Radio: For Public Service

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...

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