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Among the engineers operating the WSB control room at the Biltmore Hotel in the '30s was Mark Toalson, who later became WSB-TV's first production manager.
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WSB personalities Ernie Rogers and Lambdin Kay would do almost anything, including serving as trainmen for the Southern Railroad, for a donation to the "Unorganized Cheerful Givers," radio's first marathon charity program.
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The 1930 announcing staff included (L-standing) Fritz Hirsch, Frank Crowther ("Red Cross"), and Marcus Bartlett; (seated) Roy McMillan, Lou Zoeller was director of the "Sunset club."
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The mid-'30s WSB staff orchestra accompanied some of the nation's most famous musical stars. Members were (L-standing) Harry Hearn, (unidentified) and Jay Matthiessen; (seated) Marcus Bartlett, Louise Brown, Mac Wooten and Mildred Brown.
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