Radio's New Deal: The NRA and U.S. Broadcasting, 1933–1935

@article{Mazzocco2005RadiosND,
  title={Radio's New Deal: The NRA and U.S. Broadcasting, 1933–1935},
  author={D. W. Mazzocco},
  journal={Journal of Radio Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={32 - 46}
}
This article describes the process of establishing the National Recovery Administration (NRA) codes in U.S. broadcasting beginning in January 1933. The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) fortified its dominant position in shaping federal broadcast oversight during the first New Deal period (1933–1935). As it championed economic recovery efforts, the NAB largely favored President Roosevelt, a long-time supporter of radio broadcasting. Radio industry control through 1935 continued to tilt… Expand
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