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Joe Nadeau said:   October 4, 2009 7:39 pm PST
Really decent site that, brought back many child hood memories from the 1960's. I always wondered where these stations went and, now, I know. Too bad that many of the good radio stations are gone like the over nite jock.

Kevin Flood said:   October 3, 2009 6:32 pm PST
Very informative site! I've given it a plug on my blog, http://hartfordhistory.blogspot.com.

smith said:   September 28, 2009 1:09 pm PST
huh. john ramsey. huh. hcn pics from the shiney jacket days... but nothin from the leather jacket era? best to you , john. great to see you archiving this stuff.

Waterbury Time Machine said:   September 18, 2009 4:53 pm PST
Re: Silent Stations "A traveling station in the 20s that operated a week at the time in Waterbury and Norwich, maybe other cities" - Page 11 of the 10/26/67 Watertown Town Times at indicates that "Gene (Oviatt) had a great deal to do with the beginning of radio in Waterbury. He and E. Christy Erk worked together in the first program and then when Waterbury had their own portable radio station Gene was the accompanist on most of the musical programs, while E. Christy Erk was the announcer."

Tom Smith said:   September 15, 2009 1:23 pm PST
We've discovered Hartford Radio History, JR! We thank you for the start--the catalyst--to begin creating an air host chronicle of present and past Air Hosts. The personal surveys will be out by next week. Again, we at WQTQ FM thank you. Tom Smith

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