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This is the place where you can discuss Pittsburgh radio and television of the past -- "Cordic & Company"..."Groovy QV"..."Party Line"..."Good night, good luck and good news tomorrow."....Action, Instant and Eyewitness News....Pork the Tork, the Daddy-O of the Rad-i-o...Paul Shannon's Adventure Time....Hank Stohl and Knish...."Bowling for Dollars."...."Chiller Theater"...."The New Sound of 13Q"..."Uncle Ed"..."Buzz and Bill"..."The Stereo Z"..."The Gunner" and "The Possum"..."Yoi" and "Double Yoi"...you pick the topic.
This is the place to reminisce, set up tape trades, recommend websites and publications and ask those "whatever happened to..." questions.
Whether you're talking about KDKA, Double-Double, WEEP, 96KX, WIIC, WTAE or ANY station or personality of the past, this is the place for the discussion.
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Be sure to check the links at the bottom of this page for more great Pittsburgh radio memories.
THIS WEEK'S PHOTO: This week marks a sad anniversary, the passing of Ed King on Nov. 18, 1971. Ed and his wife Wendy hosted "Party Line" on KDKA for almost 21 years. He was also a writer who produced a number of documentaries for KDKA over his long career. He wrote KDKA's 50th anniversary special in 1970. (posted 11/17/14).
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