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Re: the real "all girl station" and WNAC history

On 3 Jul 2000,  Donna Halper wrote:

> Dan's point is a good one, but interestingly, the NAB absolutely DID exist
> and Shepard was one of its founders.  But the call letters WNAB pre-dated
> it by a year, so I guess they never complained. (The NAB was founded in mid
> 1923.)  

But were they called the NAB at the time?  I remember back in the 1950s, 
they were called the "NARTB," which stood for "National Association of 
Radio and Television Broadcasters."  I imagine they might have at one time 
been called the "NARB," though I've never actually heard of that name.

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