Radiomen were polishing their own "Os cars" this week as the annual Peabod. Awards* were announced in Manhattan For the first time, television was officially recognized and captured two awards. Win ners for 1948:
Reporting: Edward R. Murrow (CBS), "has been one of the most reliable anc shining lights in the overcast of new: analysis . . ."
Television: Actors Studio (ABC-TV) "uninhibited and brilliant pioneering in the field of televised drama."
Children's Program: Howdy Doody (NBC-TV), "beguiling puppet show . . .
Outstanding Entertainment: University Theater (NBC), "absorbing and skillfully adapted . . ."
Best Comedian: Groucho Marx in You Bet Your Life (ABC), "the...