Nearly all information used in “No, Ed Wynn Didn’t Do It,” came through internet links. Those listed below are only some of those consulted because sources with certain types of duplicated or uncontested information are not listed. It’s worth noting that misinformation and misinterpreted information abound through the internet, to which this effort has no doubt contributed.
Quest For A Third Network: Richard Ward, dept of comm. Univ. of south alabama http://pcasacas.org.seanic11.net/SiPC/25.1/Ward.pdf
WBNX-Amalgamated Broadcasting http://jeff560.tripod.com/am8.html
Broadcasting: march 1933, wynn announces network effort
Broadcasting: mutual started in September 1934 http://earlyradiohistory.us/1941cb04.htm
The Secret Story of Ed Wynn’s Greatest Mistake: http://earlyradiohistory.us/1934mis.htm
Broadcasting: amalgamated network gets started oct 1933 http://earlyradiohistory.us/1933amal.htm
Broadcasting: directory of broadcasting stats of the united states broadcasting yearbook 1939
Amalgamated Network Gets Started http://earlyradiohistory.us/1933amal.htm
Google Books: Elizabeth McLeod, Tonight The Program’s Gonna Be Different: The Life and Times of Ed Wynn
Amalgamated Broadcasting System: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalgamated_Broadcasting_System
Where The Melody Lingers On: WNEW 1934-19984:Nightingale Gordon, NY
Milton Biow: Milton Biow: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/
Milton Biow: Biow Co. Advertising Age: http://adage.com/article/adage-encyclopedia/biow/98349/
Arde Bulova: History of Bulova Corp. http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/bulova-corporation-history/
WAAM: chronology of call letters: http://broadcasting.wikia.com/wiki/Chronology_of_call_letters_WAAM
WODA: chronology of call letters: http://broadcasting.wikia.com/wiki/Chronology_of_call_letters_WODA
WNEW: chronology of call letters: http://broadcasting.wikia.com/wiki/Chronology_of_call_letters_WNEW
Kitty Kallen dies at 94. New York Times and Bill Diehl, ABC, reports below.
Former WNEW PD, Dick Carr and former WNEW News Director, Alan Walden, have collaborated on a WNEW News retrospective now appearing on “Dick Carr’s Big Bands, Ballads and Blues,” website. The second installment deals with coverage of the killing of Robert Kennedy. Click on link below.
Boris Karlof is seen here behind a WNEW microphone in 1950. It’s a photo we had not seen when a story about Karlof’s series of children’s programs on WNEW was posted on this site. (See below) The photo source is a Wikipedia history about WBBR, the financial news broadcaster, owned and operated by Bloomberg L.P., the company that bought out WNEW in 1993.