Raven's 30th Anniversary

Historic Moments~


Raven Radio’s 30th Anniversary Celebrations began with an interactive radio hoohaa called “Hello Central” hosted by John Straley and Steve Langhorst. We’ll be posting many pictures and sounds from the week, but we’ll start with the complete (almost) recording of “Hello Central” posted in two parts below as well as the slideshow above featuring images from the Raven Radio’s first 30 years…thanks Megan Pasternak for compiling it! And remember…just click on the slideshow then look in the upper left corner to make it full screen!


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