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Thursday, 17 March 1932


Mr FENTON - I cannot now give a definite reply to that question; it must largely depend upon the quality of the B class stations - whether they can provide a better service. The Government is greatly concerned regarding the broadcasting service in country areas, and we intend to do our best to supply country listeners with an adequate service. That, of course, will take some time to provide, but when the eight additional regional stations have been established throughout Australia, 95 per cent. of the people will have a first-class service.







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