7 edition of On the radio with Harden and Weaver found in the catalog.
|Statement||Frank Harden and Jackson Weaver with Ed Meyer.|
|Contributions||Weaver, Jackson., Meyer, Ed.|
|LC Classifications||PN1991.4.A2 H37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||83007980|
Jackson J. Weaver, a radio personality in Washington and for 45 years the voice of Smokey Bear, died there on Tuesday at Holy Cross Hospital. He was 72 years old. Old Book The Harp Weaver and Other Poems Edna St. Vincent Millay GC. $ + $ shipping. On the radio with Harden and Weaver (Signed) by Frank Harden; Jackson Weaver. $ Free shipping. Picture Information. Opens image Rating: % positive.
James Harden on : Listen to Free Radio Online | Music, Sports, News, Podcasts. Harden is best known as the genial co-host of The Harden and Weaver Show, which aired on WMAL, in Washington, D.C., from to He co-authored the book On the Radio With Harden and Weaver. He learned to play the trombone as a child and played in local dance bands before later being drafted into the U.S. Army in
Frank Harden is a popular Radio Host from Georgia. Learn about Frank's life, zodiac sign, birthday, real bio, and interesting facts here. Van Harden. 1, likes 7 talking about this. Author, inventor, teacher, and radio personality at WHO Radio in Des Moines, Iowa.
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On the radio with Harden and Weaver Hardcover – January 1, by Frank Harden (Author)5/5(1). Harden and Weaver, longtime partners in a popular morning-radio show for the Washington, D.C. area, reminisce about their solo and duo careers in this folksy little joint-memoir.
Harden comes from Buffalo, chats about the early days of radio in small stations. On the radio with Harden and Weaver.
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Find more information about: ISBN: On The Radio with Harden and Weaver, by Frank HardenA Ockershausen:That changed things too, but fortunately he was one of the guys that recognized that Harden and Weaver had special talent. Remember the radio show you did for ABC. On the Radio: With Harden and Weaver: Harden, Frank, Weaver, Jackson: Books - 5/5(2).
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for On the radio with Harden and Weaver at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. His book, On the Radio With Harden and Weaver, co-authored with Jackson Weaver and Ed Meyer, was published by Morrow in Early life.
Harden was born in Macon and raised in Savannah, Georgia, the son of Maude Scott and John Harden, a railroad worker. Unable to play school sports due to poor eyesight, he learned trombone.
Starting at the end of the Harden & Weaver show at AM on February 4,we sample news, Tom Gauger and Bill Trumbull. These clips were. I was a news announcer on WMAL Radio fromquite often serving as he newsman/straightman for Hardin and Weaver.
I also did the late-night TV news on WMAL Channel 7, and filled in for vacationing talent (Jim Clark, Joe McCaffrey) on the earlier news, on which Louie Allen was the weatherman, and Bill Malone did the sports.
I worked at WMAL Radio in Washington, D.C. for over 32 years, ten years as Harden and Weaver’s executive producer and then 22 years as the top seller in WMAL sales.
As a further disclaimer, I am married to the former Vice President and General Manager of WMAL Radio, Andy Ockershausen. If Trumbull and Core was supposed to be an evening rush-hour Harden & Weaver, they weren't.
They were good radio company, but they ventured into airing pet peeves. Core is the only personality from those great days who is (in ) still employed in DC radio as a commentator. Felix Grant's jazz program was, in its heyday, from 7 p.m.
until. The Shannon Weaver model was first proposed in the article “A Mathematical Theory of Communication” in the Bell System Technical Journal by Claude Shannon and Warren Weaver: Shannon and Weaver were both from the United States.
Claude Shannon was a mathematician. Warren Weaver was an electrical engineer. The days of good drive time entertainment are relatively gone; Bob and Ray (Boston and New York); Harden and Weaver (Washington DC); Hudson and Landry, Lohman and Barkley (L.A.) Klayburn and Finch (NYC) Mr.
Morgan would have easily fit in with them. If you have a chance, search the bookstores for his autobiography, Here's Morgan. Let's start with the radio business. Once upon a time, WMAL dominated the radio ratings in Washington.
The station's morning team of Frank Harden and the late Jackson Weaver ruled the roost for more than 20 years, and the rest of WMAL's line-up pulled strong ratings as well.
In Hays and guitarist-banjoist Seeger, both of whom previously had performed with Woody Guthrie in the Almanac Singers, recruited Gilbert and guitarist Hellerman to form the Weavers. They built up an extensive repertoire of traditional folk ballads and new songs, making their mark at the Village Vanguard in New York City’s Greenwich Village in He now divides his time between his homes in Washington DC and Sweden.
Harden co-anchored (w/Jackson Weaver) WMAL-AM's morning drive-time slot for 32 years as half of Harden and Weaver, one of the most durable teams in radio history. Frank Harden also served as a network announcer for The Lone Ranger and The Edward P.
Morgan Show." Jerry Hardin. Six mornings a week on WMAL ( AM), using an approach they dubbed “dynamic inaction,” Harden and Weaver reeled off a four-hour roll call of. James Weaver has 50 books on Goodreads with ratings. James Weaver’s most popular book is The 30 Day Attraction Experiment: One Man's Quest to Put th.
He co-authored the book On the Radio With Harden and Weaver. Van Harden is known nationally for his creative broadcasting career and inventions. Through his 27 year leadership as Program Director of 50 thousand watt WHO radio in Des Moines, the station has been awarded 13 national Marconi Awards, the radio equivalent of the Emmy, five of which he has received personally for his own morning radio program, which he has hosted for those entire 27 years.
While continuing to work at WHO, in lateVan and a business partner bought KLSN FM Radio in Jefferson, Iowa, which they owned for two years, then sold. InVan invented the DayTeller® timepiece, and the Van Harden Cheese Crust Pizza.
InVan published his first book.WSBN ( kHz) is a commercial AM sports radio station licensed to Washington, D.C. and serving the Washington metro operates w watts in the daytime and 2, watts at night using a directional antenna around the clock. WSBN's studios are on Jenifer Street in Northwest Washington.
The transmitter is located off Black Rock Road in Germantown, Maryland.The Weavers on AccuRadio. Free customizable online radio with unlimited skips. Listen now!