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Broadcasting Company and Trinity Broadcasting Corporation, it was sold to Gordon McLendon in 1954. McLendon added a couple of transmission towers in order to
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16, 1960. p. 102. Retrieved August 30, 2019. Garay, Ronald (1992). Gordon McLendon: The Maverick of Radio. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 130. Retrieved
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and offered a sports format. It was operated by "The Old Scotchman," Gordon McLendon, out of KLIF, Dallas, Texas. McLendon and Ted Husing handled all football
The Eye Creatures (1,607 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
just outside Dallas at Cielo, a ranch owned by wealthy businessman Gordon McLendon. Ashley was the only professional actor, with the rest of the cast
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Angeles market to buy, and a deal was reached with Dallas broadcaster Gordon McLendon to purchase KOST (103.5 FM) for $2.2 million. Wesley also decided against
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antenna kits". Winnipeg Free Press. July 8, 1967. p. 5. Ronald Garay, "Gordon McLendon: The Maverick of Radio". Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, p. 98. "Application
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invented in the US and today can be heard worldwide. Todd Storz and Gordon McLendon invented Top 40 radio. Bill Drake and Rick Sklar have had a lasting
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Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-507678-8. Garay, Ronald (1992). Gordon McLendon: The Maverick of Radio. New York, Westport, Conn., and London: Greenwood