West Virginia radio: securing the ‘enduring power and value’ of the Mountain State’s local stations

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West Virginia radio: securing the ‘enduring power and value’ of the Mountain State’s local stations

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As a child growing up, Bob Spencer dreamed of working in radio. His aspiration blossomed into reality as soon as he earned his FCC (Federal Communications Commission) license as a young teenager, opening the path for him to land his first broadcasting gig. Positions at WJLS and WCIR served as the genesis of Spencer’s radio career, in 1977. Spencer had earned his license to broadcast even before he had gotten his license to drive.

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