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  • Contributor is exactly "Hannah Moore"

1948-Ben Franklin inside WJLD Bess Sup Hwy .jpg
Another interview with Ben Franklin (b. Mar 12, 1919, d. May 10, 1998) on his radio career

1948-Ben Franklin inside WJLD Bess Sup Hwy .jpg
Engineer Ben Franklin continues in this November 4th, 1993 interview recounting his stories of early Birmingham radio.

1948-Ben Franklin inside WJLD Bess Sup Hwy .jpg
Engineer Ben Franklin (Ben) continues in this November 4th, 1993 interview recounting his stories of early Birmingham radio.

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David Shears, WBCO Announcer known as Doc B. At WBCO from 1951 to 1954.

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Roy Wood, pioneer in the field of Black radio, founder National Black Network, Master of Arts in Communications from Columbia University. Roy shares in great detail his own development in the field of radio.

1950-Ben Alexander - WEDR   cropped.jpg
Ben Alexander (b. Sept, 1927), an early arrival at WEDR 1220 AM, Birmingham, Ben spent from the end of 1949 to October of 1950 at the station and recalls personnel and personalities of the time. He became a Lt. Colonel in the army and retired to…

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Lora Gary (b. Jan 6, 1927, d. Mar 26, 2010) remembers the 1950’s and her time at WBCO and later WJLD, where she had a noon jazz show.
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