Tower Site Calendar in the news

John Francini
Sun Nov 24 10:30:16 EST 2013

But his last line shows just what he--probably non-technical and proud of it--thinks of this sort of thing.  The link to the web site reads:

"I can't think who I would give it to, though. Who deserves some coal in their stocking?"


However, his article did get me to go to and order a calendar.


On 24 Nov 2013, at 8:16 , Blaine Thompson <> wrote:

> Excerpt:
> But Scott Fybush, a public radio journalist in Rochester, N.Y., has been making a side living since 2001 printing a calendar chock-full of beautiful shots of ... radio and television towers. 
> "Yes, you read that right," announced a snappy press release. "Prettiest radio towers." 
> I thought it was a joke. But it's a real business. In his best year, Mr. Fybush sold 1,000 calendars, to radio enthusiasts all over the world. He usually sells about 800.

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