WBZ website up-dates

Roger Kirk rogerkirk@ttlc.net
Wed Oct 31 23:20:39 EDT 2007


Nothing in my personal archives, but you might want to peruse these 
images and contact the owners:

http://www.jordanrich.com/Images/CD26.jpg     (this will be easy)


Donna Halper wrote:
> As some of you know, I am working with Peter Casey and others at WBZ 
> to up-date the website's history--- will let you know when it's 
> completed, but I think you'll be pleased.  I was curious about two 
> things.  One, do any of you have old WBZ surveys or old promotional 
> materials that have some of the WBZ slogans the station used to use in 
> the 50s or 60s?  I want to scan some of them-- like "the spirit of New 
> England" or "the Greatest Airshow on Earth," or "the Live Five."  I 
> have some in my own collection, but would be interested to know who 
> else has some... mine are not all in the greatest shape.
> Secondly, as I mentioned, we want to do a tribute page-- with profiles 
> of past WBZ stars like Bruce Bradley or Dick Summer or Larry Glick.  
> Before we round up the usual suspects, do you have some nominees for 
> that page-- any former news or sports or air personalities who deserve 
> to be remembered?  We will probably have a separate page for those who 
> are no longer living... like Leo Egan, Carl DeSuze, Streeter Stuart... 
> but at this point, I just wanna see what names come to mind when you 
> think of memorable people who used to be on the air at WBZ.     

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