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AFTER presenting NBC-Hofstra Col- lege Study at Detroit's TV Round Table in June, Bob McFadyen (seated, r), mgr., NBC sales planning and re- search dept., is quizzed by (I to r) Bill Wollbridge, sales mgr., WWJ De- troit; Paul Rickard, Wayne U. radio dept. head; Ralph Hotchkiss, Maxon Inc. agency. Review of Montreal session last fall and U. He replaces SAM MAXWELL who goes to local sales as account executive. He thinks radio will benefit from the fact that TV, more than AM, is facing a major personnel problem because of the war. "Because a lot of trained personnel may be lost, the medium won't progress as fast as it normally would," he said.

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Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC (July 1, 1998)

ISBN: 1582610029

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