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Date Posted: 21:27:55 03/02/14 Sun
Author: Garage Rocker
Subject: Re: With Porky's Passing, who is Pittsburgh's greatest living radio/broadcasting figure?
In reply to: Marky 's message, "With Porky's Passing, who is Pittsburgh's greatest living radio/broadcasting figure?" on 14:59:28 03/02/14 Sun

I'd have to say "Chilly" Bill Cardille. He's the only one I can think of who dominated both radio and TV for a long time. And, I think he's the only Pittsburgh personality still living who was almost universally liked. Some folks like Bogut, some dislike Bogut. But I don't know anyone who really dislikes Cardille.

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