Radio Day By The Bay: LIVE! July 26, 2014, Alameda

telephoneSlide1We have moved to Radio Central in Alameda CA, and we are building our new facility. RADIO DAY BY THE BAY will continue this year at 2 locations on Central Ave. in Alameda. Flea Market all day at Radio Central, 2152 Central Ave, Auction and entertainment at Kofman Auditorium, a block away at Alameda High School.

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11 Responses to “Radio Day By The Bay: LIVE! July 26, 2014, Alameda”

  1. Dee Haynes June 12, 2012 at 7:22 pm #

    I am asking the board members of our club, The Alabama Historical Radio Society, to
    donate 1000 dollars toward your purchase. I feel sure that the answer will be yes.
    I will be in touch in a few days.

    Dee Haynes
    president

    • steve June 13, 2012 at 11:09 am #

      Hello Dee,

      Please convey our sincere thanks to the AHRS for your offer to donate $1000 to CHRS. We think it’s extremely important to preserve radio and radio history and CHRS is so fortunate to be in the perfect place to do this. To purchase this building is to establish a site to celebrate radio in perpetuity. The radio collectors community has shown and continues to show great support for our efforts to buy KRE.

      So again we say Thank You for your pledge and support. And when any AHRS members are on the West Coast, please contact us ahead of time and we will set you up with a great tour of the CHRS Museum.

      Best Regards,
      Steve Kushman, CHRS President

    • Dale Tucker July 2, 2012 at 7:39 pm #

      Hello Dee,

      Thanks very much for your generous donation. Although I’m a native Ohioan I do have fond memories of the almost two years I spent at WABB in Moblie. I was the PD for the late Bernie Dittman’s stations in the latter sixties. Truly fell in love with the city and it’s people.

  2. Robin June 23, 2012 at 8:40 am #

    Even if you can’t afford to donate, please spread the word about this… use any of the several social media links above, print out and distribute one or both of the two pdf flyers also available above, email anyone you might think would want to know about this, even write a letter to the editor of any newspaper you happen to read. Thanks!

  3. Bob Matheson July 18, 2012 at 10:41 pm #

    I doubt I’m the only one who entered a career in broadcasting as a result of growing up with the radio stations in the Bay Area. From being KCSM-TV’s first student cameraman to retiring as the Director of Broadcasting at the American Forces Network IAFN) Broadcast Center) It was the best career I could have ever hoped for. And being asked by Red Blanchard’s daughter to write Red’s Obituary was the greatest honor I’ll ever enjoy.
    I thought of the stations I listened to most as a kid, and decided my first contribution to save the CHRS would be $740 because of the incredible influence Red Blanchard had on my career. But then I thought that’s not enough, so Emperor Gene Nelson got the nod, and I’m proud to have pitched in with $1,260.
    OK, the rest of you…get off your butt and put your money where your heart is, in the memory of those early days of broadcasting in the Bay Area. Russ Hodges, Don Sherwood, Ira Blue and many others are counting on you!!

  4. Noma Graehl July 26, 2012 at 4:03 pm #

    Where are all those KROW listeners and personalities from the 1950’s? Many of early bay area radio people started there. Phyllis Diller, Rod McCueon, Sherwood, Vernon Alley, Russ Coglin, Don Barksdale, Pat Henry, Dick Whittington; several of those names alone could buy the station for you!

  5. Dave Sutherland August 27, 2012 at 12:33 pm #

    Hi, Guys …I’ve just sent an appeal to the board of the New England Antique Radio Club for a donation. And, I know this sounds dumb, have you gotten any air time on any of the Bay Area stations to plead for your cause? Radio Gets Results.
    Dave

  6. Joe September 18, 2012 at 7:59 am #

    Great support Super Donors! Congratulations

  7. VERN HAIK July 18, 2014 at 7:08 pm #

    THIS IS GREAT” SEE YOU ON THE 26th IF NOT THE 19th AFTER WORK

    KJ6OG / 2046 CENTRAL

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