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Substantial numbers of jurors, judges, and prosecutors appear predisposed to believe that single mothers, in particular, are highly sexualized beings, whose behavior must be closely scrutinized for evidence that lust overcame their maternal instincts. More than three quarters of children under eight living with single mothers are poor; two-thirds of these families receive no child support from the father.

Poor children are seven times as likely to be abused as those who live in middle-class and wealthier homes, and it is often the single mother who is blamed, both for the abuse and even for the poverty itself. In contrast, consider how easily corporations have escaped responsibility for the harm they have caused children. Corporate defense attorneys have traded on our unrealistic expectations of mothers, deflecting blame away from their clients.

In a leading commentary on childhood lead poisoning litigation, Daniel J. The federal government banned lead in paint in , yet four decades later, children are poisoned by lead poisoning, condemned to struggle in school and in the job market. A landmark Wisconsin case, Thomas v. Mallett , involved Steven Thomas, a toddler who was severely injured by exposure to toxic levels of lead in the paint of his dilapidated home. Amid serious, documented injury caused by lead-containing products, not one American lead paint manufacturer has been held liable for harms like these.

California is the only state in which manufacturers have been held responsible for cleaning up the public nuisance created by decades of marketing paints they knew to be toxic to children, and that appellate court ruling has been submitted for Supreme Court review.

Poor children are much more likely than their wealthier peers to live in substandard, toxic housing, and to lack nutritious food, safe places to play, and quality health care.

The result is more physical and mental illness, lower academic achievement, and shorter lifespans. We must educate the public, health care professionals, and legal players about the power and dangers of unconscious stereotyping, and we must seek legal change. The law must actively constrain the exercise of discretion by police and prosecutors, to narrow broadly worded statutes to limit the opportunities for overzealous charging, and provide robust judicial review of charging decisions and convictions.

Further, rather than responding to realized harms with criminal charges after the harms have occurred, government should act prophylactically, identifying and intervening when children and families are at risk for environmental harm, domestic violence, and other health problems. Girls and women need high quality health care if we are to promote healthy pregnancies and minimize the risks of preterm birth, and there are plenty of proven programs, like the Nurse-Family Partnership, that could be effectively expanded to provide health education and support to mothers.

Because the perfect mother is a myth, strong social safety nets and precautionary legal interventions can and should help safeguard children.

The day feels put together hastily like a gift for grateful beggars being better than no time at all but the bells are ringing in cities I have never visited and my name is printed over doorways I have never seen While extracting a bone or whatever is tender or fruitful from the core of indifferent day.

Thirty-six states impose a sales tax on menstrual hygiene products, while products like spermicidal condoms and erectile dysfunction medications are tax-free. This Article explores the constitutionality of the tampon tax and argues that it is an impermissible form of gender discrimination under the Equal Protection Clause.

First, menstrual hygiene products are a unique proxy for female sex, and therefore any disadvantageous tax classification of these products amounts to a facial classification on the basis of sex. Even assuming arguendo that the tampon tax is not viewed as a tax on female sex, it is still unconstitutional because it cannot pass rational basis review. Since , four states and the District of Columbia have repealed their sales tax on menstrual hygiene products. Many state legislatures will consider similar repeal bills in upcoming legislative sessions.

At the same time, women also have brought class action litigation in four jurisdictions, seeking a declaration that the state tampon tax is unconstitutional and requesting a refund of prior taxes paid. The Article develops the constitutional arguments that can be used by litigators in any ongoing or future case, recognizing that menstrual equity activism, including impact litigation, is likely to continue in the future. Ultimately what and who a society seeks to tax signals its larger values.

The continued imposition of state sales tax on menstrual hygiene products, seemingly without a principled distinction from other products that are exempted as necessities, exacerbates the aggregate economic inequality that already exists between the sexes. The tampon tax should be repealed in all states.

The full paper is available here. Jorene Ooi, Bleeding Women Dry: Tampon Taxes and Menstrual Inequity , N w. Feminist Judgments Project seeks contributors of rewritten judicial opinions and commentary on those opinions for an edited collection entitled Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Health Law Opinions. This edited volume, proposed to be published by Cambridge University Press, is part of a collaborative project among law professors and others to rewrite, from a feminist perspective, key judicial decisions.

