Jackson Beck's Thoughts on the Radio industry of the 1970s

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In March of 1973, Jackson Beck was a guest of Dick Bertel and Ed Corcoran on WTIC's The Golden Age of Radio (full interview here - https://www.goldenage-wtic.org/gaor-36.html). Beck was a New York city native that had, to that point, had a forty year career as a voice actor and announcer in every format from radio (The Adventures of Superman, Philo Vance), commercials, and cartoons (Bluto in Popeye). In this clip, Mr. Beck talks about his feelings on the radio industry back in the (then contemporary) 1970s.

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