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Bristol Beat Radio, It’s About The Community

There’s a new Connecticut local radio station in Bristol, Connecticut that will serve the community. “The Beat,” Bristol’s Rock Mix online radio station is streaming live online 24-7. An app for the station is now in the testing phase. This is the brainchild of Steve Gagne (Gag-Knee), a hometown boy and U.S. Marine who served our Read more…

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The Vintage Hi-Fi Museum Is Opening!

The Vintage Hi-Fi Museum is a reality and you are invited to the Grand Opening in West Hartford, CT. Don’t worry if you cannot make the Grand Opening of The Vintage Hi-Fi Museum in West Hartford in two weeks; we will open on Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm or by appointment. Please be patient with Read more…

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Hartford Radio

If you’ve spent a life time in radio and television broadcasting like I have, or have been a listener or viewer in Connecticut, you’ll get a kick out of this book. Book Description: Radio broadcasting has been an integral part of the history of Hartford since the early part of the 20th century. WDRC was Read more…

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Vintage Radio and Hi-Fi Repair In Connecticut

  Well here you go. If you have a vintage radio or record player in the house like I do from generations gone by, and it doesn’t work ,here’s your repair guy in Connecticut. He’s in Windsor.  Mike Urban knows his way around vintage sound. His company is called Urban Antique Radio & Vintage Hi-Fi. I Read more…

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The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut

Well this is a love! After spending most of my life in television news, I could live here…the history of communcations under one room at The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut. Take a look at the vintage photos they are featuring on their Facebook Page. The museum is located in Windsor, Connecticut.  

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Davey Love Does Radio His Way

Davie Love does radio his way, his style, on the internet. He has a three shows going some on the “irreverent” side, not my cup of tea at all, but one is more mainstream. He interviews a lot of musical guests on his Route 1 Radio Show (Route 1 is for Route 1 in Connecticut, Read more…

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“It’s A Wonderful Life”~ A Live Radio Play

It’s pretty much Christmas year ’round for Bridgeport, Connecticut playwright, Joe Landry. Around the actual holidays things really get ramped up thanks to a play he wrote some twenty years ago. Joe and his two siblings grew up in a household where the arts were favored. Joe’s Dad is an artist and his Mom loved Read more…

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What Does A Smart, Contemporary New News Show Look Like?

On January 14th, 1952, NBC went on the air with a new show called “TODAY” hoping it might work. It’s now June of 2010, it’s still on the air. The initial show with host Dave Garroway was open and honest about taking viewers on a journey as new broadcasting tools began to emerge. We are Read more…

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