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CBS as well.
Well, he was interested in my personal business problems. We'd talk a lot about
the politics of the corporation and the differences between the programming people and the
research people and so forth. Not all of our meetings were devoted to methodology. A lot of it
was just, you know, the kind of gossip that a couple of guys indulge in.
He wanted me to do something that I should have done and didn't do. He felt that I should
have organized a battery, of social critics, to write about radio, and make suggestions about
Through the organization at Princeton, or through his organization?
No, no, no. CBS.
He wanted me to do it as part of my business research.
A battery of critics of what kind?
Well, literary critics essentially. Critics of today, there would have been -- Well,
there aren't many around that I have much confidence in, but there are the critics that -- that
body of criticism that does exist in the movies and in television -- that kind of program critic.
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