Radio: The People's Choice

NBC admitted last week that it was negotiating with Soprano Margaret Truman to make guest appearances on both radio and TV. NBC Vice President Charles Barry hinted that the salary under discussion would be "less than $200,000 a year," but probably more than the $100,000-a-year salary of her father. NBC's interest in Margaret, said Barry, resulted from her "great performance" when she sang and acted last month on Tallulah Bankhead's The Big Show. Of her possibilities as a future mistress of ceremonies he said, ecstatically: "Miss Truman has a quality that you rarely...

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