Radio: Still Driving a Model T?

The TV world was as filled with color as a forest in autumn. NBC showed a satisfying colorcast of the opera Carmen to hundreds of invited guests in Manhattan, and last week followed it with the first closed-circuit broadcast from New York to Hollywood, where a group of moviemen were unhappily impressed by the vivid picture and surprisingly fine texture of color TV. Dragnet began shooting its films in color, and Bob Hope issued a casting call for the "most colorgenic girls in America" to appear on his first color TV show. Industrial designers...

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