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A special meeting place for
MEDIA AND ADVERTISING VETERANS!
LINKS! Here are some places that might be of interest to Arizona advertising/media folks.
Our old buddy, Phoenix radio sales guy, the late Monte Kobey, built the nation's #1 Swap Meet, in San Diego.
The Discography and biography of an old radio dee jay from Tucson, the late
Old disc jockeys and radio people think these are terrific:
R A Cambell's interesting website with a lot of great old broadcasting photos. Click here.
Want to find any newspaper, radio, or TV station?
CHIP JETT, Rated #1 Poker Player in the World. (Son of Arizona advertising legend and survivor member, Mac Jett)
HOUSE OF BROADCASTING. Arizona's museum of radio and TV. Jack Clifford donated $100,000 to see it get off the ground.
Here's another guy who had roots in Tucson, TRAVIS EDMONSON of the folk group Bud and Travis.
Claude Hall, retired Billboard Magazine writer knows everybody and everything about old time radio and disc jockeys. Give a look.
ENTERTAINERS WITH ARIZONA TIES:
MISCELLANY FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE.
FIND OUT EVERYTHING ABOUT EVERY TV SHOW EVER PRODUCED HERE: TV TOME.
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HIT MUSIC SURVEY
(Including AZ Stations)
Lee Joseph from Tucson, owner of Dionysus Records, has a great CD catalog including early AZ rock hits!
Kim Komando lives in,
and broadcasts from,