Radio: The Week in Review

For TV, summer is a time of hard-boiled stocktaking, half-baked promises and raw replacements. Last week there were fewer replacements, grander promises —and an unexpected twist to the season's stocktaking.

Boom in the West. Hollywood, the "enemy" movie capital, was having a TV boom, and New York, TV capital of the U.S., was worried. Hollywood actors alone have upped their collective annual income by more than a third, from $29 to $39 million, according to the New York Times'— Jack Gould. Jumping from a one-to a two-industry city, Hollywood is now home territory to...

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