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Waller's second book
Judith C Waller Writes Textbook on Broadcasting "RADIO: THE FIFTH ESTATE," by Judith C. Waller. Houghton Mifflin, Reviewed by Larry Woltors Judith Waller has been in radio almost since the beginning. In 1922 she was 'called upon to organize the station which became WMAQ. The stamp of her mind is clear upon 25 years of broadcasting particularly upon educational broadcasting. She conceived the University of Chicago Round Table and sold the idea of putting it on a network when the National Broadcasting company absorbed the station. Today, as public service director for NBC's central division, she is responsible for its cultural programs talks, round tables, and forums. Miss Waller worked out the plans for tho NBC-Northwestern summer institute, which has proved so successful in training young people for radio jobs that it has spread to other campuses. This volume is one of a series of standard textbooks brought out for this institute and other radio courses. It's a comprehensive guide thru that bewildering maze known as broadcasting. Dr. James Rowland Angell in a foreword says this book should "shorten by months or even years the time ordinarily required to' understand the scope and complications of the radio business."