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  • By MU Tiger Fan on September 14, 2011

    My first scan of the book was a quick trip back in time: I grew up in Des Moines and worked in the WHO newsroom in the 1950's. I knew most of the people pictured; a few came before me, a few after me. But I was disappointed that there was no mention of a highly popular afternoon program hosted by one Betty Brady, and subsequently by "Betty Baker," the on-air name my mother inherited when she assumed the role of program "hostess," and expanded the show to 45 minutes daily for a decade or more. But that oversight would not have detracted me from buying the book, a good read for old time radio buffs. It provides insight into the kind of programming and means of conveying news and information that loyal listeners once just took for granted: radio would, well, just always be there, right? Radio is still there, but not in the form that WHO once provided.

  • By NKT on August 21, 2013

    I've been listening to WHO for over 40 years and this book is really great. I'm really enjoying all the articles

  • By Melissa Kutcher on July 1, 2015

    Nice pictorial review of one of Iowa's early radio stations. The book is easy to look at, and a great conversation piece for radio buffs as well as Iowans.


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