The initial volume, Feminist Judgments: Berger, and Bridget J. Crawford, was published in by Cambridge University Press. Subsequent volumes in the series focus on different courts or different subjects. This call is for contributions to a volume of health law decisions rewritten from a feminist perspective.

Health Law volume editors Seema Mohapatra and Lindsay Wiley seek prospective authors for fifteen rewritten health law opinions covering a range of topics. With the help of an Advisory Committee , the editors have chosen a list of cases to be rewritten. The definition of feminism on which the series is premised is quite broad and certainly includes intersectional analysis of cases where sex or gender played a role alongside racism, ableism, classism, and other concerns. Applications are due by September 22, To facilitate collaboration between commentators and opinion writers across the entire volume, the editors will host a workshop on December 7, at the Indiana University Robert H.

McKinney School of Law. All commentators and opinion writers are invited, but not required, to participate in the workshop. McKinney School of Law will host a welcome dinner the night prior to the workshop and provide the meals at the workshop. Authors must cover their own travel expenses. Selection of authors does not depend on their ability or willingness to attend the December workshop.

The editors are also tentatively planning to host a conference celebrating publication of the volume at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, DC in fall More details about the project and how to apply are available here.

A tentative list of cases to be rewritten appears below the fold. Other doctrinal areas may be considered depending on the institutional needs. All applicants must have a strong academic record and be committed to outstanding teaching, scholarship and service. Prior teaching experience preferred. Thomas University School of Law trains lawyers capable of applying legal principles to address and solve problems in an increasingly complex and changing society.

The rigorous academic program of the Law School emphasizes lifelong learning and scholarship in a personalized, caring environment under Catholic auspices with a diverse student body and faculty. Thomas encourages applications from all candidates, including women and minorities, who will contribute to our stimulating and diverse cultural and intellectual environment.

Applicants should send a cover letter indicating teaching and scholarly interests, a curriculum vitae to Professor Mark Wolff, Chair Faculty Recruitment Committee at St. News coverage here and here , e. One unintended, I suspect consequence is the likely disadvantaging of domestic Indian manufacturers of these products. When the Indian GST on menstrual hygiene products was eliminated, the credit available to the manufacturers evaporated.

Foreign corporations, not subject to those input taxes, therefore will be able to offer the product more cheaply, in all likelihood. She urges here mandatory menstrual hygiene education in schools; government incentives for making menstrual hygiene products more environmentally friendly; and holding state governments accountable for their obligations to make available water, toilets and safe methods for disposal of menstrual hygiene products.

I fully support Ms. In , the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges settled a decades-long national debate over the legality of same-sex marriage.

Since Obergefell , however, local and state legislatures in conservative and mostly rural states have proposed and passed hundreds of anti-LGBTQ bills. Obergefell may have ended the legal debate over marriage, but it did not resolve the cultural divide. Many rural Americans feel that they are under attack. Judicial opinions and legislation protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination are serious threats to rural dwellers because they conflict with several core tenets of rural identity: This conflict is amplified by the relative invisibility of gay and transgender people who live in rural areas, and the predominately urban media representations of gay and transgender people.

In several respects, the conflict is merely perceived and not real. It is at these junctures of perceived conflict that we can draw important lessons for bridging the cultural divide, thereby protecting LGBTQ people across geographic spaces. This Article examines the sources and modern manifestations of rural LGBTQ resentment to provide foundational insights for the ongoing fight to protect all vulnerable minorities.

Pro-LGBTQ legislation and judicial opinions symbolize a changing America in which rural inhabitants see their identities disappearing, devalued, and disrespected. The left, popularly represented in rural America as urban elites, characterizes anti-LGBTQ views as bigoted, and many people in small towns feel victimized by this criticism. Drawing on a robust body of social science research, this Article suggests that these feelings of victimization lead to resentment when outside forces like federal judges and state and big-city legislators tell rural Americans how to act, think and feel.

They resent that liberal, largely urban outsiders are telling them that they must change who they are to accommodate people whom they perceive as unlike them. It is important to unearth and pay attention to rural anti-LGBTQ resentment in the post- Obergefell era because it is part of a larger force animating conservative politics across the United States. Here is the abstract. During her 28 years on the Supreme Court she sat on all but 13 of the torts cases that came before the Court.

