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Nice Internet Radio photos

A few nice internet radio images I found:

Logotastic!

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An internet radio station came to the tool crib and did interviews. Because it is streamed via webcam too, DeWalt wanted their logo in the background. It seems unfair to me, but Extreme Makeover Home Edition did not allow the DeWalt logo to be filmed even though they’d supplied 0,000 worth of tools.

Guest Room 2

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Take it easy in the downstairs guest room with a a wifi enabled 40" Sony with ski reports, internet radio and a private bathroom.

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Nice Live Radio photos

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Seven Second Delay – Live @ The UCB Theater – 11/16/11

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Seven Second Delay – 11/16/11 – UCB Theater

WPHT Salutes the Troops

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TREVOSE, Pa. — Philadelphia talk radio station 1210 AM WPHT, known as ‘The Big Talker,’ organized an event on Feb. 20, 2012, to salute veterans, specifically those who have served since Sept. 11, 2001. Some 20 Pennsylvania National Guard members from four units were on hand to represent the 19,000 soldiers and airmen in the state Guard who have deployed more than 25,000 times since 9/11. Hundreds of local citizens, veterans, and representatives from military service organizations were on hand to join in the salute and live radio broadcast. (Pennsylvania National Guard photo by Sgt. Matt Jones/released)

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Nice Broadcast photos

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HIGNFY on-screen hashtag
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Broadcast: Thursday 14th October 2010

OB Truck backside
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Broadcast Tower Looms over Regent’s Park, London
broadcast
Image by Mike Procario

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Nice Radio Station photos

A few nice radio station images I found:

Image from page 91 of “Amateur radio : how and why of wireless with complete instructions on operation of receiving outfits” (1922)

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Title: Amateur radio : how and why of wireless with complete instructions on operation of receiving outfits
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Grainger, Maurice J
Subjects: Radio Amateur radio stations
Publisher: New York : James A. McCann
Contributing Library: University of Connecticut Libraries
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Modern Amateur Antenna Installation. WTrefaxz

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Overhead View of Same. AMATEUR RADIO 71 tion of radio signals, especially music orspeech. There are numerous types of aerials whichmay be used for receiving purposes. Thebest types for the amateur will be eitherthe straight-away inverted L type or thestraight-away T type. These aerials re-ceive their name from the method of connec-tion of the lead in wire. In the invertedL type the lead-in is connected from theend of the aerial while in the T type thelead-in wire is taken from the center of aerial.The inverted L type is generally employedand is the better for receiving. The aerial may consist of any number ofwires. While a one-wire^ aerial will give ex-cellent results in receiving, an aerial consistingof two or four wires has greater capacity andis to be preferred. If it is desired to receivefrom short wave-length stations, we wouldsuggest that aerial be not more than 100 feetin length. Another important feature in connectionwith the antenna is the lightning ground con-nection. All an

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Snake on the lake

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I went to check out the official anniversary party and unveiling of the new studio digs for Madison’s own student radio station, WSUM 91.7FM – and boy do they have a nice new space. Read more about it here.

I miss having a radio show. I may have to rectify that situation this summer….

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Nice Live Radio photos

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Seven Second Delay – Live @ The UCB Theater – 3/23/11

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Chef Mike Colameco on Seven Second Delay – 3/23/11 – UCB Theater

Seven Second Delay – Live @ The UCB Theater – 7/13/11

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Seven Second Delay – 7/13/11 – UCB Theater

Seven Second Delay – Live @ The UCB Theater 8/8/12

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Baratunde Thurston on Seven Second Delay – 8/8/12 – UCB Theater 7sd-1554

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Nice Broadcast photos

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D-2 tape vers. DAT audio tape
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Danmarks Radios arkiv af DRs Kulturarvsprojekt / The archive of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation

Photos are to use for non-commercial purposes, but must be credited "DRs Kulturarvsprojekt"

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Nice Live Radio photos

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Seven Second Delay – Live @ The UCB Theater – 7/27/11

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David Wain on Seven Second Delay – 7/27/11 – UCB Theater

It’s a Wonderful Life : A Live Radio Play – Camp Humphreys, South Korea – 11 December 2014

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-U.S. Army photos by Terese Toennies.

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It’s a Wonderful Life : A Live Radio Play – Camp Humphreys, South Korea – 11 December 2014

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Click here to learn more about Camp Humphreys
-U.S. Army photos by Terese Toennies.

