It was the home of singers like Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis, Dean Martin and Tony Bennett. In addition, they would be afforded the opportunity to inspect the station facilities every Sunday morning after services. They approached the woman and offered to lease the property from her. You can also access daily Live+Seven Day results via the Final Ratings archives on this site. American servicemen were able to keep in touch with home through hourly English broadcasts, and thousands of telegrams and letters from such areas as the Phillippines, China and Samoe attested to the fact that the stations were widely listened to, and that they brought people in those countries a measure of hope needed to perserve. These screenshots were outstanding and were also debated. They became good friends, and Dumm became closely involved in the church organization.
This was a series of daily morning radio sermons delivered by the Rev. So what will be the signs of my change of purpose?. The result was a station where each of these three program elements complemented each other to the extent that it was sometimes hard to distinguish one from another. When it came time to raise the towers, it was found that the church property was too small to hold both of them. Newsmax is out with its list of the Top 50 most influential local talk radio programs for 2015. My special guest was Ann Coulter—she was my first radio talk radio interview. For better views of the photographs, see the Photo Archives section of this website.
He healed very quickly after that, and later went to the church to meet Phillips. And, the station's city of license was officially changed to San Francisco. The station was originally housed with its radio sister in the Mark Hopkins Hotel. Sadly they are a growing majority and they need to be reached and returned to wholeness. Initial plan for 2015 is to deploy our second pipeline and have two projects going at once with production time remaining the same. However, our online audience is the one that is mind-boggling.
The transmitter and antenna were located atop the hotel structure, at that time the highest building in downtown San Francisco. These folks do not represent an anomalous minority. Projects will commence immediately after release. This collection has been processed with generous financial support from the. An eleven-acre antenna complex adjoined the building. Her recollections of the day were riveting. It appears that with all the changes in ownership, material from different stations has been intermingled.
However, Congress would not appropriate the necessary funds to start the stations. He also brought a bright young morning disk jockey talent named Don Sherwood. This new three story television and radio complex was then hailed as the most modern broadcast facility in the nation. Additionally, the navigation has been simplified to allow visitors to quickly select their destination right from the dynamic menu. Use the links at the bottom of the page to browse pages. We can make this station of ours worthwhile.
The program dealt with the city of Oakland and the Oakland port. So let us put aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light. The answer is simple: I have been in mourning for my country and reevaluating my purpose. And, Wesley Dumm was forced to sell his interest in 1944, when the F. La Jolla, California, April 2, 1971. He proposed a station that would be owned and operated by the church, but would be non-sectarian in program content, providing top-quality general programs as a public service to the community.
You can also access daily Live+Three Day results via the Final Ratings archives on this site. I will only support candidates that have a consistent track record of integrity, and causes that align with my worldview. In 1946, the Voice of America moved its headquarters to New York, although the Delano and Dixon transmitting facilities continued to operate. Although incomplete, it remains a fascinating record of local music-related advertising in the 1960s and 70s. Eventually I would inherit hosting the very morning program on which I learned the details of that 9-11 attack.
Lasky capitalized on this by setting aside one room in the station's new 31st floor studios as a record audition room, the only one in the building. I was five minutes from home and on my way to work. The station broadcast fifteen-minute newscasts hourly, emphasizing the national and world news, along with in- depth reporting and feature stories. In the meantime I will continue to use my Twitter and Facebook accounts to highlight key political issues. I have been watching this for some time, and there is a field on the Pacific Coast for a station that will give something worthwhile. But they all need what I know to be true: that there is a God in Heaven who loves them, is for them, and can replace their emptiness with joy.
The station's special news coverage abilities were demonstrated by its broadcasts of the landing of Amelia Earhart in Oakland in 1934, the flights of Captains Ulm and Kingford-Smith, and the first Trans-Pacific Clipper flight. Disk jockeys were still not commonly in use at that time, and music was formally introduced by announcers reading prepared scripts. And his dream compels us to consider how we can cross similar boundaries that exist between ourselves and others. The host, Lee Rodgers, suspected terrorism. This was timed to coincide with the opening of the eight-story hotel and bus terminal at Fifth and Mission Streets. Amateur radio operators, through the American Radio Relay League, spread the word to radio buffs the world over. Then the entire congregation responded.
After all, he reasoned, if there's a benefit in being on the air an hour a day, the benefit for ten hours would be much greater. Roosevelt closed all of the banks in the United States following his inauguration. He brought with him a new sound he had been developing there, the personality format, which he had based upon a successful Los Angeles station. Finally, in 1928, a lease agreement was signed with the Pickwick Stages, a growing bus line that was building a chain of hotels across the nation and was also interested in building a chain of radio stations. A staff of hundreds of English and foreign announcers, translators, censors and other program and management personnel operated three networks simultaneously, broadcasting to the Far East, the North and South Pacific and South America on an around-the clock basis. As researched by Barry Mishkind, 1993-94.