Nine of the 13 she missed came during her first year. She was in the majority in Her most important contributions were in the development of novel duties of care in negligence based on proximity, and in liability for sexual battery.

This article searches for themes and patterns in these judgments, including both the triumphs and the inevitable failures. Either way, it is a remarkable story. They conclude that female Justices begin their SCT careers by being more polite than their male colleagues.

H ere is the abstract:. In the United States, more than sixty-five babies die daily due to stillbirth—death of an unborn baby after twenty weeks of pregnancy but before birth.

New medical research suggests that at least one fourth of those deaths are preventable with proper medical care. Stated differently, one fourth of stillbirths are due to medical malpractice. In almost all states, tort law provides recourse for mothers after the death of their children due to stillbirth. This Article uses feminist legal theory and empirical research of parents after stillbirth to demonstrate that tort law devalues stillbirth.

That devaluation is due to the cognitive bias associating stillbirth with women. Even though prenatal attachment theory demonstrates a parent-child relationship is lost in stillbirth, some courts are especially reluctant to recognize the relational injury in the context of death before birth. The cognitive bias associating stillbirth with women has also stunted the development of tort recourse for fathers, as it also will for non-biological parents.

The remedy for this devaluation is a wrongful death claim for the death of a child—not just a fetus—available to both parents, including recovery for the relational injury. The Article also explains how these reforms are supported by tort law theories, and explains that the wrongful death claim should be available for all stillbirths, not depending on viability.

Shvarts offered her project to her professors as a senior thesis, announcing that it consisted of two elements: The first component involved a series of videos showing her cramping in various Connecticut motel bathtubs as a result of ingesting unnamed abortifacients.

The second feature consisted of an objet Shvarts compiled out of Saran wrap, Vaseline, and blood that she collected from her procedures. Markele , federal judge Edward J. Since then, however, their status in our society has changed dramatically.

The full essay is available here. We are interested in outstanding candidates in all fields, including civil procedure, constitutional law, labor law, tax law, business law and regulation, antitrust, and torts. Applicants should have a strong academic record and demonstrated commitment to scholarly activity and publication.

We are interested in both entry-level and lateral candidates, and we are especially interested in candidates who will enhance the diversity of our faculty. The list is grossly inaccurate and incomplete, but because I compiled it, I made sure to include all the feminist law prof tweeters I could find! The review is a Sage journal and thus behind a paywall , but here is an excerpt:.

That each project brings to life its own national character by reflecting on the peculiarities of time, geography and history therefore makes a powerful and ongoing case for feminist judgment writing. If your institution has access to Sage publications, the full review is available here.

You gotta work it. Spend time with it. Between you and what comes from you. Who is it for, and what work does it do? The book frames the emerging global discussion around philosophical and critical theoretical engagements with milk. In so doing, various chapters bring into consideration an awareness of animals, an aspect which has not yet been incorporated in these debates within these disciplines so far. This brand new research from scholars includes writing from an array of perspectives, including jurisprudence, food law, history, geography, art theory, and gender studies.

It will be of use to professionals and researchers in such disciplines as anthropology, visual culture, cultural studies, development studies, food studies, environment studies, critical animal studies, and gender studies. Meaning, Representations, and Implications , Carol J. Adams independent scholar, USA.

Virtue, Vice, Promise, or Problem? Smith Australian National University, Australia. Male Feeding and Plant Milk. Representative Grace Meng D-NY led the way in getting menstrual hygiene products included on an expanded list of products for which flexible spending account funds can be used under H. The bi-partisan bill now goes to the Senate for a vote.

Representative Meng issued a statement about the bill, saying here:. It brings us another step closer towards making menstrual hygiene products more accessible and affordable to women. Menstrual hygiene products are essential and necessary for women, and deserve to be items that are permitted to be purchased with health flexible spending account funds.

There is no reason why menstrual products should not be included, and I am thrilled that we are on the path to finally changing that wrongheaded policy.

Overall, this is a welcome change. After all, if Band-aids and condoms are eligible to be purchased with flexible spending money, then it makes sense that menstrual hygiene products should eligible, too. From a tax perspective, flexible spending accounts are beneficial to both employers and employees.

