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12/08 - On this day in 1940, the first NFL championship was broadcast on national radio. The Bears beat the Redskins, 73-0.
12/09 - On this day in 1940, The Longines Watch Company became the first FM radio advertiser when it signed a contract with W2XOR in New York City, an experimental station.
12/10 - On this Day in 1927, the The Grand Old Opry originated its first radio broadcast from Nashville, Tennessee.
12/11 - On this day in 1992, WNEW AM/New York, located at 1130 AM, ended broadcasting after 58 years.
12/12 - On this day in 1896, Guglielmo Marconi gave the first public demonstration of radio at Toynbee Hall, London.
12/13 - On this day in 1924, KOA-AM, Denver, Colorado, began broadcasting.
12/14 - On this day in 1975, WCPR (a Brooklyn, New York Pirate Radio station) began broadcasting on 1620 AM.
DePetro told police the men made "...threats to his employment and his well being," as reported by Philip Marcel for Providencejournal.com.
A police spokesman said the men were angered by previous comments made by DePetro about a union protest outside a fundraiser for the state General Treasurer, Gina Raimondo. DePetro referred to the protestors as "parasites." He went on to say, "...You are cockroaches. You lie. You are union hags. There's another word I'd like to use ... it begins with a W. and an H. and an O. and an R. and an E. and an S..."
According to a statement by his lawyer, posted at DePetro's website, "John DePetro has become the target of a smear campaign designed to incite hostility and violence against him and to slander him..." DePetro says he'll press charges if the men are apprehended.
Listen: You can hear John DePetro's show online at the WPRO-FM website.
12/1 - On this day in 1968, Pirate Radio Modern (259) out of England, began broadcasting.
12/2 - On this day in 1932, "The Adventures of Charlie Chan" was first broadcast on the NBC Blue Radio Network.
12/3 - On this day in 1950, Paul Harvey began broadcasting his show nationally.
12/4 - On this day in 1954, Billboard magazine reported that New York Supreme Court Justice, Carroll J. Walker, denied Disc-Jockey, Alan Freed, any further use of the nickname "Moon Dog" on his radio show.
12/5 - On this day in 2003, Lafollette, Tennessee: DJ Jerry Monday and his wife were found dead in their home. Monday was the morning man on WLAF AM 1450, a Gospel-formatted Radio station.
12/6 - On this day in 1923. U.S. President Calvin Coolidge became the president to deliver a presidential address on the Radio.
12/7 - On this day in 1960, WABC-AM, debuted its "Top 40" format.
The Mike Huckabee Show launched in April of 2012 and the last program will air December 12. His program generally aired from noon until 3 p.m. opposite Rush Limbaugh's long successful daily program.
Huckabee also said in his post, "I have opportunities in some other areas that cannot be accomplished given the 8-9 hours a day I was devoting to the daily long form show." Many of the comments posted by his Facebook followers wondered if this was more in preparation for a second run for President:
"I hate to hear this unless it's because you are planning a run for President." - Curt
"Can't do a radio show and be president at the same time! Go Mike!" - Freda
"Oh, PLEASE say you are going to run for President..." - Jonnie
Huckabee will still continue The Huckabee Report, three short daily commentaries that are nationally syndicated to hundreds of radio stations.
11/24 - On this day in 1926, KVI-AM, Seattle, Washington began broadcasting.
11/25 - On this day in 1960, "Amos 'n' Andy" made its last broadcast on the CBS Radio Network.
11/26 - On this day in 1979, Dan Ingram did his first morning show at WABC after many years as the afternoon drive personality.
11/27 - On this day in 1984, long time St. Louis Radio personality, Jack Carney, died. He is best remember for his stints at WIL and KMOX.
11/28 - On this day in 1925, "The Grand Ole Opry" debuted on WSM, Nashville under the name "Barn Dance".
11/29 - On this day in 2008, legendary "Boss Radio" programmer, Bill Drake, died of lung cancer. He was 71.
11/30 - On this day in 1929, Dick Clark, famous for "American Bandstand" on television and countless "countdown" shows on Radio, was born.