Dick Biondi

Dick is one of the immortals of rock and roll radio broadcasting.  I listened to him on WLS 890 in Chicago in the early 1960s as WLS had one of the strongest signals on the AM dial at night in Casper. When I visited southern California in the mid 1960s I again heard Dick on … Read more

KCBS-FM

From September 1972 until July 1977, I was one of the three engineers producing and maintaining the equipment at KCBS-FM in San Francisco. During that time, the station used the IGM 770 automation system to produce the on-the air programming.  A DEC PDP8E 12-bit computer was used to control the programming as well as to prepare … Read more

Ken Ackerman

Ken started at KCBS in 1942 when he moved to the Bay Area from Sacramento.  I met Ken in 1972 when he worked at KCBS-FM and I worked on the FM side.  When I considered looking for a home in Marin County, he suggested Cole Jackman who sold me a home in San Anselmo close … Read more

KUWR

I was one of the first Broadcasting majors at the University of Wyoming. On September 14, 1966, at 4:00 p.m. I signed on the campus radio station KUWR-FM for the first time. This was our logo during the late 1960’s.  The FM was 10 watts on 91.5 MHz. and in the dorms, the signal was … Read more

KATI

My second job in radio was as the morning disk jockey at KATI – 1400 on your dial, in Casper, Wyoming.  I signed the station on at 5:00 am and played country and western music until 7:00 and then left for school at Natrona County High School in Casper.  Then back on the air from … Read more