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Nice Radio Station photos

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Discussing Maze and Crosswords about Corruption

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The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK, Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi) made public event, talkshow about corruption, in some malls. One of them was held in Bandung Indah Plaza, organized with local radio station and university students.

Miles City Star Building

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The Miles City Star Building, 818 Main Street, Miles City, Montana. Home of the "Miles City Star" newspaper, the Miles City Star Printing and Office Supply Store, and KATL 770AM Radio.

Before the "Star" was located in this building "Coast to Coast / Steadman’s Ace Hardware / Radio Shack" was located in this building. This building replaced the original "Coast to Coast" store which burned down in the early 1990’s (I think). The original "Coast to Coast" building housed "Reynold’s Grocery" before it became "Coast to Coast Hardware".

Christine1

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This is one of a series of snapshots chronicling the transformation of my 1961 Cadillac into the the WJUL Mobile Unit (aka "Christine").

I originally purchased this automobile in 1982 for 0 in California, just before my tour was up in the Marine Corps.

While attending the University of Lowell (Massachusetts), and as a member of the student-operated radio station (WJUL), it was decided that the car could be turned into a rolling version of the station’s bumper-sticker, just in time for the University’s "Spring Fling." The car was painted in exterior latex paint, with brushes and rollers, in the Cumnock Hall quadrangle. The station call-letters were hand-painted in the driveway of a fellow station member.

Sadly, the car met an inglorious end, left abandoned several years later in a storage facility in Tewksbury, MA

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NYC – Greenwich Village: Electric Lady Studios

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Designed by De Stijl member and Juliard’s then theater director, Frederick Kiesler, 52 West 8th Street’s first occupant was the Film Guild Cinema, which opened in 1929. Shortly after, Rudy Valley’s country-western nightclub, the Village Barn, opened in the basement where it honky-tonked for 30-plus years. Hans Hoffman, father of the "push pull" color theory and abstract expressionism, lived, painted and taught here from 1938 to 1958.

When The Generation Club, which replaced the Village Barn closed in 1968, Jimi Hendrix and his manager, Mike Jeffrey, bought the space for k with the intention of turning it into a club of their own. His accountant, however, convinced him that owning a studio would be more fiscally sound–predating the Beatles’ Abbey Road in an era when label owned and operated studios were the norm. Hendrix commissioned an upstart out of Princeton, John Storyk to architect the studio with the instructions for "soft", "curvaceous" and wherever possible "no right angles." Storyk would go one to develop over 2,000 studios, radio stations, clubs and theaters.

Construction lasted nearly twice as long and cost twice as much as expected, but Hendrix didn’t wait to start tracking recordings. Nearly 30 songs were recorded prior during this time, including most of "First Rays of the New Rising Sun" and hours of jams with Steve Winwood and Chris Wood of Traffic. Electric Lady Studios officially opened on August 26, 1970. That same night, Jimi left for England to play the Isle Wright Festival and only thirteen days later, was pronounced dead at the age of 27.

Under Director of Engineering, Eddie Kramer, Electric Lady would go on to be one of the premier recording spots of the early 70’s with artists like Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Curtis Mayfield, David Bowie, John Lennon, Peter Frampton, Diane Warwick, Carley Simon, Kiss, Billy Coham, and Lena Horne taking up residence.

In the 1970’s, the 8th Street Playhouse took over the space upstairs, dedicated to independent film like its predecessor. It became the first true "screening" theater…no curtains or stage, just a screen. It also became the first theater to offer a midnight film seven days a week. By its closing in 1992, it was perhaps most famous for its 15 year-run of twice-weekly midnight screenings of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Today the space is divided between indepndent video rental store, TLA Video, and off-Broadway theater, The Independent. TLA stands for the Theater of Living Arts and was founded by Andre Gregory of My Dinner with Andre.

Electric Lady Studios continues to prosper as Manhattan’s oldest existing recording facility. The client list has grown more impressive with each passing year. A laundry list of those to lay tracks includes the White Stripes, Radiohead, U2, Lou Reed, Michael Jackson, Guns N’ Roses, Mariah Carey, Prince, Madonna, Santana, Eric Clapton, Al Green, Jay-Z, Frank Zappa, The Notorious B.I.G., Bjork, Placido Domingo, Whitney Houston, The Beastie Boys, Bjork, Aretha Franklin, The Roots, Weezer, Common, AC/DC, Alicia Keys, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Al Green, the Dave Matthews Band, and Placido Domingo.

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Historic Marconi and RCA Wireless Maritime Radio station within the Point Reyes National Seashore. California. July 2014.

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