WWUH RADIO HISTORY
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Stuart Werner said:   December 18, 2011 5:47 pm PST
This site is very nice. I miss WWUH very much. I miss everyone I spent time with at the station. The years there hold a warm place in my heart.

Tracy (Leuteritz) Thompson said:   December 18, 2011 2:42 pm PST
What a blast from the past!! Great to look through the "old" Pic.s. Got me curious so will have to go looking for mine and see what I dig up. Will scan and send if I can find any. Good job, I know this took lots of work and collaboration.

Kim Eaton Alsop said:   February 18, 2011 1:41 pm PST
Beautiful job John! It has been a lot of fun looking through it all!

Tom Bolan said:   February 13, 2011 7:50 am PST
What a great job Brandon! I particularly enjoyed hearing the memories and clips from the Synthesis program. I remember Andy Taylor and Reynolds Onderdonk coming over from RTC with their vast knowledge, passion and collections. I love hearing Reynolds and his son ripping up the studio. I recognized my voice introducing "Mid-Day Fuze" before Blotto's great promo. It was great to be a part of such dynamic community radio output. Wonderful memories, awesome radio, endearing people.

Thom Gomez said:   December 30, 2010 12:19 pm PST
In regards to question " When and how did Mort Fega join the staff? I happen to be program director when Mort Fega called looking to get on the air. After talking to him, seeing his resume it was an easy decision. I can't remember exactly it was late in 1975 or early 76 he joined WWUH. I do remember listening to his first few broadcasts and he was very impressive. The only flaw he had (LOL) in the beginning was mentioning " What a beautiful night in Phoenix" when it was Hartford area, however understandable since he work there for many years just prior to coming to WWUH. Anyway he returned east and introduced his style of jazz programming and was actively involved with jazz at a local clubs in Hartford.

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