Radio: The Busy Air, Apr. 12, 1954

¶ In Pittsburgh, the nation's fourth educational TV station, WQED, began regular telecasts of three hours and 15 minutes a day, five days a week. Sample program: The Historical Importance of Pittsburgh, Penmanship Through the Ages, Children's Hour, Home Workshop,, and You—the Artist.

¶ In Los Angeles, the American Broadcasting Co. and Walt Disney studios signed a long-term contract. First result will be a series of 26 hour-long TV shows this fall, combining live action and cartoon technique3 in a program "based on adventure, variety, romance and comedy."

¶ In Stuttgart, Germany, Dr. George Fahrbach, president of the West German Association of...

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