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by David Carroll

eBook Chattanooga Radio and Television (Images of America) ePub
Author: David Carroll
Language: English
ISBN: 0738586854
ISBN13: 978-0738586854
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (January 31, 2011)
Pages: 128
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 577
Formats: azw docx lit mobi
ePub file: 1657 kb
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Chattanooga Radio and Television (Images of America) Paperback – January 31, 2011. David Carroll grew up as a fan of these broadcasters and was fortunate enough to become a friend and colleague to many of them.

Chattanooga Radio and Television (Images of America) Paperback – January 31, 2011. by. David Carroll (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. A Chattanooga radio and television personality since 1975, Carroll’s career highlights include a stint at AM top 40 radio giant WFLI, being the first voice on FM rock station KZ-106, hosting The Morning Show on WDEF-TV for four years, and anchoring the evening news on WRCB-TV since 1987.

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David Carroll grew up surrounded by the sights and sounds of Chattanooga broadcasting. His earliest memories include learning to tell time by watching Miss Marcia on TV’s Fun Time, wishing he could sit on Rebel and throw for a silver dollar on the Bob Brandy Show, and being mesmerized by the deep voice of Mort Lloyd delivering the evening news. With the help of numerous contributors, David has assembled the first definitive collection of stories and photographs about the city’s broadcast pioneers, and those who have followed.

A Chattanooga radio and television personality since 1975, Carroll's career highlights include a stint at AM top 40 radio giant WFLI, being the first voice on FM rock station KZ-106, hosting The Morning Show on WDEF-TV for four years, and anchoring the evening news on WRCB-TV since 1987. His friendships with hundreds of local radio and television personalities bring their stories to life, providing an informative entertaining look at Chattanooga's broadcast history. Related Titles ~. Georgia. Augusta's WGAC Radio: The Voice of the Garden City for Seventy Years.

Television sets in America are turned on in much the same way and for the same reasons that radios are, as background music and noise. Life does not stop in either case. Many morning and daytime programs are only viewed intermittently, while other things are going on and demand one's attention. The television set is only watched!,, in other words, when something interesting is heard.

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Radio was used to transmit pictures visible as television as early as the 1920s. They are used as a teaching tool by groups such as the Boy Scouts of America to introduce youngsters to electronics and radio. Commercial television transmissions started in North America and Europe in the 1940s. In 1947 AT&T commercialized the Mobile Telephone Service. From its start in St. Louis in 1946, AT&T then introduced Mobile Telephone Service to one hundred towns and highway corridors by 1948.

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To those born and raised in Chattanooga, certain names bring a smile to their faces: Miss Marcia, Bob Brandy, Mort Lloyd, Dr. Shock, and, of course, “Luther.” These are among the icons of Chattanooga broadcasting. They are the faces and voices that awakened Chattanoogans each morning, delivered the news, or made them laugh. Ever since two high school pals put the city’s first radio station on the air in 1925, Chattanooga has been blessed with an abundance of memorable personalities. Some passed through on their way to national fame, while others have made Chattanooga their home for more than half a century.
Nikohn
Excellent photo history of Chattanooga broadcasting. From Luther, to Miss Marcia, to Bob Brandy, and the current-day personalities, this book is full of memories and facts. If you grew up in Chattanooga during the 3-channel era, this book is a must-have. And for younger readers, it's a great look back at how local broadcasting has evolved in the past 90 years.
Hono
A lot of these folks pre-date my birth but there also were lots who I remember from childhood. I was on the Bob Brandy show and got to through the football from Rebe's back. No one started their day, especially those with kids in school, without Luther.
Weernis
Seller was excellent in shipping and this book is really good, if you live in or from Chattanooga TN, you will recognize a lot of people in it and the stories are great. Highly Recommend
felt boot
Born and raised in Chattanooga,and rossville this book brought back great memories. Thank you David Carroll ,I hope you write another book soon.thanks again .
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