It was the middle of the last century. Radio was being dealt what many thought would be a death blow. Network television was new and exciting. Advertising dollars were fleeing the old medium for the new, and taking with them radio's brightest stars: Bob Hope, Red Skelton, Amos 'n Andy, and so many more.
At just this point, Ken Keller arrived in radio armed with an audition tape and a passion for broadcasting. Inventing a career as the medium sought to reinvent itself, Ken was soon caught up in the chaos and comedy of local radio.
Through this rollicking, coming-of-age story, you'll meet the men and women who "made radio" in Columbus, Ohio, in the '50s and '60s, and relive the competition between stations that preceded conglomerate ownership. Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear - when radio truly was the voice of a people.