Radio: Eyestrain & Bunk

Educators missed the boat when radio was young, and they don't intend to be left on the dock by television. The National Association of Educational Broadcasters is currently asking FCC to set aside certain TV channels for educational use (TIME, Dec. 4). To make their point that even in its best and biggest area—New York City—commercial TV is doing a poor job, the N.A.E.B. last week submitted a report by Dr. Dallas W. Smythe of the University of Illinois and Dr. Donald Horton of the University of Chicago.

Under Dr. Smythe's supervision, 18 hardy...

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