Norm Gregory Radio Scrapbook: KOMO June 1991 (Audio)

by Norm Gregory on May 9, 2012

in 1991, Audio, KOMO, Radio Scrapbook

KOMO Morning CrewPretty much every year I was at KOMO (1984-1994) for six weeks I would fill in for the vacationing Larry Nelson at the KOMO Breakfast Table.

KOMO, Norm Gregory For Larry Nelson, June 25. 1991, pt 1

KOMO, Norm Gregory For Larry Nelson, June 25. 1991, pt 2

What is going on here? I have been digging through My Collection of photos, news clippings and other documents from my 35 years in radio. The daily postings began on May 19, 2011. The Collection can be sorted:

By radio station: KPUG • KJRB • KJR • KZOK • KQFM • KOMO • KJR-FM

By year: 1961 • 1963 • 1967 • 1968 • 1969 • 1970 • 1971 • 1972
1973 • 1974 • 1975 • 1976 • 1977 • 1978 • 1979 • 1980 • 1981 • 1994

1 Kris Lindstrom May 24, 2012 at 11:23 pm

Don’t know if you’ve heard of Mike Klingler, BUT-he’s a NW guy, (Pdx) seemingly motivated by pure integrity, and, after 100’s of BS business models, I truly find him both refreshing and totally energizing! I have ZERO axe to grind, have no $$$ “dog” in this race…I just thought you’d find him a resource worth keeping on your biz (and personal) radars. He’s already made his personal “big bank”–he certainly doesn’t need our ducats, so I BELIEVE his motivation to be based on his desire to “help” others find some meaningful direction and purpose. ( I’m an “old school” idealist Norm, still believing that there are a few left–strictly motivated by the goodness of their hearts!!).
Enjoy this lengthy weekend, and again…THANK you for re-introducing me to what had become some “long-lost memories & motivators”!

2 Norm Gregory May 25, 2012 at 1:12 am

Don’t know nor have heard of Mr. Klingler. Which isn’t too surprising since it’s been over ten years since I have paid much attention to local, regional or any other kind of radio.

So . . I have no “biz radar.” It’s all in the long past. I think 35 years was enough.

For the last year I have been busy digging up the memorabilia and posting what I can here . . . and then it’s gone.

But . . . thanks for taking the time to type.

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