Wednesday, January 13, 2016

An Historic Moment at 40th and Brandywine

In 2003, just before our annual luncheon at Thurmont Maryland's COZY INN our honorary WTOPer, Ace Photographer and official Thurmont Luncheon Historian, Richard Webb, took Buddy Belote aside and recorded Buddy's memory of probably being the very first Radio Engineer in America to record using that "new fangled" audio miracle from Nazi Germany, AUDIO TAPE.
It was an historical moment in broadcasting.

The story begins with the golden voice of photographer Richard Webb traveling with Chuck Langdon and Lee Shephard on their way to the 20th WTOP Luncheon Reunion at Thurmont.


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