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Jim Willie: Died Suddenly, Everything is Breaking and Sheep – The Goddard Report

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Jim Goddard welcomes Jim Willie who's got lots to say about What's Going on behind the scenes

Radio Mans fave with Bad Company

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Bad Company are an English rock supergroup that was formed in 1973 by singer Paul Rodgers, guitarist Mick Ralphs, drummer Simon Kirke and bassist Boz Burrell.[1] Peter Grant, who managed the rock band Led Zeppelin, also managed Bad Company until 1982.

Friday in Broadcast History .. December 2nd

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Born this date were Britney Spears, Nelly Furtado, Lucy Liu, Cathy Lee Crosby, Ray Walston and Hy Gardner. ‘The Adventures of Charlie Chan’ debuted on radio’s NBC Blue network; Don Imus brought his shock-jock radio schtick from Cleveland to New York’s WNBC; Jungle Jay Nelson (pictured) did his first morning show on Toronto’s CHUM radio; NBC-TV’s ‘This is Your Life’ surprised their subject of the week Bobby Darin; after nearly half a century the amazing Alan Waters stepped down as head of CHUM broadcasting; and Brian Williams took over the anchor chair at NBC’s Nightly News. Celebrity deaths include folksinger Odetta, actors Robert Cummings and Desi Arnaz, jazz star Bob Haggart, actresses Gail Fisher and Roxie Roker, as well as Canada’s Fifi D’Orsay and broadcast magnate Ted Rogers Jr. Details and ALL the milestones for Dec. 2nd INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Thursday Night News with the News behind the News and Much...

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The Storm Has Been Initiated, [DS] Reports A Storm Is Approaching, Buckle Up – X22 Report

Wendy Mesley: Freedom 65 – Sound Off Podcast

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If you're a Canadian audience member who's tuned in to a CBC News broadcast anytime in the last 20 or so years, this week's guest should look very familiar. We're joined by Wendy Mesley, the longtime Sunday host of CBC's The National, among several other shows in CBC's repertoire.

Radio Mans fave with Fleetwood Mac and Christine McVie

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Christine Anne McVie (née Perfect; 12 July 1943 – 30 November 2022)[1][2][3][4] was an English musician, and the vocalist[5] and keyboardist of Fleetwood Mac, which she joined in 1970.

Thursday in Broadcast History .. December 1st

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actress Mary Martin, perhaps best known today as the mother of the late Larry Hagman, was born. She starred in the three productions of Peter Pan in the mid fifties. Gene Autry began his long association with radio by singing on WLS Chicago for $35 a week. On this day in 1944, Vancouver’s CKWX AM 980 became the first station in Western Canada to join a U.S. network, the Mutual-Don Lee Broadcasting System.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Wednesday News with the News behind the News and Much More…

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FBI & Now Twitter Involved In Manipulating The Elections, [DS] Election Rigging Exposed – X22 Report

Nolte: CNN Formally Announces ‘Hundreds’ Of Christmas Season Layoffs

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The reckoning has arrived at far-left CNN with the formal announcement of “hundreds” of layoffs.

Christine McVie, Keyboardist and Singer for Fleetwood Mac, Dead at 79

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Christine McVie, the longtime co-lead vocalist, keyboardist, and songwriter for Fleetwood Mac, died Wednesday, Nov. 30, at the age of 79. A cause of death was not available, but McVie’s family said she died at a hospital “following a short illness.”

Radio Mans fave with Jefferson Airplane

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Jefferson Airplane was an American rock band based in San Francisco, California, that became one of the pioneering bands of psychedelic rock.

Wednesday in Broadcast History .. November 30th

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It’s a date that brought us a wealth of talent, Dick Clark, Richard Crenna, Ben Stiller, Colin Mochrie, Mandy Patinkin, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Brownie McGhee, Kaley Cuoco, Allan Sherman and Johnny Horton. CBS-TV first used videotape for the West Coast delayed airing of the Evening News; after 74 straight wins Ken Jennings lost on ‘Jeopardy’; Eric Sevareid retired from CBS News; the critically-acclaimed ‘Brian’s Song’ (pictured) was the Movie of the Week on ABC; David Bowie dueted with Bing Crosby on CBS-TV on a Christmas special taped before Crosby’s death 6 weeks earlier; and Whistler BC got its own FM station, CISQ debuting at 104.9. Taking a final bow were Evel Knievel, Pierre Berton, Tiny Tim, and the Phillip Morris poster boy, Johnny Roventini. ALL the milestones for Nov. 30th INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Tuesday Night News with the News behind the News and Much...

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Elon:“This Is A Battle For The Future Of Civilization”,There Is No Other Way,Info Warfare – X22 Report

Active Rock Radio’s Music by the Numbers with Pat Holiday

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We go through the Music Universes of the Top Active Rock radio stations in the U.S., and talk about what they do and play.

