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Eight Scouts To Receive Awards Sunday

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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
September
Year
1960
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Saline Radio Station OK'd

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Day
25
Month
October
Year
1956
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Anicka Elected To Saline Radio Board

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Day
29
Month
January
Year
1957
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Ground Broken For Saline Radio Station

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Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
March
Year
1957
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Construction Of New WOIA Radio Tower, August 1957

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 20, 1957
Caption
SALINE'S NEW RADIO TOWER RISES: Construction of Saline's new radio broadcasting station, near Saline-Ann Arbor and Pleasant Lake Rds., nears completion as the contractor's erectors, (shown above) raise one of two 170-foot towers. Shown, standing between them, is Meredith Bixby, president of the Saline Broadcasting Co. The station will operate from sunrise to sundown on the 1290 kilocycle band, reaching a planned audience of 250,000 listeners. Total cost of the installation will be approximately $40,000.

Radio Station Starts Monday

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Day
3
Month
January
Year
1958
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Exterior Of New WOIA Radio Station - 3001 Brassow Road, January 1958

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 4, 1958
Caption
NEW STATION: This 45x33-foot building (above) at 3001 Brassow Rd., Lodi township, houses radio station WOIA. It begins daily dawn-to-sunset commercial broadcasting Monday on 1290 kilocycles.The building was designed by Walter T. Anicka & Associates of Ann Arbor and houses three offices, a library-storage room, besides studio and control rooms (right) and other facilities. Meredith Bixby is president of the Saline Broadcasting Co. which owns WOIA. It will beam programs to listeners within a 20-mile radius, using two 175-foot antennas and 500 watts of power. The station will be dedicated during a limited broadcast period between 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow.