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  • The sound of 'Laugh-In's' Gary Owens was the sound of Los Angeles

    The sound of 'Laugh-In's' Gary Owens was the sound of Los Angeles
    The sound of Gary Owens, the announcer and voice artist who died Thursday at home in Encino, was a sound of Los Angeles in the 1960s and '70s: classic and customized, finely tuned and casually flamboyant, like a pinstriped suit on the one hand and a...
  • Ex-College of DuPage radio engineer charged with felony theft

    Ex-College of DuPage radio engineer charged with felony theft
    A former College of DuPage employee has been charged with stealing from the campus radio station in a scheme similar to one he pulled off four years ago at another local college. Retired radio engineer John Valenta was arrested Thursday after being...
  • College of DuPage was flagged about radio station 10 years before inquiry

    College of DuPage was flagged about radio station 10 years before inquiry
    A College of DuPage auditor raised a red flag about business dealings at the campus radio station in 2003, but the school continued those dealings until they became the focus of a criminal investigation some 10 years later, according to records obtained...
  • 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...
  • HOAs and HAM Radios: Will proposed Federal Legislation harm community associations?

    Blog sponsored by Becker & Poliakoff  Legislation was introduced in House of Representatives in 2014 that would allow homeowners or residents in HOA communities to have, install and operate towers and large antennas used in HAM radio broadcasting on...
  • Fred Armisen to host revamped Peabody Awards

    Fred Armisen to host revamped Peabody Awards
    At age 74, the Peabody Awards are getting a facelift via innovations to boost their profile, including host Fred Armisen and a red-carpet televised ceremony on May 31. "Armisen is not just a comedian but an inspired citizen whose singular take on life...
  • Rabbi pleads guilty to 52 counts of voyeurism

    Rabbi pleads guilty to 52 counts of voyeurism
    An Orthodox rabbi and Towson University associate professor admitted in court Thursday that he secretly videotaped dozens of women as they undressed for a ritual bath, using cameras hidden in a clock radio, a tissue box and a tabletop fan. Inside a...
  • ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley has its auction and the NIT tonight; plus Final Four games

    ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley has its auction and the NIT tonight; plus Final Four games
    ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley (AM 1230, 1320) has its auction tonight with six "experiences" at stake.  People can bid NOW on six fantastic experiences at http://www.espnlv.com/MiracleLeagueAuction.aspx    Or, people can call-in to bid during...
  • Love Story: Four Seasons Of Dating Led To Mount Royal

    Love Story: Four Seasons Of Dating Led To Mount Royal
    "Now I can start dating," 28-year-old Debbie Eisenberg said after hanging the last picture on the wall of her first house in 1994. She put a listing on the singles page of the Jewish Community Center newsletter and heard from 13 guys, none of whom sparked...
  • Bucknell expels three for racist radio broadcast

    Bucknell expels three for racist radio broadcast
    HARRISBURG (AP) — Bucknell University has expelled three students over a school radio broadcast in which they made racist comments and used a slur. University president John Bravman met with about 1,000 students and staff Tuesday, a day after...