• The caption for this photo accompanying an April 4 MIT Tech Talk story on WMBR noted an

    The caption for this photo accompanying an April 4 MIT Tech Talk story on WMBR noted an "unidentified" DJ working at the MIT radio station (then called WTBS) in 1975. The DJ is James E. Clark (SB 1976, SM 1981), who produced a show called "The Ghetto" in the 1970s and also did stints as the station's general manager and program director.

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The caption for this photo accompanying an April 4 MIT Tech Talk story on WMBR noted an "unidentified" DJ working at the MIT radio station (then called WTBS) in 1975. The DJ is James E. Clark (SB 1976, SM 1981), who produced a show called "The Ghetto" in the 1970s and also did stints as the station's general manager and program director.


The caption for this photo accompanying an April 4 MIT Tech Talk story on WMBR noted an "unidentified" DJ working at the MIT radio station (then called WTBS) in 1975. The DJ is James E. Clark (SB 1976, SM 1981), who produced a show called "The Ghetto" in the 1970s and also did stints as the station's general manager and program director.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on April 11, 2001.


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