Reporters: New Voice at VOA

"He is a man whose voice and whose face and whose mind is known to this country and to most of the entire world," said President Johnson as he announced the appointment of a new director of the Voice of America last week. And indeed, NBC-TV's John Chancellor at 38 is the best-known person ever to be put in the post—as well as the first working newsman.

"I was happy as a flea working at the White House for NBC," says Chancellor a bit ruefully. But Johnson, who had enjoyed many chats with Chancellor down at the ranch in Texas,...

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