Bradley Jay (Was Re: Gary LaPierre Undergoes Triple BypassSurgery)
Fri Sep 30 15:35:25 EDT 2005
I'm amazed. What would be the chances nowadays of a 21- or 22-year-old
getting an anchor job (or ANY job, for that matter) at a major 50,000-watt
AM radio station?
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Subject: Re: Bradley Jay (Was Re: Gary LaPierre Undergoes Triple
> At 02:51 AM 9/30/2005 -0400, Rob wrote:
> > > > How old is Gary, anyway? I was 13 in 1964 when I first listened to
> > > > him, so he's gotta be pushing 70.
> > >
> > > I'm not sure the logic of this. I was 19 in 1964. Does that make him
> >Well...at what age might a young reporter get hired at WBZ in 1964?
> Gary was on the young side of that range - 21 or 22, if memory serves. I
> know that he told me once that for the first few years he was at WBZ, the
> station deliberately didn't release any publicity photos of him because he
> looked so young.
> That would make him about 62-63 now, I think.
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