WLS Rewind!

Bill O'Neill billohno@gmail.com
Mon May 26 21:24:01 EDT 2008

One of their audio sources is not punched up on the aux or program line 
that feeds the webstream.  The Nixon bit and a couple of songs or spots 
didn't feed as they were mix-minused. Not sure that matters much given 
the the flame-thrower 890. (WCBS 880 wipes it out here in western 
Vermont as it comes in like a local.)

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Kevin Vahey wrote:
> I honestly think WLS was the best Top 40 station ever.
> Talent wise it was the equal of WABC if not a little better.
> The guy who did sports this morning Les Grobstein is famous in Chicago
> for recording a Cubs manager having a meltdown.
> Lujack played it unedited and somehow the FCC never did anything. It
> is a classic
> You can find it on You Tube just search for Lee Elia... he said the
> magic words....
> On 5/26/08, Bill O'Neill <billohno@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Don A wrote:
>>> No signal in Vermont either...however...You can listen online at:
>>> http://www.wlsam.com/article.asp?id=152352
>> Thanks for the link. Good stuff to listen to as I catch up on work (that
>> I should have done on Friday). Funny bit with Bill Bailey about the fact
>> that they did not have any security guards on their (WLS's) floor for
>> <cough> obvious reasons.
>> Bill O'Neill <echo echo>

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