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Date Posted: 14:59:28 03/02/14 Sun
Author: Marky
Subject: With Porky's Passing, who is Pittsburgh's greatest living radio/broadcasting figure?

In recent years Pittsburgh has lost a great deal of legendary radio and TV broadcasters.

Porky Chedwick was way before my time but I do have an appreciation of his talents and a sense of what he meant to local broadcasting historically.

I think prior to today he would have been universally recognized as Pittsburgh's most beloved living radio and/or TV personality.

Who would you give that title to now?

Nominations?

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