Harrisburg Broadcasting (Arcadia Publishing)


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Experience (or relive) Harrisburg’s long and diverse broadcasting history, from its first radio station in 1922 — owned by the state police — to its foray into television in the 1950s and its successful Top 40 stations. This book tells the story of the city’s stations and the personalities that went with them, including Dick Redmond, Ed K. Smith, Ron Drake, Mac McCauley, Pete Wamback and Mike Ross.

128 pages with 200 black-and-white photos. Available in paperback only.

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Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 9.25 × 6.5 × 1 in