Radio: Moonlight Savings

Listeners within broadcast range of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts have lately made a surprising discovery: there are often better programs on the air from midnight until 7 a.m. than during the daylight hours. This came about because after Pearl Harbor a number of powerful stations on both coasts were ordered to stay on the air around-the-clock to aid the Fighter Commands in case of air raids.

Aware that night work in war industries has swelled the owl audience, most of the stations now make a real effort to put on good programs for...

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