Eric: kspn, 2017. In media communications and went on to work at kkfr-Phoenix, wjmh-Greensboro and kpty-Phoenix. Great people to work with there, and being around the aspiring broadcasters who are training there rekindled my own enthusiasm for the radio biz." "In June of 2011, I was hired as a production contractor at Playlist.7, doing commercial production, helping out on imaging when. From his hospital bed he began reading magazines aloud. I've been very fortunate, said Michael, who spent time at knac-Long Beach in the late 1980s as Jack the Ripper. (Reed flew to Minneapolis to replace Dale.) For a brief time Bobby worked at kfwb's sister station, kewb, in the Bay Area and then returned to the Southland to work at krla. (Laura Davis, Jonathan Doll, Todd Donoho, and Lou Dobbs) Day, Howard: klfm/knob, 1960-61; kapp, 1962-63; kkop, 1965; knac, 1966; kfox, 1966; kkop, 1968-78. George was part of the start of Armed Forces Radio Services. Chet's daughter Janet said he died peacefully at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona. He's now doing traffic reports for various LA radio stations and hosting a weekly soccer show at kspn.
The catalyst for the death of Disco radio, Steve's "disco sucks" event attracted national attention when it was staged between a double header at the Chicago White Sox' Comiskey Park in July 1979. He wrote and produced a tv special, Words Music by Bobby Troup. He was a natural as a master-of-ceremonies after his many years as a band leader and radio work elsewhere.
He was driving me around town on dvd hookup to hdtv my first night, giving me a quick tour of the city. He came to my rescue several times. . Douglas, Chet: kbla, 1965; kfwb, 1968-80. He is the creator of Distracted Drivers m ( m ) a weekly podcast show talking about the dangers of texting and driving. During the '60s Paul worked in Atlanta at wake and wqxi, and wibg-Philadelphia.