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National Radio News

National Radio News was the original name of a technically-oriented American magazine about radio published by the National Radio Institute, a correspondence school founded in 1914.

Publication History

National Radio News began in 1928, and ran under that name until 1950, when it was renamed National Radio-TV News. In 1958 it was renamed NRI News, and somewhere around 1962 it was renamed NRI Journal. No issue copyright renewals exist under any of its names, and my spot-checks of NRI Journal issues do not turn up copyright notices. The National Radio Institute was purchased by McGraw-Hill in 1968, and shut down in 2002.

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