69 years ago

September 1996
Nieman Reports;Fall96, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p47
Quotes an editorial from the periodical `Editor & Publisher,' dated October 8, 1927. Prediction of obsolescence of newspaper reporting with the advent of radio broadcasting of news.


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