Just a note to make everyone aware of a little Blog "Housekeeping" as it were. Two of the links on the left margin of the blog have been deleted..
Nostalgia Links..The Lady that was doing the site let the domain name lapse..
Clarke Ingram's DuMont History Site-Clarke's site had been hosted on AOL Hometown which went out of business at the end of October. If Clarke ever restarts the DuMont site, the link will be added back.
Also, Tonight I added a new link..Tri-State Media Watch, focusing on the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky-Southern Indiana Region. A 23 year old internet radio programmer from Florence, Ky. started the blog about a week ago, and seems to be doing a good job. He was inspired to begin his own blog from Ohio Media Watch..Best of luck to this young man..
I want to thank you very much for linking me here. It is greatly appreciated. And I will encourage any of your readers from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area to help me out - any leads you have on a story, please send them my way and I will give credit for them :)ReplyDelete
Editor of Tri-State Media Watch
Tim -- I was able to contact Eric O'Brien, the guy who hosts Pittsburgh Radio & TV Online -- he actually works with Clarke Ingram, who developed that wonderful Dumont historical website which you just removed from your list of links. Eric said that Clarke is unable to access and edit his old website, since AOL Hometown shut down at the end of October.ReplyDelete
However, it IS possible for all of us to see archived versions of his Dumont site by visiting the Internet Archive's "Wayback Machine" here:
Just enter this URL: (http://members.aol.com/cingram/television/dumont.htm) into the search box, and archived snapshots of the website will pop up.
What a shame to lose the unique Dumont historical website! I hope Mr. Ingram is able to revive it soon.
Looks like part of the URL may have been cut off in my earlier post. The Dumont historical website ends with "/dumont.htm"ReplyDelete
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