Radio: The Flirtation

Since 1928, when television first opened its infant eyes, the youngster has been making goo-goos at Hollywood. Hollywood, full of its grown-up affairs, paid no attention. Now television is too big to be ignored. Last week three major studios were openly or clandestinely carrying on with the young fellow:

Paramount was empire-building as fast as time and the FCC would permit. Last week KTLA, the big Paramount-owned station in Los Angeles, had one of the fullest logbooks of any television studio in the U.S. (35 hours a week). Another Paramount production is Chicago's WBKB,...

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