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Alan Deme said:   June 25, 2011 9:34 pm PST
I have a WICH "Yearbook" circa 1952. Lots of great pictures of the original tower, transmitter building, staff, etc. Willing to share.

Dennis Hubbs said:   June 13, 2011 9:41 am PST
I "ran" the transmitter back in the late 70s, part-time during the weekends...I remember taking the shift after a guy (can't remember his name) who always had a HUGE pack of pens in a pocket protector...Never could figure out why!! Took many a base current reading at the antennas during all kinds of weather...Those were the days! :)

John Birchard said:   June 10, 2011 2:21 am PST
Nice to see I "made the cut" in the WCCC-FM history... where I did the evening jazz show from 1961 to '66. Never made much money working for Bill and Max, but learned a lot and had a lot of fun. Then, I left for WTIC - but that's another story.

Gerry Putnam said:   May 22, 2011 2:16 pm PST
Long been out of the neighborhood, but so many fantastic memories of the tunes I received over my homemade radio while growing up in Farmington. Hung around with a guy with an "underground" radio station, who's name shall be withheld....

Philip Reeder said:   May 16, 2011 1:33 pm PST
I worked at WTYD / WNLC in 1974 as a salesman, my first job out of college. Stayed one year then moved back to NH. My most memorable time was when I knocked of the automated FM accidentally when I kicked a power outlet under my desk, the engineer could not figure out why the automation had tripped the circuit breaker. I suggested that it could have been the spark under my desk. Thank you for the informative history of WNLC-AM

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