According to one study , flexible spending accounts are offered by a large percentage of employers , but it is worthwhile to note that this salutary change to the tax law does not benefit those whose employers do not offer FSAs, those who make so little that they cannot afford to divert part of their salary to an FSA, or those who are unemployed.

So, I think of expanding flexible spending to include menstrual hygiene products as just one part of a much larger menstrual equity effort. Representative Meng has previously sponsored legislation that would provide a refundable tax credit to low-income women for use of menstrual hygiene products.

My prediction as a tax lawyer is that will go absolutely nowhere. Without a change to the law, it is impossible to know for sure what products are contained in those tampons, pads or cups with which we may be, ahem, intimately familiar. Without knowing what is in the products we use, it is difficult to make informed consumer choices.

As an addendum, note another feature of the H. A comprehensive plan to make menstrual hygiene products and physical fitness activities more affordable to all people might look quite different than this tinkering at the margins. The changes do represent progress.

Bumping to the front in anticipation of the deadline on August 15, at 5: When Erin Andrews found out that an intimate recording of her had leaked online, the authorship-as-fixation doctrine told her that the felon who illicitly captured the footage owned the copyright, not her. When The Fearless Girl took on Charging Bull and challenged its unabashedly masculine celebration of American capitalism by calling attention to the underrepresentation of women on Wall Street, copyright law told her that she might constitute an unauthorized derivative work, both without copyright protection i.

In all three of these scenarios, the legal meaning of authorship had far-reaching consequences — not just for copyright law itself, but for society at large. This Article examines how the heuristics of authorship — the relationship of fixation to authorship, the role of intention in joint authorship, and the allocation of authorship in derivative works — have imbued rightsholders with the power to control representations of female and nonwhite bodies and to suppress narratives of resistance, with resulting adverse consequences for egalitarian and dignity interests.

In examining a wide range of cases, from revenge porn and celebrity sex tapes to the voyeuristic art of Arne Svenson, the analysis demonstrates just how our reigning authorship regime has reified the male gaze and translated it into a property right rationalized along traditional binaries of activity and passivity, object and subject, male and female. Twitter links powered by Tweet This v1.

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Dennis collapsed shortly after returning from Santa Anita racetrack in the spring of where he had done the "color" for the KNX radio broadcast of the Santa Anita Derby. He retired from radio in and opened his own insurance agency in Blaine, Washington. Lan Roberts, a longtime friend and colleague remembered B. Bradley worked afternoons at "Star Bill retired to Palm Springs and died July 4, He's also executive director at Triovisions.

He died June 5, , following a four-year battle with cancer. He was thought to be in his late 60s. He underwent successful heart transplant surgery in the early s, but continued to battle other medical concerns. Charlie was born and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland, and was a journalism major at the university of Maryland. After graduation he served as a Voice of America producer for the Far East.

Charlie went into the army and was stationed at Fort Huachuca in Tombstone, Arizona and was editor of the post newspaper. After the service, he joined Mutual Broadcasting as an engineer and eventually joined Westinghouse in their Washington, DC bureau. That assignment brought him to Southern California. When I got into broadcast journalism it was not entertainment and it was not to titillate.

I was standing in Arlington cemetery watching a man dig a hole where they would bury John Kennedy. President Kennedy personified a mood of optimism.

With his assassination I knew things would never be quite the same again. Heather broadcast weekend traffic at KNX. Ed worked the Adult Standards format at Westwood One from He now is a voiceover talent. In early , he joined mornings at WGN-Chicago. He is now heard in the evenings on KABC. Leah is a free-lance voice imager and works in the South. She co-hosted a podcast with John Ziegler that was carried on a number of stations until Brandt , Gary: Corbett is is semi-retired and living in the Palm Springs area.

Carl has served as the president, chief executive and director of the company of Metromedia since November and as the chairman of the board of directors since February Carl had extensive prior experience in the radio and communications industries in the United States. After moving to L. John went to work for Rhino Records.

Connie was born and raised in Detroit, her father worked at Ford Motor Company and her mother was a music teacher. In I got my first job in radio on Tucson Arizona. Since then, I have been on many stations playing all types of music. Tom was ceo of Breneman Radio Services. He died September 9, , at the age of 70, after a lengthy battle with cancer. Tom was a dj at KBLA in the late s. The show was broadcast live from various colleges around the city.

