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  • Assembly speaker: People should donate to public radio, TV

    Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says people should donate to Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio in the face of cuts Gov. Scott Walker has proposed in his state budget. Walker's budget would slash $5 million from the board that operates...
  • CT Broadcasters Association Names 12 To New Hall of Fame

    CT Broadcasters Association Names 12 To New Hall of Fame
    They are radio and tv names that are well known to Connecticut's tv viewers and radio listeners. NBC CT's Gerry Brooks, WFSB's Denise D'Ascenzo, the late legendary radio "Dean of Sports" WTIC's Arnold Dean and former tv show host and Connoisseur Media...
  • New AM radio show will tune into LGBT talk

    New AM radio show will tune into LGBT talk
    "Get Out! South Florida," an LGBT-themed radio show, is getting ready for its debut 7 p.m. April 7 on WBZT, 1230-AM. The weekly one-hour show will feature hosts Tom Hantzarides and Kendall Rumsey discussing serious and light topics such as cinema,...
  • Radio docudrama 'Unshackled' still rings true after 65 years

    Radio docudrama 'Unshackled' still rings true after 65 years
    For much of his adult life, William Jarabeck was an aimless drifter, desperately trying to find a way to fit into society. Raised by a steelworker father in western Pennsylvania, he started hanging with the wrong crowd in his early teens and was an...
  • Egypt police raid radio station, detain rights advocate

    The head of an Egyptian human rights organization said Saturday he is being held in a central Cairo police station following a police raid on the group's online radio station. Ahmed Samih, director of the Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence...
  • Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89

     Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89
    Tom Koch, a laconic satirist whose refined sense of the absurdities of everyday life informed thousands of radio scripts for the comedy team Bob and Ray as well as a memorable Mad magazine sports spoof called "43-Man Squamish," died March 22 at his Laguna...
  • Boy Scout To Install Equipment To Monitor Pilot Transmissions At Plainville Airfield

    Boy Scout To Install Equipment To Monitor Pilot Transmissions At Plainville Airfield
    PLAINVILLE — A Boy Scout's Eagle project should make it possible soon for people parked at the town's airport to hear live radio traffic from pilots taking off and landing. Equipment being installed, approved by town aviation officials, will...
  • Orland Park teen 'can do just about everything in radio'

    Orland Park teen 'can do just about everything in radio'
    Cora Georgiou has long realized her voice provides a talent that she could put to use. When she was a Sandburg High School student, she was a top competitor in speech contests, and she gained the nickname "Cora-nation." She was even called upon in...
  • Ex-College of DuPage radio station worker pleads not guilty to theft

    Ex-College of DuPage radio station worker pleads not guilty to theft
    A former College of DuPage employee formally pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he stole more than $200,000 through fraudulent billing at the school's radio station. In a brief appearance in DuPage County court, John Valenta, 65, of Wheaton,...
  • Best events this week: The Who, the Ting Tings and Record Store Day

    Best events this week: The Who, the Ting Tings and Record Store Day
      Monday The British Broadcasting Corporation's touring radio company, the BBC Concert Orchestra, will join piano prodigy Charlie Albright for a two-night program kicking off 8 p.m. Monday at the Kravis Center (701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach)....
  • Shooting drew together ordinary lives of driver, officer

    But for a series of split-second decisions that followed a traffic stop, Walter Scott might still be alive and police officer Michael Slager still patrolling the streets. When the two men's lives intersected on April 4, Scott had just purchased a used...