[J. Reuben Clark]
Yesterday (November 30, 1953): I got in touch with Brother Ivor Sharp and asked him to get in touch with Rosel Hyde, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, in order that I might talk to him regarding the establishing of an international short-wave station. ...
He said he assumed that as to any station which we might set up, we would be willing to devote part of the time to something beside proselyting, give cultural programs, and what not. I told him I thought we would, or course, be willing to do that.
[The Diaries of J. Reuben Clark, 1933-1961, Abridged, Digital Edition, Salt Lake City, Utah 2015]