Author: Ronald DeHart

Ron DeHart is a former newspaper and broadcast journalist and a retired Public Affairs Officer from both the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Navy/Naval Reserve. His historical accounts of Pacific Northwest broadcasting are published by Puget Sound Media.  
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Pat O’Day Tribute: He Showed Us All How it’s Done

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iHeart Stations: ‘Agents of their Own Demise’

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When Broadcast Journalism Blossomed — Edward R. Would Be Proud

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A Ticket to Broadcasting

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‘Buy the World a Coke’ & Top-40 Gold

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Longevity Broadcasters Still Shine

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Seattle AOR War: Slaton & Crow – 50 Years of Solid Rockin’

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Bobby Bare & Bill Parsons: Whose Song was it Anyway?

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“Only You . . .” – a Birthday for America’s Public Service Ad King

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Pilots of the Airwaves – a tribute to Deejays

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Woe-Woe: Indiana’s Clear Channel Powerhouse

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Bill Drake, KHJ and . . . ‘The History of Rock and Roll’

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Stand by on the Set . . . for Bill Brubaker

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Danny Holiday – Rock ‘n’ Roll Time Machine

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Don Courtnay – Big Voice at KJR

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KAYO: C&W Pioneer In Seattle

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Radio Realities: Ever Been There? (KOL’s Last Day – Part 2)

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Epitaph to a Lost Americana: ‘Day the Music Died’

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Plane Crash Rocked Music World: ‘Day the Music Died’

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Recalling KYYX-FM

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Bill Ballance — KFWB Los Angeles

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C-FUN 141: Springboard for Robinson & McCormick

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It All Started in Yakima for Jerry Kaye

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Silver Bells: Embracing the Myth

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1975 Flashback — KJR Rock n Roll Christmas