Tushar Jayaram interviews Kevin Walsh, Executive Director of the Yankee Air Museum. They talked about the museum’s history and upcoming changes that will rebrand it as the National Museum of Aviation and Technology.
Bob Delano – The Film Foundry
I hope this holiday season finds you and the entire WSDP healthy and in good spirits. I’ve been meaning to write you for some time to let you know how much I enjoy being on your mailing list, and look forward to the day when I can again listen to my first radio station on the web. After my time at WSDP (1972-1975) I went on to a stint with the Armed Forces Radio Network. Continue reading
Jeffrey Schmidt- General Manager
I received your WSDP newsletter today. What a fantastic idea, and a great trip down “memory lane.” I started at WSDP in 1979 and didn’t realize how fortunate I was to have a high school with a radio station. I have fond memories of the “dead air,” the echo on commercials because we forgot to close the pot, all the common mistakes. I really enjoyed Mr. Cardinal and Mr. Seidelman’s leadership and teaching! As a person who “always knew” I wanted to be in radio, Continue reading
George Manolias – Staff Alumni
It was great to see your first WSDP newsletter appear in my mailbox. Like many former staffers, I enjoyed my time at the station. Your newsletter brought back some memories, especially as I read some of the stories. I think you’re onto a good thing—please keep it up! I worked for only one year at the station – my senior year. Also, I wasn’t a DJ. Instead I chose to cover sports and news. My “beat” was wrestling in the fall/winter, and girls soccer in the spring. I was fortunate enough to do some halftime shows during Salem basketball games, even as the team advanced through the playoffs. Continue reading
Max Jenkins talks with Nancy Downs, Program Coordinator for the Plymouth Canton Literacy Council, They talked about the council’s work with English as a Second Language Learners and the importance of literacy.