Oskar Czeija, photo, around 1935
Czeija, Oskar, b. Vienna, Sept. 5, 1887, d. Vienna, March 7, 1958; son of Karl August Czeija; co-founder and first director-general (1924-1938) of the Austrian radio broadcasting company. RAVAG. From Aug. 8 until Nov. 12, 1945 manager of the "Austrian Broadcasting Systems" (ö. Rundspruchwesen), whose headquarters were at Radio Wien.
Literature: P. Kudlicza, ITT Austria 1884-1984, 1984; M. Schmolke (ed.), Wegbereiter der Publizistik in Österreich, 1992.