Photo Of The Week Archives
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08.23.16

CBS Radio Cleveland's Dog Paddle & Pet-A-Palooza

The event will be held Sunday, Aug. 28 from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. at Cleveland Metroparks. A donation of $5 per dog is requested, with all proceeds benefitting the Medina County Society for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty and the Cleveland Animal Protective League.

08.17.16

Westwood One in Rio

It’s not exactly swaying to a bossa nova or sunning on Ipanema or Copacabana beaches but Westwood One announcer Ted Emrich, in the booth, and coordinating producer Mike Eaby, in the control room editing programming, are doing their duty creating Westwood One’s radio coverage of the Olympic Games in Rio. What they do outside the studios stays in Rio …

07.28.16

LPFM in the City of Brotherly Love

FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn tweeted, “Visiting @PhillyCAM’s new LPFM station WPPM, 106.5 FM.” Radio World readers learned last year about plans for this station in our eBook “LPFM on Fire.”

07.22.16

Rather on Radio in Cleveland

Engineer Jim Davison send us this picture of Dan Rather on “The Michael Smerconish Show” which was airing from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during the Republican convention in Cleveland.

07.15.16

Don’t Forget Me

An old transmitter, or at least its cabinet, was left behind when a new transmitter shack was built for a station. This picture is from Robbie Green, radio photographer extraordinaire.

07.01.16

Time Has Come Today

Some groups go to Las Vegas, Orlando or a big city for their annual meeting. Such locations provide fringe benefits for the off hours. But the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers held its annual meeting recently in Estes Park, Colo. One of its activities was a “field trip” to tour the WWV and WWVB facilities near Fort Collins, Colo. That’s the home of the atomic clock that keeps us all on-time. Here, some of the group poses near the front gate of the facility.

As they say, what happens in Ft. Collins, stays in Ft. Collins …

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