Lost and Found Sound: Studio Nine

As part of our year-long collaboration with independent producers, Lost and Found Sound today turns to veteran broadcaster Robert Trout for a look back at CBS Studio Nine. The New York newsroom was the source of much of the century's news for millions of Americans. During the studio's operation from 1938 to 1964, Trout was one of the men who spent the most time there. He recently discovered some of his tapes.

Material for this segment was obtained from the original CBS News broadcast and record album, “Farewell to Studio Nine, “ produced in July 1964 by Alvin Snyder and Lee Hanna.

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