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Looking Back: Dramatic Readings

Three students gather around a microphone, performing a dramatic reading in a 1946 radio workshop at BYU. Photo from BYU Special Collections.

Above: Students do a dramatic reading in a 1946 radio workshop at KBYU, a station begun the same year by BYU student Owen S. Rich (BS ’50) at the request of Department of Communications chair T. Earl Pardoe (AB ’25) (photo by BYU News Bureau, courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UAP2 F191).

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