Twelve authorities in the radio industry, including officials of national electrical and broadcasting companies, men active in research, and an authority on radio legislation, will give a series of lectures on the radio industry in the Business School during the month of April in the course in Business Policy under the direction of Anton De Haas, Professor of Foreign Trade.
General J. S. Harbord, president of the Radio Corporation of America, M. H. Aylesworth, president of the National Broadcasting Company, Dr. F. B. Jewett, president of the Bell Laboratories of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, and Judge S. B. Davis, of New York, are among the lecturers.
This course in Business Policy, under Professor De Haas, has taken up various national and international industries, studying especially the interrelatious of industry and outside factors. The industries of aviation, lumber, rubber, electric power, and chemistry, have been studied so far. Carlos Davlla, Ambassador from Chile to the United States, lectured to the course last Saturday on the saltpeter production, in connection with the study of the chemical industry.
Following these lectures an exhibition showing the technical and business development of the industry will be held in Baker Library.
The program for the series is as follows:
April 3, "The Beginning of Radio and its Development up to the World War," by E. E. Bucher, assistant vice-president of the Radio Corporation of America.
April 7, "The Principles of Radio Operation," by Professor H. G. Weber, of M. I. T.
April 16, "The Development of the Radio Art and Industry Since 1920 and its Relation to Other Industries," by David Sarnoff, vice-president and general manager of the Radio Corporation of America.
April 17, "Research and Manufacturing in the Radio Art," by E. P. Edwards, manager of the Radio Department of the General Electric Company.
April 20, "The Law of the Air," by Judge S. B. Davis, of New York.
April 21, "The History of Broadcasting in the United States," by H. P. Davis, vice-president of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company.
April 23, "Radio in the World War and the Organization of an American Owned Transoceanic Radio Service," by General J. G. Harbord, president of the Radio Corporation of America.
April 24, "The Sponsored Program as the Basis of Broadcasting Support," by M. H. Aylesworth, president of the National Broadcasting Company.
April 26, "The Application of Developments in the Radio Art to Wire Telephony and Other Previously Established Methods of Communication," by Dr. F. B. Jewett, president of the Bell Laboratories of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
April 27, "Distribution and Merchandising of Radio Equipment," by J. L. Ray, general sales manager of the Radio Corporation of America.
April 28, "The Publicizing of the Radio Industry," by P. Boucheron, advertising manager of the Radio Corporation of America.
May 1, "The Application of Radio Principles to Industry," by Professor H. C. Weber, of M. I. T
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