He then transitioned into advertising, joining Dancer, Fitzgerald, Sample advertising agency where he selected many successful tv shows for sponsors. Tom's father was a national radio celebrity in the 's with his daily radio program "Breakfast in Hollywood". My mom and dad met at KFWB in the 30s, she was a singer and he was an announcer.

Carol left radio to study for an M. Brent is with Virgin Radio, based in Dubai. I left LA with feelings of uncertainty, and ambition to fight my way back. Two years has now turned into nearly seven, and while I do miss home at times, I've found Dubai to be more safe, comfortable, and endearing than I could have ever imagined. It seems a lot of people like to trash Dubai any chance they get. The Internet is full of trolls whining on about slave labor, oil-rich Arabs, draconian laws, and on and on.

These types usually fall into two categories: Those have never been to Dubai and are basing their opinion on hearsay and YouTube videos, and those whom had a bad time here for some reason.

Rarely do you get to hear about the positive aspects of my desert city, so I thought I would share. First, a little defense. The over-the-top caricatures range from a city full of drunken British expats running slave labor camps, to an ultra-conservative city-state that will jail you for holding hands with a member of the opposite sex. Dubai has the same kind of problems that most cities filled with millions of human beings have.

Dubai is by far the most open and liberal city in the GCC the Gulf countries. Only the most extreme cases of indecency will get a second look. Perhaps you heard of the couple jailed for public sex on a beach.

What did they expect? They were drunk and common sense had obviously left them. A peck on the cheek or a quick kiss on the lips has never once gotten me in trouble. I hold hands in public all the time, no issue. Yesterday I saw a girl in the mall with jean shorts so tiny her butt cheeks were hanging out the bottom. At worst she may get a brochure reminding her of the local customs The people that make this claim really need to go back and read up on what slavery was and is exactly.

Yes, there have been companies that have infringed on worker rights, and yes some companies still do. They make low wages, yes, particularly compared to what someone from the West is used to.

But what about radio? Is it like home? Thank God the listeners are amazing. I love doing phone calls, and people of all ages call in. I do topical stuff often, with a female slant on things. Relationship stuff is as hot here as it is anywhere if not more so. They have always treated me very well. I get so much vacation time I cannot possibly take it all in good conscience.

Bonuses are great, the health care is amazing, and if I had children their health care and education would be provided for. It went on the full network in , becoming one of the main features for the next 29 years. Bresee played highlights from shows and interviewed radio people. He was a past president of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters. Frank is pictured with his wife, Bobbi. The former Dodger pitcher was one of the California Angels announcers in the late s. He died November 18, , at the age of 55, of brain cancer.

During his career he played for ten teams. For over a quarter of a century, Ken held the record for a pitcher hitting the most homers — 4 — in a single season. He did it with the Phillies in Brett became the youngest pitcher to take the mound in a World Series game in when he threw 1-plus innings of relief for the Boston Red Sox against the St.

Brett was 19 years, 1 month old at the time. A part owner of the Spokane Indians minor league baseball team and the Spokane Chiefs minor league hockey club, Brett pitched 14 years in the majors and tied the modern major league record by playing for 10 different teams, finishing with the Kansas City Royals and his brother in The left-hander compiled an record with a 3.

Ron is a stringer for UPI radio and his movie reviews frequently appear in movie ads. He left Fox Sports in early Gene went to work for St. Ray Briem died December 11, , at the age of 82, of cancer. Born in , Ray began his radio career as a year-old in his hometown of Ogden.

I liked playing the music. I realized what a dumb head I was. I knew very little about politics or the workings of government, and the first year I was an embarrassment. He initially got a percentage of the advertising during his all-night shift, but that perk was eliminated during a recession.

For eight years he show was carried nationally on the ABC network. He would use our phone calls as basis for commentaries. Nobody else was doing it. Asked if he would miss the all-night vigil, Ray said: Your biological clock, your circadian rhythms are always upset. Big Boy, Andy Bloom, Dr. KNX , and While there I also wrote a twice weekly column on sports for the local paper. From Prescott, Bob made the nomadic journey to eventually get back home.

