Radio: Look Who's Talking

Radio rarely wields any lance more deadly than a squirt of toothpaste. The mere thought of radio talking back to the press gives most newsmen a belly laugh. Yet for the last two weeks CBS has done just that—it has criticized the press with such spirit and point that it has got right under the thick, ink-smudged hide of several Manhattan dailies.

The new program for New Yorkers, CBS Views the Press (WCBS, Sat. 6:15-6:30 p.m. E.D.T.), is aired in the well-known, orange-crush tones of Newscaster Don Hollenbeck. Hollenbeck also writes the script with the aid of the CBS news staff and...

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