Monthly Archives: September 2016

Where is the AUDIO?

Greetings – that has been the question of the week.  We had a tremendous lightning storm a while back and soon after our web feed audio disappeared.  After many days of checking settings and looking for a smoking gun (or chip), a couple of dangling wire ends were found under our punch board.  The other […]

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FTV: WOAS History 2016

      The first official broadcast of the WOAS radio station started at 8:00 AM on Friday, December 15, 1978. The station installed in two study rooms of the Ontonagon Area Schools library and the first manager was OAHS librarian, Thomas Graham Lee. At the time, the station featured two reel-to-reel players and two vinyl record […]

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FRV: Deak Harp

    “No one wants to see a drunken bluesman anymore”.  Pretty profound words from Deak Harp who was just that and as a result, he was considered a five time loser (as in ‘failed rehab five times’), messed up, unreliable, and black balled by just about all the blues clubs in New York and Chicago.  “They […]

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