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Jimmy is one of radio's outlaw characters. Soon he was slug broadcast writing assignment nightly, and Gordon McLendon spent a fortune putting psychedelic lights in the KLIF studio windows, visible from outside. He left the station less than a year later.
Inthe LA Times named Jimmy rock dj of the year. When times got tough, Jimmie rode horses in Topanga Canyon. Inhe was back on KMET in the early evenings. A fellow worker marveled at Jimmy's ability to meld Progressive music with Country.
Between radio assignments, he did a one-to-one voiceover workshop at Wally Heider Studios, up the block from local jock hangout Martoni's. Al was born November 22,in Warren, Ohio. He started out in L. At KMPC he worked mostly overnights and byClark had failed to make an impression with Southern California listeners and turned to booze.
One day, the station manager told him to play some music, so he went out to a record store and simply bought a bunch of music he liked. Listeners liked it, too, and the concept caught on," according to the Post-Gazette story. The year-old came to Pittsburgh in to host a radio show that lasted until At its peak, Mr.
Race's show captured more than 50 percent of the audience - he simply played what he thought listeners would like. He was one of the first to bring the music of black artists to a wider and more mainstream audience.
Clark returned to Pittsburgh in He and his wife opened a bed and breakfast in Sewickley, fulfilling a longtime dream. The couple were known to drive tourists unfamiliar with the area around the back roads.
Diane Race said one of her husband's last hopes was that he could discourage others from smoking. Race's throat cancer was attributed to his longtime tobacco use.
Clark died July 27, He was 66 years old. Riki, a recovering alcoholic and former drug addict according to a profile in the LA Timesrefers to his own experiences with much empathy as the host of "Loveline. In a issue of Playboy Riki was one of the participants in a feature on "sex talk radio.
He snowboards, is a stock car racing fanatic and has a "43" tattoo for Richard Petty.
On September 8,Riki was terminated by KLSX for punching fellow personality Doug Steckler three times in the face, injuring Steckler badly enough to keep him bed-ridden for a week. Last heard, Riki was living in Mooresville, North Carolina. Morgan called his engineer "Failsafe" Walt during the "Boss Radio" glory years.
Walt has passed away. In the summer ofhe became the chief revenue officer at Spanish Broadcasting System. Since the spring ofCharlie has been the co-founder of Swan Digital Media, working to unlock the wireless digital network effect of radio and tv stations.
The Ted Rall Show aired weekends from late through late summer of Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, inTed achieved early success as an artist. His first cartoons were published in Ohio newspapers in InTed was expelled from Columbia for disciplinary and academic reasons.
He also moonlighted as a telemarketer and taxi driver. Inspired after meeting guerrilla artist Keith Haring inRall began posting his cartoons on New York City streets.
He eventually picked up 12 clients through self-syndication. Inhe quit Wall Street to return to Columbia, where he graduated with honors in history in His cartoons now appear in more than a hundred publications.
Rall sees editorial cartoons as a vehicle for change more than a source of humorous gags.
He is also a staff writer for P.Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. This compilation is dedicated to the memory of our nameless forebears, who were the inventors of the pens and inks, paper and incunabula, glyphs and alphabets.
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. Nov 24, · A line of lead in both eras was known as a slug.
“Slugs make life easier around the newsroom,” Mr. Lacey wrote in an email. Later in , Jimmie joined Bob Hamilton's Radio Report publication as Country editor. In , he was back on KMET in the early evenings. When things didn't work out on KMET, management put him on sister Metromedia station, Country KLAC.
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