Special Presentation: Clyde Haehnle Remembering WLW & VOA


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AmateurLogic.TV Special Presentation: Clyde Haehnle, Remembering WLW 500 KW Super Power and Building VOA Bethany Relay Station. Recorded May 17, 2014 at the National VOA Museum of Broadcasting. Clyde was the last surviving engineer from the WLW 500 KW era. His stories recount some of the major achievements in broadcasting during it’s heyday.

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You will probably also like our special 2013 tour of the VOA Museum.

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George Thomas, W5JDX, is co-host of AmateurLogic.TV, an original amateur radio video program hosted by George Thomas (W5JDX), Tommy Martin (N5ZNO), Peter Berrett (VK3PB), and Emile Diodene (KE5QKR). Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “Special Presentation: Clyde Haehnle Remembering WLW & VOA”

  • Ron Wright, N9EE:

    I lived for about a year close, in Middletown, OH, to WLW and the VOA station about half way between Dayton and Cincinnati just off I75.

    Never got to visit the stations, but could see the antennas from I75.

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