Radio industry and trade

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Recounts memories of working at WHAS-Radio in Louisville, Ky. from 1964-1997. Baysinger recalls his first day of work, the Bingham family, and describes the design of studios and the duties of the job.
Recounts memories of working at WHAS-Radio in Louisville, Ky. from 1959-1984 and 2000-2012. Baysinger talks of his experiences with WHAS under the Bingham's ownership and then later of Clear Channel. Describes meeting Louis Coleman Jr. and getting his assistance in providing equal opportunity employment for the station.
Recounts memories of working at WHAS-Radio in Louisville, Ky. from 1976-1980. Burbank describes his experiences being an rock & roll DJ, how and why he left, as well as the people he worked with and characters used on his program "Snow Sharks."
Joe Donovan starts the interview by talking about his first job in radio, at KLOV in Loveland, Colorado. Donovan later left KLOV and started working at KOA in 1968. Donovan then discusses how he came to be hired at WHAS by Hugh Barr in 1977. Donovan discusses his relationship with his coworkers, like Jack Fox and Larry Baysinger, and his relationship with the Bingham family. Throughout the interview; Donovan discusses his massive record collection, and his shows, Rock and Roll Revival and Cruising.
Elliott recounts his time at WHAS radio.
Skip Essick starts by discussing his first job in radio in Lima, Ohio, during the late 1960s. Essick then discusses how he got the job of program director at the WHAS in 1989 after the position was left open by Denny Nugent's departure from WHAS. Essick talks about the friends he made at WHAS during his six year stay, like Mark Thomas, Charlie Strickand, and Bob Sheer. Essick finishes the interview by recounting his various passions at WHAS, from the engineering department to the sports department.
Neta Evans starts the the interview by explaining how she first got involved with the Courier-Journal in 1963 by working as a secretary to Bingham Jr. Evans explains that after the Courier-Journal was sold in 1963, she went to work as a personal assistant to Bingham Jr. Throughout the interview, Evans talks about her contact with the WHAS staff, specifically Milton Metz and Brench Boden. Evans spend the remainder of the interview discussing the aftermath of the death of Worth Bingham, and the large amount of contact she had with the WHAS afterwards, until its sale.
Jack Fox starts the interview by explaining how he got interested in radio, first joining WMCW in 1960. After a few years of moving around different stations, Fox joined WHAS in 1973 as an announcer. Early in the interview, Fox takes time to remember the announcers who worked when he joined, announcers such as Wayne Perkey, Milton Metz, Jerry David Malloy, and Jeff Douglas. Throughout the interview, Fox reminisces on how different the programming of WHAS was when he was employed there. In the later parts of the interview, Fox also speaks a little about the Bingham family, and the sale of the station to Clear Channel.
Recounts memories of working at WHAS-Radio in Louisville, Ky.
Recounts memories of working at WHAS-Radio in Louisville, Ky. from 1990-2001. Kirkland was the youngest employee hired at the station. His career moved from being the weekend board operator to Assistant Director of Operations for WHAS. He discusses Clear Channel's merger with Jacor.