I Invented WiFi — Really!

My first program director job was working for a wild man named John Tenaglia in Philadelphia at a General Cinema radio station with a signal you could only hear in a helicopter or so it seemed. The call letters were WIFI (92.5 FM). I say I invented WiFi because I pulled the plug on our Drake-Chenault automation "Hit Parade" to introduce live "Stereo Hits". Worked with some great people like Bill Figenshu and Mike Anderson, now publisher of STL Media. Lee Abrams also tangled with Johnny T in his career and we all survived and I guess were better off for&hellip