Items of Interest

The Committees on Publication had their annual conference in Boston in October. Representatives attended from many parts of the United States, including Hawaii; and from Canada, England, and the British West Indies. Sessions were held for nearly a week, and the discussions covered all the functions of the Committees.

Among others of importance there was discussed the radio activities of the Committees, which originally consisted of two classifications: one, conducting programs on Christian Science from radio studios, and, two, furnishing electrical transcriptions on Christian Science for radio use. Within the last few months there was added a third—furnishing to radio stations material for what is known as "The Monitor Views the News." These radio programs, prepared in Boston by The Christian Science Monitor, are sent out through the Committees on Publication to nearly eighty stations daily, except Sundays. They are radiocast as nearly as possible at the time when the copies of the Monitor, whose pages furnished material for the programs, reach the hands of their subscribers. Already many expressions of gratitude from listeners, and thanks from radio stations, have been forthcoming.

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