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WWL Radio Dawnbusters program ran for twenty years in New Orleans. WWL Radio Dawnbusters The "Dawnbusters" radio program debuted on WWL in 1937. It was that era's version televsion's "Today" show, or "Good Morning America." Since many people commuting to work in the 1930s did so via public transit, Dawnbusters wasn't "drive-time" radio as we know it now. In the photo, Margie O'Dair chats with Henry Dupre, as bandleader Pinky Vidacovich watches. Do you remember "Dawnbusters?" WWL-AM The first commercial radio station in New Orleans began as a student effort at Loyola University in New Orleans. WWL broadcast from the...
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