Radio: Decision in Oshkosh

For U.S. radio, the Presidential campaign is a bonanza. The industry stands to make several million dollars selling broadcast time to the political parties. Last week Station WOSH of Oshkosh announced a novel way of boosting the ante. WOSH decided that President Roosevelt's recent radio report on his Pacific journey (TIME, Aug. 21, Sept. 4) "was political in its entirety." Consequently, from now until Election Day Franklin Roosevelt, like his opponent, will have to pay WOSH for every radio speech, political or otherwise, made over the station.

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