1. What radio personality
influenced you into getting into radio?
Q and A with
The whole crew at WFIL as they came on.
2. Which KQV contest or
promotion was your favorite?
The KQV History Of Bubblegum weekend, which was killed in progress
by ABC. We were told to give fake histories of the groups and be
way outrageous ("...receiving training in opera at at early age,...").
Prizes were albums of bubblegum music and hammers.
3. What moment was the
highlight of your time at KQV?
This won't make sense to anyone but me. It was the day the jock pictures
went up in the studio, and there I was, one of only six. Everybody was
so much better than I was, that I guess I didn't feel like I belonged till
4. Of all the personalities
you worked with at KQV, which one(s) were your favorite(s) to listen to?
Fred Winston was funnier off the air than on, though when he filled in
for the morning show it was classic. I think of the others, Jim Quinn
was the most consistently 'on'.
5. If you had to pick
one hit song you played at KQV, which one did you really hate?
I can't say I did actually HATE any. Not that I remember.
6. What was your favorite
jingle or jingle package from your days at KQV?
Don't know the package titles, but generally, ALL the jingles over my two
years were great! .