Download an 8-page scan from RADIO NEWS, January 1946, on the subject of ‘the modern broadcast engineer’:
It is January 1946. The war is over. Millions of young men and women in the United States are seeking peacetime employment. Massive global R+D efforts undertaken during the war have made available incredible amounts of new technologies, surplus materials, and personnel trained in communications work. I’m not exactly sure what the point of this article is, but it seems to be a call-to-action for young ppl to enter the field of broadcast engineering work, or at least define it as a career option. DL and check it out. Below: some highlights.