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Re: WBZ overnights
I forgot who mentioned Jefferson Kaye as one of the occupants of the
overnight shift, but that person was correct.
I have a station one-sheet on Kaye (undated, but one of set including
DeSuze/Maynard/Dunn/Bradley/Kennedy/Summer, so probably about 1964). It
says he was a Balitmore native who spent four years in the Air Force. In
1958 he started his broadcast career at WRIB Providence, then switched to
"Determined to break into a large Radio operation, Jeff heard about the
allk-night opening at WBZ and immediately auditioned for the job. It
didn't take long to realize that here was a valuable addition to the
staff and the vote was unanimous: 'Hire him!' The decision has proven
to be a valid one for six months later Jeff was moved into the WBZ
afternoon slot." My best guess is that Kaye preceeded Dick Summer on the
He is still active in NFL films based in the Philadelphia area.
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