Station: WCFL Chicago
Date: November, 1966
Ron Britain's radio career spanned 11 presidential administrations.
Britain's first radio gig was at WHAS Louisville in 1949, when Harry Truman was the 33rd president. He worked in radio throughout the entire second half of the 20th century, and into the 21st century as well when George Bush 44 occupied the White House. In between, he jocked at leading stations such as WSAI and WKRC Cincinnati, WHK Cleveland, KCMO Kansas City, WCFL, WIND, WJMK, WTMX, WLUP and WLS-FM Chicago. His last radio stop was WRLL "Real Oldies", a short-lived nostalgia station that also featured Chicago legends Tommy Edwards, Larry Lujack, "World Famous" Tommy Edwards, Scotty Brink and Jerry G. Bishop.
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(The Bill Dulmage Collection)
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