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Madison McKeever said:   March 1, 2017 7:44 pm PST
Hi all, I am a writer and resident of Bolton, CT. My grandparents were Pat Turner and Paul Edwards, and I'm trying to find out some more information about the two of them. If anyone can tell me anything, or knows of anyone who can, I would greatly appreciate it. My contact information is mmke136@gmail.om. Thank you!

Tom Miller said:   January 2, 2017 10:22 am PST
Question. Is there a CT radio historical society or someone who collects, archives and preserves CT radio memorabilia? I have quite a bit of 50's & 60's (and more) WELI radio related materials I'd like to donate. It's time to share what my dad and I have kept and took care of over the years.

Robert (Bob Ryan) Estes said:   March 16, 2016 7:22 am PST
I worked at WTIC am & FM in the Gold building from 1979 to 1980.

Francis McGrath said:   March 9, 2016 7:52 pm PST
I was on a Mile of Dimes program that came from a trailer in front of the Travelers building. That was the name before it became the March of Dimes. I still have my copy of the script. It was signed by several people the were onn the broadcast.

Thomas Madden said:   February 22, 2016 9:13 am PST
I work at WMRD/WLIS radio in Middletown CT. I've been here for only a year or so trying to get new accounts for ads sales. Times sure have changed since AM was a force in media. The internet has changed the market and few companies are willing to purchase ads with us. we still have a sizeable listening audience but it must have dwindled since the good days when selling radio must have been much easier. It is a shame because AM local radio should still have an impact on the CT culture.

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