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Re: Entercom imposes contract on AFTRA

Any idea what Gary doing? I lost track of him after his brief stint at 
Boston's first oldies station in 1973 or so.

What station?  Hint they flipped to brokered religion next and still 

On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 9:27PM -0500, Roger Kirk wrote:
> "SteveOrdinetz" wrote:
>>  Nah, I think they were just sloppy.  WMEX jocks ran their own boards
> and
>>  they were always tight.  My guess is that it was tolerated because it
> gave
>>  the station a "folksy" image.
>>  I could see having a separate announcer & board op when spots were
> played
>>  off ETs or 5" reels,  but once carts became commonplace there was no
> need.
> Gary Martin (former midday at WRKO) told of the station he worked at
> where the DJ ran his own board and there were no cart machines.  Every
> spot was on a 3" reel of tape on a pegboard.  There were multiple
> reel-to-reels available to set up a spot set.
> Can you imagine that setup for today's 10-12 unit break?
> Roger