Radio & TV: Even-Handed Justice

John Crosby, the New York Herald Tribune's sometimes acid critic of radio & TV, gave readers of his column a notable demonstration of selfless critical impartiality last week. In the course of a discussion of teen-age shows on television, Crosby mentioned Jimmy Elaine's Junior Edition, "a show I've watched more often than would be my normal won't simply because my wife, Mary Crosby, happens to be on it."

Wrote Crosby: "The information Mr. Elaine and Mrs. C. dredge out of these kids concerning their fan clubs, their dogs and their other enthusiasms is, I suppose, accurate, relevant and just possibly important to...

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