Sun Jun 27 20:29:13 EDT 2010
I am not sure I ever saw Joe sober as he would hit the Red Hat BEFORE
work - great director tho
Gamere was simply a tragic case. At the end only one bar would let him
him (T's Pub in Allston)
One beer and he was gone - very, very angry drunk.
Both 7 and 56 gave him every chance in the book but he was hopeless.
Who owned 25 when he was there? If it was still WXNE they had no
tolerence at all. I remember Dudley Freedman bought time at WXNE for
college hockey and was told 10 minutes before air he could not air
beer commercials. It wiped the poor guy out.
On 6/27/10, TVNETDUDE@aol.com <TVNETDUDE@aol.com> wrote:
> I worked there one summer and they had the bowling alley in the basement. I
> always ran the camera with the contestant in the garage. It is where they
> kept the news vehicles and it always smelled of auto exhaust.
> Speaking of exhaust, we used to record the announcements on a cart and
> Leif Jensen would make the announce booth look like he was in a cloud bank.
> head a great voice but I think it was enhanced by he smokes.
> I never saw Gamere or Joe drunk but did see them with killer hang overs.
> Gamere was nasty with everyone when he had to deal with the public with a
> hang over.
> In a message dated 6/27/2010 12:01:09 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> boston-radio-interest-request@tsornin.BostonRadio.org writes:
>>>>The only equipment mistake they made when they moved to Bulfinch was
> the master control switcher from Northern Electric which was way too
> complicated than it had to be. Leif Jensen would hold court in his
> glass booth (is he still alive) and then there was the challenge of
> keeping director Joe Sullivan and sportscaster Bob Gamere sober for
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