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Jud Collins anchored the Channel 4 news and the Noon Show on WSM-TV in the 1950's

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Teddy Bart hosting his talk show at WLAC in the 1980's

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Ruth Ann Leach also was a WLAC talk show host in the '80's

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WLAC's third talk show host in the 1980's was Les Jameson

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Larry Munson, now voice of the Georgia Bulldogs, as sports anchor at WSIX-TV

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Frank Jolle was WMAK's popular nighttime personality in the mid-1960's

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"Hoss" Allen was another popular R & B disc jockey at WLAC

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The whole gang of nighttime WLAC dj's also included Gene Nobles and Herman Grizzard

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Coyote McCloud was one of Nashville's top dee jay's for more than 20 years

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Ken Bramming as a young WSIX radio announcer

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Kids of all ages love Miss Nancy on Romper Room on WSIX-TV

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Teddy Bart and Larry Munson teamed up to co-host a show on WSM Radio in the 1960's

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Snowbird---Channel 4's popular "weatherman"

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WSM-TV's Boyce Hawkins as Grandpa Moses

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Jim Kent was Cap't Crook on WSIX-TV

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Ken Bramming (left) with Noel Ball, popular WMAK radio and WSIX-TV dj and personality

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Jud Collins on the Noon Show with Maureen O'Hara

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Teddy Bart and Karlen Evins hosted "Teddy Bart's Roundtable" on several Nashville radio stations

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Gerry House has had Nashville's #1-rated morning show on WSIX for two decades

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A very young Brenda Lee was a guest with Miss Norma on Romper Room on WSIX-TV

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Oprah Winfrey as she looked at 17 when she worked at WVOL

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Even WSM's Ralph Emery had to eat once in a while

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Hudley Crockett anchored the nightly news on WSIX-TV

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Chris Clark recently retired as the longtime Channel 5 news anchor

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John Richbourg (John R) was one of WLAC's popular R & B disc jockey's from the late 40's thru the 60

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Ken Bramming as Dr. Lucifer on WSIX-TV's "Shock Theater"

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Ken Bramming in later years at WAMB

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Russ McCown as Sir Cecil Creape on Channel 4

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The KQBee (Nick Archer) was this rock station's mascot

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Dave Overton, host of "5 O'Clock Hop," with Tommy Sands

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Buddy Sadler, long-time WSM newsman, with baseball great Mickey Mantle