Radio: Up in the Air

In Washington, the Federal Communications Commission had finally decided in favor of CBS color TV over the rival systems of RCA and Color Television Inc. (TIME, Oct. 23). But, having won the nine-year color TV war, CBS was in danger last week of losing the peace.

RCA, contending that the FCC order was invalid and would cause "irreparable damage" to the TV industry and the public, asked a three-judge federal court in Chicago for an injunction. After two days of hearings, the judges issued a temporary restraining order against CBS to take effect while...

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