Yesterday Once More Radio Update

Old-Time Radio at It’s Best

Hello all, have we been busy at YESTERDAY ONCE MORE RADIO. We have a new person doing our jingles and is he good, yes he is.

I have been working on the Radio Vault to get everything in order. As I said earlier, when I was filming the “Outdoor Sportsman” television show, I started collecting Old-Time Radio Programs. Over the years the collection has grown to over 8,600 episodes of radio programs.

I am also using three different software programs to clean the radio programs I have. Using the three programs, I am able to get a lot of the unwanted clicks, pops and scratches off, the result is clean sounding programs for you to listen to and enjoy.

Old-Time Radio is not only my hobby it’s my passion. I hope to educate, preserve and save Old-Time Radio Programs. Just stop and think for a moment. During the 30s, 40’s and 50’s Radio was the main form of entertainment in the homes of America. It brought the news from the battle fields of World War II. It also brought the news and entertainment from home to our men and women over seas.
I will talk about this important part of hour history in some upcoming blogs that I know you will enjoy.

I received an e-mail from a listener the other day that made me a little upset, but I thought I would air it hear so you know how I feel. The listener told me I should remove any commercials that have cigarettes in them. The commercials are as much a part of the programs as, the programs themselves. I will not edit out anything that is from the start of a program to the end of it. To edit out anything would destroy what I am trying to present. Yes, I know there are cigarette commercials in them but, that’s the way they were broadcast and that’s the way you will hear them.

Please, if you like Old-Time Radio programs as well and you think we are doing the job, will you please take a look at the Paypal Donation Button on this page and help us keep our radio station commercial free. Anything you can give will help us grow.

Well, back to the studio, have a wonderful day,
Fred

YESTERDAY ONCE MORE RADIO
UPDATE
Old-Time Radio at It’s Best

Hello all, have we been busy at YESTERDAY ONCE MORE RADIO. We have a new person doing our jingles and is he good, yes he is.

I have been working on the Radio Vault to get everything in order. As I said earlier, when I was filming the “Outdoor Sportsman” television show, I started collecting Old-Time Radio Programs. Over the years the collection has grown to over 8,600 episodes of radio programs.

I am also using three different software programs to clean the radio programs I have. Using the three programs, I am able to get a lot of the unwanted clicks, pops and scratches off, the result is clean sounding programs for you to listen to and enjoy.

Old-Time Radio is not only my hobby it’s my passion. I hope to educate, preserve and save Old-Time Radio Programs. Just stop and think for a moment. During the 30s, 40’s and 50’s Radio was the main form of entertainment in the homes of America. It brought the news from the battle fields of World War II. It also brought the news and entertainment from home to our men and women over seas.
I will talk about this important part of hour history in some upcoming blogs that I know you will enjoy.

I received an e-mail from a listener the other day that made me a little upset, but I thought I would air it hear so you know how I feel. The listener told me I should remove any commercials that have cigarettes in them. The commercials are as much a part of the programs as, the programs themselves. I will not edit out anything that is from the start of a program to the end of it. To edit out anything would destroy what I am trying to present. Yes, I know there are cigarette commercials in them but, that’s the way they were broadcast and that’s the way you will hear them.

Please, if you like Old-Time Radio programs as well and you think we are doing the job, will you please take a look at the Paypal Donation Button on this page and help us keep our radio station commercial free. Anything you can give will help us grow.

Well, back to the studio, have a wonderful day,
Fred

YESTERDAY ONCE MORE RADIO
UPDATE
Old-Time Radio at It’s Best

Hello all, have we been busy at YESTERDAY ONCE MORE RADIO. We have a new person doing our jingles and is he good, yes he is.

I have been working on the Radio Vault to get everything in order. As I said earlier, when I was filming the “Outdoor Sportsman” television show, I started collecting Old-Time Radio Programs. Over the years the collection has grown to over 8,600 episodes of radio programs.

I am also using three different software programs to clean the radio programs I have. Using the three programs, I am able to get a lot of the unwanted clicks, pops and scratches off, the result is clean sounding programs for you to listen to and enjoy.

Old-Time Radio is not only my hobby it’s my passion. I hope to educate, preserve and save Old-Time Radio Programs. Just stop and think for a moment. During the 30s, 40’s and 50’s Radio was the main form of entertainment in the homes of America. It brought the news from the battle fields of World War II. It also brought the news and entertainment from home to our men and women over seas.
I will talk about this important part of hour history in some upcoming blogs that I know you will enjoy.

I received an e-mail from a listener the other day that made me a little upset, but I thought I would air it hear so you know how I feel. The listener told me I should remove any commercials that have cigarettes in them. The commercials are as much a part of the programs as, the programs themselves. I will not edit out anything that is from the start of a program to the end of it. To edit out anything would destroy what I am trying to present. Yes, I know there are cigarette commercials in them but, that’s the way they were broadcast and that’s the way you will hear them.

Please, if you like Old-Time Radio programs as well and you think we are doing the job, will you please take a look at the Paypal Donation Button on this page and help us keep our radio station commercial free. Anything you can give will help us grow.

Well, back to the studio, have a wonderful day,
Fred

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About Fred (The Mayor) Gaspro

I own and Operate Yesterday Once More Radio on the internet. It plays Old-Time Radio programs 24/7 without commercials. At 70 years young my life is just getting started. Old-Time radio for me is a passion. I want to preserve, present and protect as well as educate people on the value of this, one of our nations most valuable treasures.
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