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March 15, 2012

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james colin campbell

Wonderful Interview with Larry Greene Jazzwax! I use to wait to listen to WNEW Jingle on the radio

Harry Shearer

Almost forgotten, on the Internet, at least, is the package Larry Greene (apparently) did when Metromedia-owned KLAC Los Angeles briefly adopted the 'NEW format. It had a long elaborate jingle that named all the suburban communities that were in the path of the station's signal ("the Metropolitan area", as the jingle said). I wonder if Larry still has a copy of that

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