The two-time Associated Press award-winning The 11th Hour with Doug Herendeenmixes community, commentary and your calls. The program has a rotating roster of guest co-hosts and frequent guests such as Dr. Gabe Mirkin, Penn State Altoona Musicologist - Record Collector Jerry Zolten, Blair County Master Gardener Tom Ford, collectibles expert Harry Rinker of Whatcha' Got? and more
First off, we ARE still on over the internet - click the Listen Live icon at the top of this page.
(make sure you alllow the pop-up player on your browser)
There was a fire over the weekend near our transmitter site over the weekend - some very important and hard-to-replace transmission lines to the transmittler were destroyed.
Verizon is working on it, and we'll back back as soon as they can replace them.
Today's morning Talkblock shows with Roger Corey and other Altoona Radio Legends and Musicologist Jerry Zolten will be replayed at later dates.
If it's frustrating for you - Thank you, we'll take that as a compliment, and we appreciate your patience.
There's no other way to get audio to your transmitter? Get a smartphone out to the tx site, "ListenLive" on it, then patch that into the tx input. And you didn't always have a special Verizon line; where's the hardware you used to use?
Reggie Arford email@example.com
We've had a special Verizon line since at least 1998. I'm not sure what they did before that. Also, can we borrow your smart phone?
Monday October 12th
Dr. Gabe Mirkin
Dr. Gabe Mirkin on Fitness & Health Facebook page
Dr. Mirkin on Twitter
Tuesday October 13th
Dr. G. Terry Madonna
Franklin & Marshall College
on the (Lack of a) State Budget
Keith Junior High School Jacket
size XXL, 1990's vintage, new-old-stock, never worn,
mint condition, from non-smoking home, from J.R. Sports - $150
model FM-1, made in Philadelphia, works - $100
School Patches &...
Monday October 5th
Master Gardener Tom Ford
472-7986 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Penn State Cooperative Extension/Blair County Facebook
Tuesday October 6th
Wednesday October 7th
Harry Rinker, host of "Whatcha' Got?"