Radio: Converts

Uneasy over the uproar about television's slipping moral standards, two stations last week ran for shelter to the bosom of the Motion Picture Production Code. President Theodore Streibert of Manhattan's WOR-TV hailed the code as a guide to "what is acceptable and in good taste." In Philadelphia, Publisher Walter H. Annenberg. of the Inquirer urged the manager of his station WFIL-TV to pay particular attention to code provisions dealing with "the depiction of crimes against the law, the use of obscenity and vulgarity, and restrictions as to costumes and dances."


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