An excellent text book for anyone teaching writing courses tied up with radio, for anyone interested in trying out for radio...

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HOW TO WRITE FOR RADIO

An excellent text book for anyone teaching writing courses tied up with radio, for anyone interested in trying out for radio work from the writing angle -- but not a book for those looking for technical information. Deals wholly and solely -- and very comprehensively with the script end, with dramatizations, condensations, skits, commentary, etc. etc. Examples analyzed and discussed. Treatment and viewpoint and method -- all from an authentic and practical angle. A book that should be a guide for radio directors in planning programs, as well as for contributors.

Pub Date: June 1, 1938

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Publisher: Whittlesey House

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1938