Radio: Summary of the News

More than half of the people inter viewed in a National Association of Broadcasters survey said that their chief source of daily news is the radio. The next question is: What kind of news are they getting? To find out, a special committee of the National Association of Radio News Directors took a one week look at the four news associations (Associated Press, United Press, International News Service, Transradio Press). Last week, the committee issued a 12,000-word report described by N.A.R.N.D. President Sig Mickelson as a "fact-finding rather than a fault-finding project." If...

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