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KDKA (1020 k Hz AM) is a Class A (clear channel) radio station, owned and operated by Entercom and licensed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Its studios are located at the combined Entercom Pittsburgh facility in the Foster Plaza on Holiday Drive in Green Tree, and its transmitter site is at Allison Park.Guide to the Genie Chance papers 1964-1977 Collection number: HMC-0084. She served as a State Representative (1969-1975) and a State Senator (1975-1979). Biographical note: Genie Chance was born in Texas in 1927. From 1946 to 1949 she worked as an instructor of speech and radio at North Texas State University. She worked as a newscaster and editorialist at KENI-radio-television and KFQD radio from 1962 until 1964, when she left to form her own public relations firm. The photographs were taken by Genie Chance while she was a reporter in Anchorage. The second series, legislative papers, contains her legislative subject files for the years 1969-1976, and includes correspondence and other materials on various state and federal commissions and departments, the Alaska Legislative Council, Alaska House and Senate bills, various Alaskan subjects, and her legislative mailing lists. Records include files on the Salvation Army, Anchorage Natural Gas, and the Alaska Centennial commission. File names are commonly by subject or by bill number.
This Limited Commercial grant was consistent with the standard practice being followed at this time, for licenses issued to companies engaging in private radio communication.
Collection summary: The papers of a broadcast journalist and Alaska state legislator. degree from North Texas State University in 1946 and did graduate studies at Baylor University.
Language of materials: Collection materials in English. Includes fires at Penguin Club, Luckey’s, Alaska Housing Corp.
The effort to establish Westinghouse's radio industry presence was led by company vice president H. However, because of the competitive advantage RCA had in international and marine communications, initially there appeared to be limited opportunities available to Westinghouse.
Although it would gain its fame as a broadcasting station, KDKA actually originated as part of a project to establish private radiotelegraph links between Westinghouse's East Pittsburgh factory and its other facilities, to avoid the business expense of paying for telegraph and telephone lines.