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This is the guy that was in that picture. I can vouch that the transmitter that was there (and as far as I know IS STILL THERE and in service) is serial #2. No. 1 was the test bed at the factory in Quincy. That was driving a 6 tower parallelogram with 2 towers on day and all at night. 10kw day and 5...
- Fri Dec 30, 2016 3:35 pm
- Forum: From the Trenches
- Topic: Your Biggest On Air Screw up..
- Replies: 35
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Way back in 1977ish, I was at WCUB and then WKKB in Manitowoc, Wis. Cub was a daytimer at the time. I worked with 'Irving' our name for the Gates 'automation' that you could walk away from for about three hours max. I did that from signoff of WCUB to 2AM for WKKB. For those of you who remember patch...
- Thu Mar 31, 2016 4:17 pm
- Forum: Radio Automation Systems
- Topic: Rivendell Radio Automaiton
- Replies: 20
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I just put Rivendell on in Indianola, IA at KSTM. Perfect for a college station. Now if I could just get the students to read the book on how to use it. Right now, it is set up to make it's own playlist with no dayparting or music scheduling. Just a big clock with anything playing in the list at ran...