Lovers Lane
ATT Internet 75

Tag: Ron Britain

Media: August 2022 • Bob Stroud • “40 Years of The Stroud Crowd”

Media: August 2022 • Bob Stroud • “40 Years of The Stroud Crowd”

| July 31, 2022

    DJ Bob Stroud always loved radio, but before he launched his legendary radio career that lasted five decades and ended with his semi-retirement a few weeks ago, he was honing his delivery elsewhere. “I did three years of dinner theater in Florida,” he explains. “I started out just working tech because you had […]

Continue Reading

Media: December 2020

Media: December 2020

| November 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

2020 was a rough year everywhere, but we lost some of our all-time greatest broadcasters in Chicago. Television greats like Sheldon Cooper (WGN-TV general manager), Lee Phillip Bell (The Lee Phillip Show), Bob Petty (Channel 7/ABC anchor/reporter), Dick Johnson (anchor at Channel 5/NBC), Jerry Taft (longtime Channel 7/ABC weatherman), and Joel Daly (iconic Channel 7/ABC […]

Continue Reading

Media: December 2012

Media: December 2012

| November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

When the John Records Landecker Show ended in 2003, radio producer Rick Kaempfer left the industry and started writing books, beginning with 2004’s The Radio Producer’s Handbook (co-written with John Swanson). In 2007 he followed up with $everance –  a scathing satirical novel about the sad state of corporate radio. Kaempfer says things have only […]

Continue Reading