Becker, Howard S.
November 1955
New Republic;11/28/55, Vol. 133 Issue 22, p20
Entertainment Review
Focuses on the radio broadcasting business in the U.S. Features of an early evening radio program in New Orleans; Manipulation of radio jockey Gene Shepherd in broadcasting most of the night from Cincinnati; Transmission of a program of "Music and Folklore" by radio jockey Henry Jacobs on a Berkeley, California FM station.


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