Radio: The Color War

While the public wondered how long it would be before it actually gets color TV, the industry went on with its brisk little backstage civil war. Last week the uproar over the Federal Communications Commission decision approving CBS's field sequential system of color television (TIME, Oct. 23) grew louder. Items:

¶ Big RCA and little Pilot Radio Corp. filed suits asking that the FCC order be set aside as "contrary to the public interest." Pilot soon dropped its complaint, to make way for a clear-cut battle between RCA-NBC and the FCC.

¶ The FCC warned that it would "vigorously oppose . ....

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