RADIO: Free Time

How much free time, if any, should Radio give to religious and educational programs?

For months this question has been bumping loosely and loudly around Washington. Religionists and educators felt that the New Deal, as part of its general reform program, should open the air wider to them. The Federal Communications Commission took the question firmly in hand and proceeded, through a three-man board, to hold public hearings. Last week Radio's biggest wigs trooped to Washington to protest any plan which would force them to take into their broadcasting studios any specified...

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