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Tim LaPierre(Jumpin Jim Brown) said:   July 10, 2010 3:02 pm PST
very pleased to have found this site,, very impressed,, well done!!having been in radio for 35 years and still going strong like Rusty Potz at WLNG,,I have resurected the call letters WKOB a station of which I was a small part of (proudly) back in the day..I currently have a permit for a low power station with those golden call letters...we also are working on a station in Hamden , Conn. as well...love radio!!! would not do anything else...

Barie Fez-Barringten said:   June 7, 2010 10:39 am PST
I was disc jockey and did many commercial and spots for Paul DeSavino from 1966 till 1969. So many years later we could still hear them being broadcasted from far away as Long Island,New York . Paul and his station manager were really nice. I met the station manager years later in a small station in Puenta Gorda Florida. I'd welcome hearing from any one who remembers any of this and can be found on line by typing in my name and/or going to www.barie fez-barringten.com

Ed Caputo said:   June 1, 2010 6:21 am PST
Worked as staff anncr WNHC AM/FM/ May '50-March 51. Miltary svc,then returned Oct 53-Oct '62. Top 20 Club DJ then AM/FM News Director.

Tim Richmond said:   May 21, 2010 9:03 am PST
John, Marvelous job on the website. I worked at WXLS, 98.3, now WILI FM from it's sign on in 1975 until it was sold in 1980. I then went to our sister station in Ansonia, WADS until 1982 when I went to WRCH/WRCQ. Contact me if you would like info and possibly some pix. Keep up the great work. Tim P.S. If you can find any CT "Blue Books" put ot by the Sec of State's office every year, you can find quite a bit of info on ownership, management, etc.

Steve Emirzian said:   May 18, 2010 12:45 pm PST
Hey John, just wondering if you were going to post some info on WTNH's early sister station when it was WB59. I have some more pics if you need them.

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