KSCO, like WJIB, a commercial station asking for donations

Kevin Vahey kvahey@comcast.net
Fri Jan 9 16:57:15 EST 2009

I will never forget the evening my girlfriend and I visited him in the
late 80's. He asked if we wanted a pizza and then did a commercial ad
lib. I think Simon lived off trade-offs.

He was a genuine character. I didn't like what the FCC did to him by
adding WRBB to 104.9 but I guess he was not the most popular owner at
the FCC Custom House offices.

On 1/9/09, A. Joseph Ross <Joe@attorneyross.com> wrote:
> On 9 Jan 2009 Mike Ward wrote:
>> I've got 'em both beat...after losing the station's studios to a fire,
>> the woman who owned my first station owner got on and asked for
>> listener donations back in 1990.  :)
> And of course, there was Simon Geller.  When did he start asking for
> donations?
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