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NEW A. M. A. RADIO PROGRAM
Beginning October 1 at 5 p. m. eastern standard time (4 o'clock central standard time, 3 o'clock mountain time) the American Medical Association with the cooperation of the National Broadcasting Company will begin a new series of programs under the same title, "Your Health," that has previously been used for the National Broadcasting Company broadcasts. This series will differ radically from any programs which the American Medical Association has ever broadcast before. Instead of fifteen minute talks, the program will be thirty minutes in length and will consist of vivid dramatizations of medical emergencies and how they are met. Into each program will be woven a short talk by Dr. Morris Fishbein or Dr. W. W. Bauer emphasizing the points illustrated in the dramatizations. Incidental music will accompany the programs. Scripts and production are being provided by the National Broadcasting Company under the supervision
Association News. JAMA. 1935;105(8):603. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760340049020
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