This Emerson radio dates back to the late 1940′s. The cabinet was designed by the studios of Raymond Loewy, famed industrial designer. Lowey was responsible for the design of the Shell Oil logo, Studebaker automobiles, Coca-cola products and the US postal service eagle logo. It was quite unusual for a company like Emerson to build … Read More »
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The prefab building is now at the end of the assembly line, meaning delivery will be soon! Related posts: I can’t find the Listen Buttons!! Photos of our new transmitter building – up in the air! Spring Pledge Drive Success!
These transmitters will soon be replaced. Main transmitter Auxiliary Transmitter Related posts: New Transmitter Needs a Name! Fancy new things to click! CONNECTIVITY ISSUES
WBJC is in the process of installing a new precast building to house two new transmitters and ancillary equipment for analog and HD transmission. Here you see the preliminary work on the slab foundation for the new building. Here’s the completed foundation. The building to the right houses WBJC’s … Read More »
A very difficult replacement procedure Related posts: I can’t find the Listen Buttons!! Cool ways to listen! POWER OUTAGE – Station on low power~