Reminiscing about radio with the Museum of Broadcast Communications’ Jim Carlton

Steve Dale's Other World

FILE – In this Nov. 15, 1992 file photo, Bruce Dumont, president of the Museum of Broadcast Communication, far left, stands with inductees, from left, ABC radio pioneer Leonard Goldenson, country music’s Porter Wagoner, Detroit radio personality J.P. McCarthy, and “Top 40” host Casey Kasem, into the museum’s Hall of Fame in Chicago, Ill. Also participating in the ceremony is Paul Harvey, far right. Kasem, the smooth-voiced radio broadcaster who became the king of the top 40 countdown, died Sunday, June 15, 2014, according to Danny Deraney, publicist for Kasem’s daughter, Kerri. He was 82. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell, file)

Interim Executive of the Museum of Broadcast Communication, Jim Carlton calls Steve Dale to discuss the history of radio. Together they explore the origins of radio and how it’s changed over time. They also reminisce on some of the greats in the field and Steve reminisces on his own experiences working in radio.

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Steve Dale, certified animal behavior consultant, is host of two nationally syndicated radio shows–Steve Dale’s Pet World and The Pet Minute–as well as host of Steve Dale’s Pet World, WGN Radio, Chicago. (Click for more.)

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