Radio stars (Dec 1938)

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RADIO STARS RADIO GOES HOLLYWOOD Today it is difficult to find an outstanding program which does not originate in Hollywood. And fewer still are the radio performers who do not appear in pictures ... or movie stars who aren't on the air. The radio and the screen are one. Radio's gone Hollywood. So, RADIO STARS Goes Hollywood Radio Stars conforms to the change. From its very inception, it has been a magazine devoted to radio personalities. But, today, radio's performers are Hollywood stars, and a radio magazine is, in effect, a movie magazine. RADIO STARS merges with MODERN SCREEN Next month Radio Stars will be combined with MODERN SCREEN. There- after you'll meet all of your favorite Radio-Movie stars in the pages of MODERN SCREEN, beginning with the January, 1939, issue, on sale every- where December 1st.