24 March – A radio variety show is broadcast from a moving train for the first time, when Belle Baker hosts a show on a train traveling around the New York area. It was broadcast on the New York City station WABC. She talked first about the weather then, about local news regarding home-towns or stations of the train with the radio.
20 October – CBS Radio returns WJSV (today WFED) in Alexandria, Virginia to the air, after a three-month period of silence. CBS has purchased the station from namesake James S. Vance, citing the heavy connections existed behind the scenes with Vance and the Ku Klux Klan. It has operated and programmed WJSV since 1929, unintentionally making CBS a proxy with the Klan. In addition, WJSV is also moved from Mount Vernon, Virginia to the aforementioned Washington, D.C. suburb.