WMLO   
1972 Bud summer 5-8PM.  Summertime 1972, I got a call from an Emerson buddy,
Bill Barry.  He got me my first commercial radio job, at WMLO.

WHYN-FM
1972-1973 Bud weekends.  Finished college working at WHYN & then WBIS.

WBIS
1973 Bud Weekends.  The station that made Mike Toscano famous.

WILI
1973-1974 “Rockin’ with Bud” Mid-days.  Great station.  Album rock, and we
picked out our own music.  Wayne Norman did mornings (and still does!) and is
now a really a radio legend along with his UConn sports casting.  Terry Lee did
afternoons and Les Morrell evenings.  Check out WILI’s Website.  See “history”   
http://www.wili.com/am/


WTXL
1974 Summer   Gary Morgan PM Drive.  The “other” Springfield Rock station in the
70’s. Staff included PD & Morning Guy Kevin O’Neill (Brownell)

WRCQ   
1974-1975 Gary Hunter Evenings.  Part of the original staff that included:
Lou Terry (mornings) Kent Clark (Mid-days) Bob Marx (PM Drive)
1974-1975 Con-current with WRCQ & WCCC.  Instructor at CSB.

WCCC
1975    Gary Hunter PM Drive.  Hired by Rusty Potts, I was a jock at the station 30
years ago when it switched to album rock.  Recently, I was on-air with Mike
Karolyi to reminisce about those early days.  

WWCO  
Gary Hunter.  Was all set to take over morning show when I caught laryngitis
during my week long audition.  Now that sucked.

WQQW  
1975   Gary Hunter Program Director/ Mornings.


Dialtone Disco
1975-1978      Gary Hunter.  Six nights a week.  Hired jocks for three clubs.

WCNX   
1977 Did fill in during Dialtone years. Most notably doing morning drive during
that jock's vay-kay.

WIOF Magic 104  
1989 Returned to on air working part time for Jack Carney, shortly after Lou Terry
passed away.

WMAS-FM           
1989-1990   Mornings.  “Mike and the Hunter”.

WTIC-FM     
1991-1992.  Sales.  Sales Manager finalist, which means I didn’t get the job.  So I
left.  Gary Craig & Damon Scott are still there. They made sales easy.  Great
personalities at events.

WPOP - MAGIC 104; STAR104.1, Radio 104
1992-1995 Sales (& a ton of production) and Sales Manager.  Bob Lang, Lee
Gordon, AJ Austin, the late Judy Jarvis, Jeff Katz, Steve Spencer, Cary Paul,
Frankie B., Missy Robinson, Eddie Roland, Tammy Rabbet & many more.  Great
place to work.

Lewney Toonz Comedy Club   
1992-1993 Gary Hunter.  I warmed up the crowd for the comedians during my Star
104.1 era.

WHCN-FM  
Con-current with Radio 104 & WPOP. Sales.  Picozzi & the Horn.  Litch.  The
station is “a waste of a signal” currently. (The River?  Please…)  Liberty
Broadcasting killed this station.

WBCN-FM  
1995-1996  Sales Manager. Working at WBCN was a horror show.  The jocks were
extremely hard to work with.  The PD was a Roman God.  Or Greek.  Sales people
didn’t matter. The Sales & General Manager lied.  Everyone was paid well.  But
there was no communication.  THE worst.  Great call letters & so it sounded good
at the time.

WAAF-FM   
1996 Account Manager.  Opie & Anthony were the morning guys.  They were great
to work with.  John Osterland was terrific also. Wrong time, I had to move back to
Hartford.


WKCD     
1997.   Sales Manager.  It had to end sometime.  Gary Girarde’s station would be
where it ended for me.