marlene sanders obit for web

my mom  top journalist

photos for web


she's beautiful when she's angry revised


Marlene Sanders asked how she would like to be remembered. Click on video play arrow, below.




















William B. and Bill Diehl-July 1971






Other Signals – WMCA

WMCA june 1940 sign off

WNEW and RFK in L.A.

Former WNEW PD, Dick Carr and former WNEW News Director, Alan Walden, have collaborated on a WNEW News retrospective now appearing on “Dick Carr’s Big Bands, Ballads and Blues,” website.  The second installment deals with coverage of the killing of Robert Kennedy. Click on link below.

Big Bands, Ballads and Blues-WNEW News


A Boris P.S.



Boris Karlof is seen here behind a WNEW microphone in 1950.  It’s a photo we had not seen when a story about Karlof’s series of children’s programs on WNEW was posted on this site.  (See below)  The photo source is a Wikipedia history about WBBR, the financial news broadcaster, owned and operated by Bloomberg L.P., the company that bought out WNEW in 1993.

karloff broadcasts 4


There Was A Song

nature boy for web revised


“Libbers” Look Back

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 she's beautiful when she's angry revised



Joe Franklin

Joe Franklin revised

A Sound Tinny and Golden

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transistor radio for website 2


when the networks trembled 11-17-14

Tune in:  Click on the link below to hear a Metromedia Radio News promo produced in early 1969.  The MM correspondents, listed alphabetically, are: Dan Blackburn, Edward Brown, Pye Chamberlain, Mike Eisgrau, George Engle, Alan Walden (Narrator),  Al Wasser.

when the networks trembled 11-17-14 pt 2