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Jim Dog said:   July 25, 2010 5:41 pm PST
I lived in Manchester have listened to the mentioned radio station and have visited the studio. I can confirm that the information is correct and historically accurate. What he doesn't write about is how he left a promising radio career radio to became a professional surfer and then opened a chain of surf shops in Hawaii.

t.allen Colvard said:   July 25, 2010 4:18 pm PST
if anyone is interested... i was the chief operator/engineer for WNLC-AM(1510)/ WTYD-FM(100.9)in the mid-80's. the morning man for 'TYD and was responsible for the format shift to Adult Contemporary from Beautiful Music; took alot of heat in the press for that one! i also worked the overnights on 'NLC (oldies) with little regard for format constraints and had the most listened to program in non-rated radio!! The first live remote broadcast 'TYD did from the mall in Waterford we did using the MARTI from the sister. Management wouldn't spring for a board op to fire the EOM since 'TYD was automated, so i rigged a "missle-fire" button using a PL generator from a 2-way radio set and tied it to the HARRIS automation to trigger the next event. KOOL!! (pun intended) i've got slides of the original construction of the antenna farm at Foster RD. including the FEMA bomb shelter and generator shed. y'know... in case of the russians :) dropping their regards :( we'll chat later... back then i went by Alan Paige...... pause for obvious reactions of recognition. Pushing the "envelope" was my contribution to AM radio engineering, that RCA-BTA5/10U would never modulate an AM envelope the same again.

Leslie Domler said:   July 24, 2010 4:23 am PST
I remember listening to WSHR very well. Greg was (and still is) the bomb! Totally groovy!

bobby brookfield said:   July 23, 2010 6:41 pm PST
hey Tim funy ,, I never knew this site was here and one day it fell into my lap by accident and there was your reference to WKOB,,let us know how you make out with the new WKOB,, I was in school back then and became a big fan of the station,, you brought back a lot of great memories,,, tell us more details about the station please! good luck!

Greg Allan said:   July 19, 2010 1:35 pm PST
Loved the Pirate Radio History. Nice job! Will check in for updates.

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