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William Morey said:   August 8, 2012 9:23 am PST
All I can say is this sure brings back memories. I remember as a kid in the 50's on up WNLC, which my father started in 1936 at the age of 21. If only he could have seen what we have today, he would be amazed at how far and how fast electronics has taken us.

Shanda Dee said:   August 3, 2012 4:30 pm PST
Very good stuff to read..Thanks for your effort and education for the masses1

Tim LaPierre said:   June 1, 2012 2:27 pm PST
hello John really am enjoyng your book,, bout time somebody does this,,nice job,,,if you have a radio interrest buy it,,,also great to see Dave Lounders name in here,, real nice guy,,,also wanted you to know I heard that the old WPOP building on Cedar street in Newington still has everything intact inside left just the way it was the last broadcast day from that location,,kind of sad to see all this history go to waste,,,when yu travel around the state you can find plenty of left over broadcast history still in place just rotting away

Paul Michaud A.K.A. Uncle Johnny said:   May 25, 2012 12:01 pm PST
Hello to all of my Connecticut radio brothers and sisters. I have sad news. Paul Resnick A.K.A. Cash Sunshine at WAVZ,Eddie Haskel at WPLR, New Haven and WHCN, Hartford. is terminal with C.O.P.D.If you, have worked, or have listened to Paul over the years, leave him a voice-mail 386-216-9239 I will make sure he hears it. Thanks. UJ

Bill Girand said:   March 24, 2012 11:30 pm PST
Hi all you guys!! Remember the record humping little guy who helped to keep it all going smooth and fun too. Hard to believe I spent 4 yrs working there. It was fun.. take care ... be well Bill

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