Radio: The Busy Air, Jan. 10, 1955

In Hollywood, another movie lot surrendered to television when Ziv Television Programs, Inc. (Mr. District Attorney, I Led Three Lives, Boston Blackie, Cisco Kid) bought the six-acre American National Studios, formerly the home of Eagle Lion-Pathe.

¶ In Washington, Representative Sam Rayburn, the new Speaker of the House, flatly announced that, under the Democrats, there would be no televising of House committee hearings.

¶ In North Carolina, the nation's ninth educational TV network went on the air.

Sponsored by the University of North Carolina with studios in Raleigh, Greensboro and Chapel Hill, the network's programs will range from do-it-yourself shows to historical sketches.

¶ In...

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