing, one of the most measured, mature pundits on the U.S. air, got one of the $1,000 Alfred I. du Pont Radio Awards (TIME, March 15, 1943), for his "aggressive . . . reliable" gathering, reporting and interpretation of the news during 1943.
Companion awards went to a pair of radio stations:
¶ Cincinnati's 50,000-watt WLW, for the job it had done in "tailoring" broadcasts picked up from British Broadcasting Corp.
¶ Macon, Georgia's WMAZ (5,000 watts) won the "small station" award for a series of programs designed to bring...