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Abbreviation for nuclear, biologic, chemical, as types of mass-casualty weapons.
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She free-lanced in Chicago and was principal horn in the Chicago NBC Radio Orchestra (1941-50), where she was the only woman and one of the youngest members.
The brief interview started off NBC radio's Monitor program, which debuted June 12, 1955.
The first chapter begins to trace the term, "mass communication," from the use by David Sarnoff to promote the new NBC radio network in the 1920s more as a rhetorical or PR term.
Solari, who graduated from the UO in 1946 with a degree in psychology and went on to work for NBC Radio, Radio Free Asia and Bechtel Engineering, makes her home in Aptos, Calif., these days.
6 Which soap, screened for the last time in September 2009, began life as a 15-minute daily drama on NBC radio in 1937 before moving to television in 1952 and is the world's longest-running soap opera?
25, 1937, on NBC Radio to Irna Phillips and moved to CBS Radio in 1947 and then to TV on June 30, 1952.
By the time KSD became affiliated with the NBC Radio Network, the local station had assumed a low profile, from which it would not emerge for several years.
She has produced medical documentaries for CNN and written for ABC News, National Public Radio and NBC Radio. She can be reached at keco@mindspring.com or through her website www.yogastars.org.
He also edited a USDA newsletter that was distributed to farm broadcasters across the country; he broadcast a live weekly report for five years on "The National Farm and Home Hour" on NBC radio when its Washington studios were in the old Sheraton Park Hotel; and he was a regular contributor to ABC's "American Farmer" and CBS's "Columbia's Country Journal."
She pointed to the 1945 dinner, which included one of President Franklin Roosevelt's last public appearances and had a list of entertainers that include the NBC radio orchestra.
NBC Radio boss Red Mueller, who had been a war correspondent, hired him for Monitor, a groundbreaking radio magazine program he was producing.
On his return, he travelled to Hollywood where he was band leader and director on an NBC radio show that featured Frank Sinatra, and Henderson became Sinatra's musical director when they went on the road together.