Publisher's Letter, Sep. 5, 1955

Dear TIME-Reader:

SOME of us who have been around TIME for a good while sat in the control room of an American Broadcasting Co. radio studio recently, waiting to hear a familiar voice. When it came out of the control-room loudspeaker, the voice was still as sonorous and commanding as ever. It immediately recalled memories and stories of early TIME ventures into radio: the 1924 show, called Pop Question, conducted by the late Briton Hadden, co-founder of TIME; NewsCasts in 1928 and NewsActing in 1929, both started by TIME'S President Roy Larsen, then TIME'S...

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