A Letter From The Publisher, Apr. 7, 1947

To get a TIME story to bed accurately often requires the help of many people unconnected with TIME: professional journalists, specialists in every imaginable field of endeavor, possessors of specific facts, plain citizens. Their contributions, freely asked for, are almost always freely and gladly given—a fact of which TIME is proud and for which it is very grateful. Typical of the kind of help these contributors provide is this incident from the work of getting out the March 24th issue:

On Sunday morning, an edited story about children's radio programs came to Radio Researcher...

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