This volume captures the radio scene during the 1970s and 1980s, chronicling how a small FM rock station, WMMS, became the top-rated station in Northeast Ohio and made Cleveland one of the most important radio markets in the world. It includes interviews with radio legends.You were nobody at WMMS until your car was driven out the gate of the guarded lot, and everybody had their car stolen ... One night I went out, and my car was gone. ... He got a note the next day composed of letters cut from a magazine that said, aquot;I took your car and Ia#39;m proud of it! ... However, WNCRa#39;s crew did a lot more public service as Peoplea#39;s Radio than just about any other station in town, maybe anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Kent State University Press - 2003|