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Newsman Frank Reynolds, of East Chicago, began his broadcast career holding a WJOB microphone in the 1950s for the Hammond radio station.
A bus in Hammond features advertising for the WJOB radio sports coverage in the Region in the late 1950s.
WJOB-1230 AM still broadcasts from Hammond studios, reaching 2.5 million listeners in Illinois and 500,000 listeners in Northwest Indiana.
Prior to his assassination in 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. traveled to the Region to speak, with the address broadcast by WJOB radio station.
WJOB radio in Hammond covered news and traffic in the region by air with the station's "news and traffic plane" during the 1960s.
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