1930S BREAKING NEWS - 2 A busy newsroom receives the news that the U.S.S Panay has been sunk by the Japanese on December 11th, 1937. The editor approves the copy and an assistant takes the story to the radio announcer.
1930S RADIO BROADCASTER AND LISTENERS A man organizes news stories at his office desk in a 1930's radio station. An assistant hands a news story to a radio broadcaster at the microphone. People turn on their radios to listen to the news, a nurse turns the radio on for a patient.
1940'S HOLLYWOOD MOVIE PREMIER - 2 Radio Columnist George Fisher interviews stars attending the premier of the 1948 film, "The Emperor Waltz” at the Paramount Theater in Hollywood. Celebrities stepping up to the microphone include Cecil B. DeMille, Wandra Hendrix, Betty Hutton, Bob Hope, Lizabeth Scott and Bing Crosby.
AL SMITH FOR PRESIDENT Enthusiastic delegates in Houston wave flags and placards during a democratic convention in a bunting draped arena during which Alfred Emanuel Smith was nominated for President of the United States; two women wearing cloche hats are seen holding a New York placard; Smith stands behind microphones smiling and waving; a woman gestures wildly; delegates and placards move around the convention center.
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