Subject: Voice-over Flubs
Sat Feb 23 14:59:46 EST 2008
WNAC might have carried Long John Nebel from Mutual, or his successor,
Larry King. I don't know how much Mutual WNAC ran in those days or
whether some other station had become the local Mutual affiliate by
then. But those are possibilities.
Dan Strassberg (email@example.com)
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Subject: Re: Subject: Voice-over Flubs
>I remember CBS Radio making a big deal out of being the first to
> newscasts 24 hours a day and that was around 1974.
> I think WMEX went fulltime when Larry Glick arrived around 1964. My
> memories of all night radio go back to the early 60's. WEEI had
> Til Dawn that CBS ran on all their owned stations with local hosts.
> brain says Jack Lazar was the Boston host. WHDH had Norm Nathan and
> 'Sounds In The Night' He used the same opening with a train whisltle
> and a jazz piece that I can't recall the name of but if I heard it
> again I would know it. Before Dick Summer I believe BZ had Kevin
> O'Keefe overnight. I have no memory of what WNAC was doing overnight
> if anything.
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