Radio: For Free

Everybody in the U.S. hasn't got a TV set—not by a long shot. Then why have TV sales slowed down? Chicago TV manufacturer John Meek turned his researchers loose in Washington, D.C., and got some depressing news. Nonowners cheerfully reported that they watch television an average of twelve hours a week in the homes of friends, and therefore have no very strong incentive to buy.


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