Radio: Continental Spread

By October, 16 more U.S. cities will be added to the 33 already linked by television's coaxial cable and microwave relay network. The swing to the south will tie in Louisville, Huntington, W. Va., Nashville, Greensboro and Charlotte, N.C., Jacksonville, Atlanta and Birmingham. Moving westward, the net will pick up Indianapolis, Rock Island, Ill., Davenport and Ames, Iowa, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Omaha and Kansas City. California's TV stations can join the national net late in 1951, when the final link between Omaha and San Francisco is completed.

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