Fr. Dito, who has been attached to the Catholic Radio (Katholieke Radio Omroep) since 1930 and has been chairman of that organisation since 1938, has informed the K.R.O. Executive that his work for the•International Catholic Radio and television officer demands so much of his time and efforts that he must devote himself exclusively to that work Fr. Dito left the Netherlands in 1940 and arrived in October of that year in London, where be was immediately appointed by the Netherlands Government as its adviser for broadcasting. He held this post until the Government left for the Netherlands. At the request of the Church authorities in Rome, Fr. Dito will now go on a study mission in North and South America for the International Catholic Radio and Television Office. His successor as chairman of the K.R.O. is Professor D. J. Kos, of Nijmegen.
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Organisations: Catholic Radio and Television Office
People: D. J. Kos
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Keywords: Netherlands Public Broadcasting, Katholieke Radio Omroep, Dito, Nijmegen, Religion / Belief, Politics
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