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ROBERT W. MORGAN
A decade after starting at one legendary Los Angeles radio station, Robert W. Morgan got a gig at another.
Robert W. Morgan's dream to wotk at KMPC came true in 1975 when he took a weekend split-shift at the legendary Los Angeles station. Some were surprised that the long-time KHJ morning man would take this step, but it proved to be a good idea when Morgan succeeded Dick Whittinghill in mornings at KMPC four years later. This is his first show.
Enjoy Robert W. Morgan on KMPC from August 6, 1979 (UNSCOPED) ... in the Aircheck of the Week.
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