Monkey on a Turntable: Living on Love & Leftovers in Local Radio

Dear Online Reader:

"There were three great changes affecting the broadcast industry in the mid-1950s, and if you owned or operated a local radio station, they were all bad." But if you worked for a station, they set the scene for some wonderful, if often unintended, comedy.

Thank you for your interest in Monkey on a Turntable. It's our pleasure to provide you with this revised and expanded digital copy of the original book.

Please read and enjoy the first three chapters of the book "on us." If you choose to continue reading - and we know you will - we ask that you pay the tiny sum of $3.00 U.S. to help defer the cost of this site. After expenses, any profit will go to the Kiwanis Club of Columbus (Ohio) Scholarship Fund. Please see the payment site following the third chapter.

Now, sit back and enjoy this rollicking tale of how local radio was “made” in a mid-size market in middle America in the middle of the last century.

Mincemeat Publishing


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