Feb 01 2015

WEDO airing “Into Tomorrow”

As the broadcast day extends for WEDO (810 McKeesport), the station will be airing a new Sunday evening program. On Sundays throughout February, WEDO will air “Into Tomorrow” with Dave Graveline from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. expanding to the full three hours the show airs as the broadcast day expands. The syndicated program covers the …

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Jan 31 2015

Zeise moves to evenings on The Fan

CBS Radio Pittsburgh announced Friday that Paul Zeise has been promoted to the evening show host position on KDKA-FM (93.7).The position is effective February 3 and the show runs from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Zeize, also a sports writer for the Post-Gazette, has been a part-timer with the station since 2011.

Jan 23 2015

Heinz Center Exhibit honors Rogers


Set pieces and other artifacts are a part of the new Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood exhibit at Pittsburgh’s Heinz History Center in the Strip District. The display opens this afternoon at 4:00 with a discussion open to all center visitors. (PG 1-23-15)

Jan 21 2015

Rehkopf back to DC’s WNEW


Bill Rehkopf left the morning news slot at KDKA-AM (1020) in 2012 to help start sister station WNEW-FM (99.1) near DC and host the morning show. He returned just a few months later to host KDKA’s afternoon news. Once again, Rehkopf is headed back to DC and WNEW where he will co-anchor their afternoon program …

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Jan 13 2015

Bowman to retire in April


KDKA Meteorologist Dennis Bowman has announced his retirement effective April 17. He has handled the weather duties – first on the weekends, then in the mornings – on KDKA for the last 10 years. Bowman also spent 16 years at WPXI-TV as the chief meteorologist. In addition to Pittsburgh, he has worked in 5 other …

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Jan 12 2015

In Memory: Nick Ferrara… AKA “Nick Bazoo”

Nick Ferrara, better known as Nick Bazoo, died following a car crash in Gulfport Mississippi this past Friday. Ferrara had a successful radio career which included a stop in Pittsburgh as program director of “B-94″ (WBZZ 93.7) in the 1980s. He also had stops in New Orleans, and San Francisco. He had recently retired and …

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Jan 08 2015

In Memory: Michael Komichak


After a remarkable 65 years as host of the Ukrainian Radio Program, Michael Komichak died on December 28 at the age of 95. He hosted the program right up until a few months before his death. The show was a staple on WPIT (730) each Sunday. Although the lifelong resident of McKees Rocks had been …

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Dec 29 2014

Thurber returns with another WRCT New Year’s Countdown

Despite popular demand, Pittsburgh’s WRCT-FM (88.3) will again ring out the old year by turning back the clock 40 years. In a radio tradition that’s now more than a decade old, and which is tolerated by tens of dozens of listeners, WRCT’s resident oldies guru, Jay Thurber, will count down the top tunes of 1974 …

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Dec 23 2014

Locally-produced Fisher House program airs this week


Veteran broadcaster Marshall Adams of Monroeville has produced the latest Fisher House Foundation public affairs program scheduled to air on over 130 stations and iHeartRadio over the holidays. The 3-hour program called “Zachary’s Gift” tells the story of Fisher House founder Zachary Fisher through the wounded warriors, veterans, and military families his comfort homes have …

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Dec 17 2014

Mary Robb Jackson retiring at year’s end

Mary Robb Jackson/KDKA photo

December 31 will be the last day we see Mary Robb Jackson on the local airwaves before she retires. The KDKA-TV reporter is calling it a day after nearly 40 years in the local market. Jackson started at WIIC-TV (Channel 11) and spent five years there before jumping over to KDKA (2) in 1980. She …

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