The Press: Air v. Ink

In the hang-fire war between Radio and the Press, the newspapers thus far have done all the fighting. Radio, which gets more & more of the national advertiser's dollar each year partly at the expense of newspapers, has been able to sit back and insist quietly that, so far as Radio was concerned, no war existed. Last week, however, Columbia Broadcasting System took action which, if not a show of force, at least was good showmanship. It formed Columbia News Service, Inc. to gather and broadcast news.

Until last year Radio was permitted to help itself to the news of press associations...

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