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Date Posted: 07:10:55 07/06/14 Sun
Author: O'Really
Subject: Re: Pittsburgh's Non-meterological Weather Forecasters
In reply to: Terry 's message, "Re: Pittsburgh's Non-meterological Weather Forecasters" on 04:01:50 07/06/14 Sun

It was a set in the studio with just a small section of a bar and window so it looked like the announcer was sitting a the end of a bar in a pub. Just him on a stool with a newspaper and a bottle/glass of beer on the counter. I believe it was on the old KDKA. I think it was supposed to have been George Eisenhower who got a bit tippsy. Might be an 'urban legend", but I recall seeing the show when I was young
Wasn't Bill Burns sponsored by a beer as well. I recall seeing a beer poured each night on live tv.

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