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Steve Berian said:   May 12, 2009 4:55 pm PST
John - Terrific! is all I can say. Thanks so much for doing this. And by the way, Google shows 22000+ citations for WWUH -- that's amazing!

Hollywood Paul Rotello said:   May 10, 2009 4:02 pm PST
Hey kids, Hollywood Paul here. My radio days at 1039 Asylum Ave., 243 S. Whitney St. and 60 Washington St. (level "H") were a riot! Great to browse these boards and see the stories, pics and recollections. Thanks much for the site. - HPR

Dennis Jackson said:   May 9, 2009 10:10 am PST
The site is getting better all the time, John. Really excellent!

David Millson said:   May 8, 2009 2:36 pm PST
Great site! Thanks for including WHUS... my "major" at UConn ('62). Of course, we were all 'DRC fans then, and some our staff worked at WILI in Willimantic, of course (R.I.P.), one at WICC, another at WTIC (He just retired from VOA; has that kind of voice).

Waterbury Time Machine said:   May 4, 2009 6:15 am PST
Kudos to you and two thumbs up for your Hartford Radio History website. I have a lot of historical information about Waterbury radio stations WWCO, WATR, WBRY/WTBY/WQQW, and WOWW/WFNW on the Radio page of my Waterbury Time Machine website http://www.freewebs.com/brasscity/radio.htm Feel free to use any of the info, photos, program schedules, etc. on it that you would like to on your site. Regarding the Question When did WLCR switch to WBRY?: the answer is never. WLCR co-existed with WBRY in the early รข??50s before changing the calls to WBZY. WBRY became WTBY when the Waterbury Republican - American sold the station, and WBRY is now used by a station in Woodbury TN.

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