Crossman, Richard H. S.
June 1953
New Republic;6/1/53, Vol. 128 Issue 22, p12
The article focuses on three American radio stations based in Munich, Germany. These are Free Europe, Radio Liberation and Voice Of America. Out of which the latter two are private entities. They have all the staff, the equipment and the dollars that they need, and they are also free from any cribbing control by the State Department. But though it is a far bigger affair than the BBC Eastern European Service, the Voice of America in Munich feels itself a very poor relation.


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