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Bay Area Radio Schedule
Oakland Tribune
Monday, September 11, 1933

This radio schedule, which appeared in the September 10, 1933, edition of the Oakland Tribune, shows the programming choices for the next day. Among the selections are Doc Herrold who had originated the first broadcasting station in the Bay Area in 1909 appearing on KTAB at 7:45 a.m., popular pianist Edna Fischer at 7 p.m. on KPO, and Al Pearce and His Gang on KGO and the NBC Blue Network at 2 p.m.

The programs heard over KLX, owned by the Tribune, merit boldface type in the schedule.

SOURCE: Bay Area Radio Museum Collection.
 

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