RADIO AS A CAREER by Julius L. Hornung

RADIO AS A CAREER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An excellent addition to the Kitson Career Series, straight factual information for vocational reference shelves. An important factor, and one not given much space in other books in the field, is the information about correspondence schools and home study, with a good deal of emphasis on the value of amateur preparation and how to make the most of it. The book deals more with the technical and non-technical sides of radio itself, rather than the broadcasting studies. There is, as usual, an appendix of schools at the end. A good job.

Pub Date: May 3rd, 1940
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls