Radio: London Calling

Two junketing Britons arrived in Manhattan this week to take an intensive look at U.S. radio & TV. As members of Lord Beveridge's ten-man Committee of Enquiry, which will make recommendations on the future course of the British Broadcasting Corp., they have the job, among others, of classifying and analyzing the differences between BBC and U.S. broadcasting.

What the committeemen think about the U.S. brand will finally be incorporated in their report. It may surprise U.S. radiomen who confidently believe that the U.S. leads the world. Justin Miller, president of the U.S. National...

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