“The Columbia Workshop” for Outstanding Entertainment in Radio
1946 | CBS Radio
Outstanding Entertainment in Radio: It has not been easy to make an award in drama for the year past. The committee feels that ever since the war, American broadcasting has been too much given to imitation and too little interested in the new. We make our award in drama to the Columbia Workshop because of its willingness to experiment, because of its skill in adaptation, and because of its audacity in believing that nothing is too hard—not even Gertrude Stein or the poems of T.S. Eliot—if they be rightly presented on the air.
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