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Stephanie Jenkins said:   June 11, 2014 9:26 am PST
I'm working on a documentary about Jackie Robinson, and seeking audio from the concerts that he and his family hosted in Stamford Connecticut every summer from 1963 to 1971. Do you know of any? Alternatively, do you know of any interviews with Jackie or his familY? Any leads would be appreciated! Thank you!

Alan Field said:   June 3, 2014 9:19 am PST
Articles refer to the fact that WWCO was the first station in Waterbury to play rock and roll. It happens that I was the one who introduced it in 1959. Mr. Bloomberg made me program director (I also did the morning show) and all I did was place all the 45's from Billboard's 100 each week and told all the dj's to just choose from those. Thus we moved from third to first in less than six months.

Jennifer DeAngelis said:   May 6, 2014 8:09 pm PST
Hello my name is Jennifer DeAngelis and my father was George DeAngelis A.K.A." The Walrus" for WHCN ...he just passed away yesterday and me and my sisters were trying to find pictures or if anyone knew him we love hearing all of the old stories

Bridget Kennedy said:   March 17, 2014 7:50 am PST
I am looking for my Grandfathers irish hour on Sundays in the 70's-80's He was part of the Irish American home in Glastonbury and would love to hear those recordings- George Mulligan

Country Paul Payton said:   February 21, 2014 12:43 pm PST
Reading through the "call letter meanings," I think WLVX is incorrect. According to Wikipedia, the former WEST/WMLB etc. was purchased by a Long Island Christian station, WLIX ( the "X" for the cross), owned by Living Communications. To carry the theme, the station in CT became WLVX, probably the "LV" for living and the "X" again for the cross. I know we both hate inaccurate research, so I hope this helps clarify this obscure piece of minutia. (By the way, the WLVX call is now being used on an FM in Pennsylvania, also a religious station.)

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