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Date Posted: 17:23:12 07/16/13 Tue
Author: Oldies Dave
Subject: Music libraries

Do stations still have physical record libraries? I know what they play on the air comes off a hard drive but I'm wondering if they've saved CDs for a backup. I wouldn't think anyone still has shelves of vinyl.

I had a friend who interned at KDKA in the '70s and got to take a peek at their record library. It was quite a collection, LPs and 45s stacked on shelves from floor to ceiling.

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