Radio: Money for Minutes

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One of the newest and lustiest youngsters in the industrial nursery is network radio. There are plenty of observers who would not look upon it in its 13th year and find the mark of genius. But last week, as the industry totted up its fall bookings, added the spring's and summer's and estimated income to year's end, nobody could deny that as a business proposition, radio was indeed a thriving youngster. It had come out of its second depression with more money than it entered it with.

Born of the boom and...

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