Music: Radio Art

Radio listeners, being human, want the best of everything. But they don't always get it. The nightly ether-music is too often indirect advertising. Prudent musicians object to the broadcasting of their programs; people won't buy seats in stuffy concert halls if they can stay at home and listen to the same thing. For these and allied reasons, the Chicago Civic Opera will not broadcast its performances this Winter.

A solution to this distressing situation has been offered by the National Association of Broadcasters of New York. It is a plan that has...

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