The Death of Traditional Broadcasting / by Victor Currie

I remember first visiting the old Channel 13 studio in LA in 1966 with my dad (I don't remember exactly why, as I was only six years old at the time, but I do remember visiting the set of Dialing for Dollars at one point, so I'm guessing Dad was doing some kind of appearance or exhibit at the time and promoting it. I wonder how many people actually watched that show... But I digress). It's being demolished now, and having spent much of my life and career in-and-around broadcasting, I couldn't help feel a twinge of nostalgia as the big old dishes lay in the dirt. It felt like a metaphor for the broadcast industry today.