I was one of the many who received an LA Press Club Award for riot coverage, although I only covered for the one day due to the injury. A fan of collectibles, Bob wrote the first ever sports collectibles column for the UPI wire. The Brill Report, which was the first hard news publication in the memorabilia industry.

I broke several stories, including one picked up by the New York Times on exposing the dark side of NFL Properties which remains a big story today. He had inquired as to why I was fired. I've broken several stories already although I don't have an archive system yet. My son and I are working on a book on China. KHJ, and Scotty lives in Oklahoma City and was voicetracking for an Oldies station in Chicago.

Bob's syndicated financial show was heard on KABC's weekends. His three-decade syndicated show came to an end in the fall of Britton , Boyd R.: He is now a priest. Gene produces a bi-monthly series on political and social issues for Montana Public Television. Frank Baxter and Stan Brager. Laura worked at Classical K-Mozart until early fall of Laura is an arts reporter covering the Inland Empire.

In she was appointed program director. She resigned from the "Smooth Jazz" station in the Fall of John is pd at KMJ-Fresno. Rob is president of Planetwide Publishing. He also hosts the website, meditations2go.

She currently works the evening shift at KNX. Born and raised in Los Angeles, she was on the ground floor of Metro Traffic, the first independent company to deliver traffic and later news to radio stations. In the late s, Barbara was working for a newspaper in Lubbock.

She was in Lubbock because she had majored in journalism at Texas Tech University, where she also was a dj and newsperson on the campus radio station. I was in the student union and there was a table selling tee-shirt transfers.

I did and he put me on. That was my idea at the time. But Barbara persisted and passed the test on the second try. It was an automated station with the old Schafer Reel-to-Reel playback machines that were programmed by numbers. I was allowed to do the news once an hour.

This was and I felt like the token female. Barbara originally moved to Texas in when her father accepted a job with an independent production company in Dallas. He was a film editor and director in Hollywood in the 50s and 60s where he did 60 travelogues for Jack Douglas and a tv series called I Search for Adventure.

When Barbara was working in Lubbock, her father had a massive hemorrhage on his spinal cord and he was paralyzed from the chest down. Shortly after moving to Dallas I needed a job and saw an ad in the newspaper: Metro had already established itself in Baltimore and Washington DC. Dallas was the third market. The sexual revolution had yet to hit Dallas and Barbara was confronted with sexism. Nobody wanted a female voice so I did middays.

The Dallas Metro office consisted of two rooms — an outer office and a broadcast room, which was an office with a control board. I think they had more expectation of what I knew about video. She stayed at LA Network for a couple of years before returning to Metro Traffic for the third time, where she was also director of operations for a time.

For several years Barbara flew with Mike Nolan. I should some time. Did she like the airborne reporting? There were certain parts of the job I loved but other parts scared me. There were no flaps and no radio.

I got out of the hangar, saw Commander Chuck Street and told him I needed a hug. Max invited my dad to fly with him the next afternoon. He was finishing up a film, ran into some problems and had to cancel so Capt. Max said to come to the airport the following day and to bring his wife. My mother was very excited and told several friends she would be going. The following afternoon, my father had a premonition that he shouldn't go so he called and said he was still busy with work and canceled.

Max was glad because he had a couple at the airport that was there on the wrong day so he said he would take them up that day and my parents the following day. That was the day he had a mid-air collision over Dodger stadium with a police helicopter. Evening news reports said there was an unidentified couple on-board, thankfully it wasn't my parents. I explained to her that I would be in an airplane and not a helicopter. After I was grounded, she was sad I lost my job but I think secretly thrilled that both my feet would once again be on the ground.

Barbara lives in a historic home in the Inland Empire she was quick to point out that it was in the and not the area code that was built in When I bought it five years ago I was able to get it for what I was paying in rent. Foster died December 21, , of apparent heart trouble.

After receiving six Golden Mike awards and reporting one breaking news story after another, John hung up his microphone in the spring of Brooks first started in radio while a student at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, before moving to Southern California in Though it was hard to name one particular story that stands out, Brooks appreciates the opportunity to have covered NASA and the Space Program.

I have had to jump under a fire blanket as a fire storm crested the ridge during the Old Fire in and once a mobile unit was singed in another brush fire. In days gone by I would spend days researching and interviewing for investigative reports, now we must do it faster. Brooks offered his advice to current and future broadcasters: Be honest and try to tell stories filled with humanity, wonder, and excitement.

