Please excuse this off-topic post. However, with the significant
overlap between old-time radio and ARSC, I'm hoping someone with the
proper knowledge or who knows someone with the proper knowledge reads
this. This is tied to a collection of lacquer discs I'm digitizing
whose provenance is a little uncertain. Please contact me off list if
you can help.
I'm looking for someone that could answer questions about radio
journalists stationed in the Pacific Theater of World War II. On the
lighter end, I'd love to get confirmation of certain reporter's name
spellings. On the more serious end, I'd like to find out about the
organization of reporters and how/if the networks shared their work.
(These are not the exact questions, just trying to give someone an
idea of what I'd like to know.)
Again, if you can help, please contact me directly.
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