Recovered 1955 Radio Program Club Star Way WWNH Rochester
Thu Oct 5 14:42:48 EDT 2017
You are correct. WPOP was a Merv Griffin station among others.
On 10/5/2017 2:36:05 PM, Ed Hennessy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
He was a jock (and possibly PD or music director) at WIOF Waterbury in the mid-1980s as well. I can't recall for sure, but WPOP may have been co-owned with WIOF then. This was the period when WIOF was owned by Merv Griffin, if I recall correctly.
From: Donna Halper
On 10/4/2017 1:10 PM, M.Casey wrote:
> There was "Lou Terry" on WPOP in the 1960's, & 70's. Think he was a
There was indeed a guy named Lou Terri (with an I) on WPOP, doing news
and traffic, in the mid-1960s. But prior to that, he was the program
director and morning jock at WEIM in Fitchburg, circa 1957. Much later,
in the late 1960s, he was a deejay & production man in Springfield MA at
WHYN radio, in the late 60s. If that is the right guy (and many jocks
in the 50s and early 60s worked a circuit that took them from stations
in NH & CT to stations in MA), he died in a car accident in 1989. His
real name was Louis Gualtieri, and his obit spoke of his mostly working
for stations in CT.
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