Oscar works with the Department of Justice as an adjudications officer. Bailey died suddenly at his San Antonio home October 24, He got started in radio in his hometown of Paris, Illinois while a junior in high school. Bill went to Indiana State and worked for two Terre Haute stations. The school had a placement service, and Bill was hired as an apprentice to work the Angeles baseball games.

My adrenaline pumped for the next three years. Bill and his wife purchased a station in Lexington and eventually returned to Paris, Illinois, where he managed a station for years. Bill designed a custom weather service on the Internet. Among his most memorable news experiences was covering the Charles Manson trial, where he actually got a personal interview with Manson.

Bobby is working for the ABC network. Charlie is Chuck Blore. Don has passed away. Laura is living in Newport Beach. Les began his motivational talk show at KFWB on 1. He replaced part of Dr. Stan "the Animal" Brown has passed away. Steve founded American Video Service in Irvine.

The longtime syndicated psychologist started on KGIL on October 29, , and she was heard briefly during the short-lived Talk format. She died August 27, , at the age of Armed Forces Radio also carried it. In between he anchored the tv news in Honolulu. The security ended when Bill Paley stepped down leading to the mass firings of Several thousand were fired, something CBS had never done before and I got caught in the second round.

I ended my years in broadcasting playing around at a couple stations in the Antelope Valley. I have to call it playing around, for what they paid it couldn't be considered work.

In at age 64 I decided I'd had enough of the changing fortunes of radio and retired. Bill passed away April 10, , while retired in Kansas City. Chuck died March 3, Tony B and James Brown. KMET, and Larry is gm of Nova Sydney, Radio Australia. Tammy worked swing and fill-in at KABC until the summer of She now hosts an Internet show on TalkStreamLive.

Hugh is probably one of the least remembered personalities on Old Time Radio. He was a California native, born in , who spent his entire broadcasting career in Los Angeles. He died in , at the age of After graduating from the University of Southern California in , he tried to embark on a career in business, first dealing with the Signal Petroleum Company of Long Beach. At the time that oil company was toying around with the idea for a radio program based upon the Tarzan series of books by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Burroughs happened to be in the corporate office when Hugh was applying for the job. The personnel manager said that positions that he was qualified for were already filled, in fact, they were actually laying off some of the junior executives and asking the senior ones to retire early. But Burroughs heard Hugh speak. How would you like a job in radio?

We'll be working in L. You don't even need to audition. I'll use the paperwork here to get you onto the station. The radio station was KHJ. It was located next door to a Cadillac dealership owned by Don Lee, who was the Cadillac dealer for the entire West Coast.

Hugh wore his best suit. It was the man he was going to interview at the Signal office in Long Beach who let him into the studio. I am the sponsor. I am actually in charge of the program. My company, Signal Petroleum, owns the Tarzan program. It's only 15 minutes and it will be playing only in states where they have Signal service stations.

As far as oil companies go, we're pretty small. They own the radio program so they can get more customers. And, if someone goofs, they punish us. So we have to do a good show. Hugh was scared when he read the script.

They let him go over it alone for about 45 minutes. Then they went on. There would be many more programs for Hugh, although he would rarely use his name while announcing. Occasionally, he would give his name, but that was so rare. His voice became the voice of Oscar as he was the announcer for the Academy Awards, no matter where they were held, and no matter if they were a banquet or a formal awards ceremony. He chose Hugh to be both stations' news director.

He returned for evenings during the summer of He left his Philadelphia sports station in June He's now hosting a podcast. Tony has received numerous news and sports awards in his year broadcast career, which began while attending Temple University. Bruno was born June 13, Gary started mornings at K-Earth on June 10, He is also the syndicated host with Dick Clark on Rewind. Known as the "Mayor of Harlem" when he was a New York dj, he started out as part of a dance team playing the "original" Apollo, strip joints and nite clubs.

He loved to help up-and-coming talent. Composer, conductor and singer who led his own dance band from to , and again from to He also worked as a disc jockey and as a master of ceremonies.

Born in New Orleans on August 30, , Bryant grew up in Chicago and took trumpet lessons to little success. His first job in entertainment was dancing in the Whitman Sisters Show in He worked in various vaudeville productions for the next several years, and in he appeared in the show Chocolate Revue with Bessie Smith.