Radio Mans fave with John Mellencamp

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Mellencamp rose to fame in the 1980s while "honing an almost startlingly plainspoken writing style" that, starting in 1982, yielded a string of Top 10 singles

Tuesday in Broadcast History .. November 29th

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Many celebrities were born this date including Vin Scully, Howie Mandel, Don Cheadle, Diane Ladd, Garry Shandling, Merle Travis, Dagmar, Tom Sizemore, Denny Doherty, and TV newsman Frank Reynolds. NBC radio began using the 3-note chimes; the early radio crime show ‘Calling All Cars’ debuted on the CBS West Coast network; the Chicago puppet show ‘Kukla Fran & Ollie’ (pictured) moved to the NBC-TV network; the Metropolitan Opera was first televised on WJZ-TV; for the first time the ‘Grammy Awards’ made it to TV; and PBS televised a taped concert honoring Bruce Springsteen. Obits for Nov. 29th include Natalie Wood, George Harrison, Gene Rayburn, Ray Smith and Godfrey Cambridge. Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Monday Night News with the News behind the News and Much...

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Evidence Already In, The [DS] Got Caught, It’s Perfectly Documented For All To See

Our friend Drex suffered a heart attack. His plans are to return to the...

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Puget Sound Radio read the news on the Jack 96.9 Facebook page that our friend from down-under, Justin "Drex" Wilcomes was struck with a heart attack last night.

Radio Mans fave with The Eagles

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the Eagles were one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970s in North America

Monday in Broadcast History .. November 28th

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Happy birthday to Jon Stewart, Paul Schaeffer, Randy Newman, Ed Harris, S. Epatha Merkerson and Berry Gordy Jr. It’s the date William Boyd brought his ‘Hopalong Cassidy’ movies to TV; when the Grand Ole Opry debuted on WSM Nashville as ‘The WSM Barn Dance’; the 200th Andy Griffith Show aired on CBS-TV; a few years later CBS broadcast the last live TV soap operas before tape took over; and Phil Donahue (pictured) moved his TV talk show from Chicago to New York. This was the date we lost entertainment giants Garry Moore and Leslie Nielsen. ALL the milestones for Nov. 28th INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Sunday Night News with the News behind the News and Much...

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The Economic Pain Is Hitting The People, Trump Ready To Step In – X22 Report

Digital Radio Station Set To Launch In Delta with Long Time Radio Man Allan...

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"Radio Innovator launches first Digital ALL Podcast Radio Station in Canada"

Radio Mans fave with Bruce Hornsby

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Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist. His music draws from folk rock, jazz, bluegrass, folk, Southern rock, country rock, jam band, rock, heartland rock, and blues rock musical traditions.[1][2]

Sunday in Broadcast History.. November 27th

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It’s the date of birth of pioneer sportscaster Ted Husing ,, Chick Hearn of the LA Lakers, the music world’s Jimi Hendrix, Jack Kane and Eddie Rabbitt, Howdy Doody’s ‘Buffalo Bob’ Smith, and Bill Nye the Science Guy. Robert O Smith, (Pictured) Radio’s drama anthology ‘First Nighter’ debuted on NBC; CBS Radio cancelled ‘Have Gun Will Travel’; singer Frankie Avalon guest starred on ABC-TV’s ‘It Takes a Thief’; the same network introduced us to a young Tom Hanks in episode one of ‘Bosom Buddies,’ while episode 200 of ‘The Waltons’ aired on CBS-TV. Bowing out Nov. 27th were actor John Carradine, and singers Joe Jones and Al Alberts. Details and ALL the milestones for the date INSID

Irene Cara, Oscar-Winning ‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ Singer, Dies at 63 – Irene was Jabbed!!!

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Cara first came to prominence playing Coco Hernandez, a student at the High School of Performing Arts, which is now known as Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, with ambitions of becoming a star.

Stew Peters Presents World Premiere: Died Suddenly

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A Stew Peters Presentation 

A witch hunt against honest independent media outlets in Canada has been set in...

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Liberals are now saying that online news services don’t report the news. 

Radio Mans fave with The Doobie Brothers

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The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band formed in 1970 in San Jose, California, known for their flexibility in performing across numerous genres and their vocal harmonies. Active for five decades, with their greatest success in the 1970s

Saturday in Broadcast History .. November 26th

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It’s the date that brought us Rich Little, Robert Goulet, Ernie Coombs, Tina Turner, Charles Schulz (‘Peanuts’ cartoonist), and Eric Sevareid of CBS News. The CRTC introduced ‘simultaneous substitution’ of US programming to Canadian cable systems; NBC premiered a 30-minute ‘Price is Right’ game show hosted by Bill Cullen; the CBC televised the Grey Cup Game for the first time; Elton John (pictured) guested on FOX-TV’s ‘Ally McBeal’; and ABC telecast the TV special ‘Paul McCartney: Good Evening New York.’ Details and ALL the Nov. 26th milestones INSIDE.

PSR’s 6 o’clock Friday Night News with the News behind the News and Much...

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Official Secrets Ready To Be Revealed, [DS] Moves To Blackout The Information