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THIS SHOW IS NOW ON REPLAYThis show is on hold per the hosts request.Twin Cities broadcasting media history and memories transmitted digitally now.News, commercials and local programming from local TV, cable, radio and more can be relived instantly. Saturdays at 1PMBack to Homepage (https://audioboo.fm/channel/klbbradio)
 
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Bob DeFlores grew up surrounded by the entertainment community. He was born in San Francisco and raised in Hollywood, where his parents performed in movies, radio, and nightclubs. Since then he has worked to preserve those old school films, over the past 50 years he has located and preserved hundreds of films from 1900 to 1950: newsreels, comedies,…
 
Dana has been served at all sorts of Minnesotan broadcasting companies. He's served as a producer at WTCN & WCCO, a news director at KMSP, an executive producer at KSTP, an instructor at the University of Minnesota and corporate news director at Red River Broadcasting Company. Today we talk with him about his career and his experience in broadcasti…
 
Tom's guest today is local legend in the Journalism world with 40+ years under his belt. Don Effenberger is a local guy who understands state and local politics about as well as any journalist in town. He majored in journalism at the University of St. Thomas, started working as a reporter and then news editor at the Catholic Bulletin, and later mov…
 
Paul Auguston is an accomplished photographer, videographer, editor and director specializing in promotion, training and project documentation. A keen interest in his subject matter fuels Paul’s creativity and results in remarkably persuasive visual communication. Dog-sledding, mountain climbing, and exploring Egyptian pyramids are Paul’s passion. …
 
Today we talk with Brian Lambert: a former media columnist for the Pioneer Press, former movie critic for KSTP-TV, former writer and blogger for The Rake (R.I.P.) and other publications, former rural Minnesota milk truck driver, former Senate advisor, former garden seed salesman and talk radio host has a nearly unslakable thirst for the sound of hi…
 
Ron Rosenbaum was a prominent radio personality known for hosting shows such as "holding court" on KFXN-FM 100.3 Ron was also a regular guest on the The Dan Barreiro Show where he talked about pressing current issues. At the time of recording this podcast Ron was privately practicing law and enjoying life. Sadly, he recently passed away, but this i…
 
Kate Roberts is senior exhibit developer at the Minnesota Historical Society, where she has worked in various capacities since 1989. She has served as lead developer on projects including Minnesota 150, a crowd-sourced exhibit marking the state’s sesquicentennial (Minnesota History Center, 2008); and Toys of the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s, which opened a…
 
Joe Schmit joined KSTP-TV in 1985 and has won 17 Emmys from the National Television Academy. He was also honored with a National Headliner Award for leading 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS’ coverage of the 2001 death of Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman, Kory Stringer. Joe is also a regular contributor on 1500 ESPN radio. Join us as we talk to him about his ca…
 
Bernie Grace was a news director at radio stations in Virginia and Rhode Island. He then worked at television stations in Orlando, Fl, and Richmond, Va. In February 1979 he joined the KARE 11 News Team in Minnesota as a general assignment reporter. He has received awards from AP, Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Academy of Television of Ar…
 
Minnesota writer, musician, and former radio talk show host on WCCO NewsRadio 830 based in Minneapolis. He was formerly employed at City Pages, a Twin Cities alternative news, arts and entertainment publication. For 17 years he hosted The Mischke Broadcast on am1500 KSTP. His show featured quirky regular callers, a stream of consciousness humor, an…
 
Jim du Bois’ career in radio and TV spans nearly four decades. As a reporter, he’s covered everything from national political conventions to the conflict in Iraq. du Bois is the president/CEO of the Minnesota Broadcasters Association where he’s focused on transitioning traditional broadcasting to digital platforms. He was recognized by the National…
 
Barry ZeVan was an incredibly significant figure in the tv weather reporting world. He's been in broadcasting nearly 40 years and has no plans of quitting. He helped pioneer the idea of a weatherman being a personality, or being more than just a weatherman. Tune in as we talk to Barry about what he's up to now and what his favorite stories from bac…
 
Rick Shefchik is an American novelist, nonfiction writer, and journalist. He is the author of the novels Amen Corner, published in 2007, Green Monster, published August 1, 2008, Frozen Tundra, published in 2010 by North Star Press and Rather See You Dead, e-published in 2011. In 2012, he released his first nonfiction, From Fields to Fairways: Class…
 
Turi Ryder spent years as a music jock in Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. You may have heard Turi hosting her own talk show on WGN Chicago, KSTP Minneapolis, WLS Chicago, KIRO Seattle, FreeFM San Francisco, or KFI Los Angeles. Today we're going to talk with her about her experience in radio in the dotcom era.March 8, 2014…
 
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