They recorded six times between and ; Bryant sings on 18 of the 26 sides recorded. Once his ensemble disbanded, Bryant worked in acting and disc jockeying.

He moved to California later in the s and died of a heart attack in Los Angeles on February 9, , at the age of Mika has written four nonfiction books, including her latet, Grow Your Value, which explores the costs of a career. Every morning she hosts her own female-focused segment of Morning Joe. Bubba , the Love Monkey: Various personalities were Bubba during the early days of "Pirate Radio.

I looked at the package, smelled the perfume and knew it was trouble. Annie had sent me a tanker style jacket. It was the type of jacket that guys in car clubs would wear. It was a wonderful jacket. I knew I couldn't return it as it had my name on it. That night when I went home to the wife and kids, my wife asked me where I got the jacket.

There we were, Al and Buck warming up the crowd. I had my wife with me. I looked down into the crowd to find her. There she was, talking to a middle age woman and smiling. I didn't think much about it. When we had given away the car and were down in the crowd, my wife introduced me to the woman she had been talking to.

Annie just smiled and shook my hand. The strange part of the story is that I never talked with Annie again. I still wonder what it was that my wife told Annie. Bob was appointed pd at KLOS in early He left KLOS on He left WVMW He is based in Hartford. In the big office off the left of the front door was the music director, Mary Kelly. Jimmy O'Neill was a monster personality doing afternoons. And does anyone remember Skip and Flip? And the battle began. The unit was filled with assorted radio, tv and entertainment people.

I can't remember the exact years, but I do remember the people. Their song was I Got You Babe. So many faces and so many great friends were made for life back then. The big question is: What ever happened to Arlen Sanders? Bruce passed away April 23, , of emphysema. The veteran announcer specialized in Classical music for more than four decades. He originated the program Crossroads of Music. He was there when KFWB launched all-news, in various capacities.

And although Rich continued working in media as a free-lancer and consultant, he became an ordained minister and served on the staffs of several churches, including being the senior pastor of a church in Long Beach for seven years. It is credited with having introduced a new era in Christian Talk radio. In Rich stepped down from hosting 15 years of live, daily talk radio and concentrated on his own production company in Orange, Branches Communications.

He became a nationally known speaker and author with several best-selling books No strings Attached and Pain and Pretending , both dealt with emotional injury and he won numerous awards including an honorary doctorate from. He was also a recognized researcher and writer about myths and urban legends.

His articles appeared in newspapers and magazines internationally and he was the creator of TruthOrFiction. His personal interests included aviation he was a licensed commercial pilot of more than 30 years , computers, photography, travel, fly-fishing, electronics, and cooking.

The former KFI general manager died November 28, , following a long illness. Ed had been living in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. As owner and manager of these two stations, he worked for years in the s and s to convince the listeners that KMPC was not the only Big Band format in town.

Gloria was pd at the Big Band stations. He's teaching and coaching MMA and kick boxing. She's now with Metro Traffic. Don left afternoon drive at "the Wave" on April 18, and returned May 12, He left the last time in late spring Jennifer works for Total Traffic using the name Bonnie Burnham.

He went on to tv announcing. He passed away of lung cancer in the early s. Jim retired from the all-News station in early The suit was settled in late with both parties prohibited from revealing financial details.

Birdie is working on a number of production projects and involved with real estate in the Santa Clarita Valley. Last heard Larry was working in Hawaii. He left KGIL in and committed suicide a few months later. For 23 years his by-line appeared in the L. Daily News as its golf columnist. He estimates that percent of his students are Natural Golfers.

Teaching is fun again!! Pat was sidekick to Gene Autry for almost five decades. Buttram in Alabama on June 19, , he was the son of a circuit-riding minister and studied theology at Birmingham Southern College. Pat died January 8, , of kidney failure. However, since Rogers already had two regulars, Buttram was soon dropped.

Mike worked morning radio in Delaware until early fall of He lives near Boston. By , "the Soulfinger," as he was known, was the assistant pd and pd a year later. For a time Roland worked under the name Lee Cross. Return to main menu www. She was born and raised in LA. Goode s tarted his career at age 13 in his hometown of Montgomery Alabama.

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