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Deborah Rodriguez anchored midday and afternoons for Newsradio 880, joining the station in 1992.
And WCBS's Rich Lamb, marking his 40th year as a reporter at the all-news station.Board members also shared memories of three departed broadcast figures: Reid Collins, Lou Adler, and David West.Long suppressed by sinister forces at CBS and its accomplices within the federal government, this tell-all chronicle is posted in full on the Internet for the first time as a pdf file.He leaves a wife, Thalia, and a daughter, Valerie, who says no funeral is planned, but at some point there will be a celebration of his life.An interesting sidenote is that Lou Adler was an uncle, by marriage, of Deborah Rodriguez, long-time anchor at WCBS, and now morning anchor of CBS News Radio.At the age of seventy he earned a law degree from Quinnipiac.
He was also owner of 250-watt WKFD-AM in Wickford, Rhode Island, which went off the air in 2001.
In 1985 he was elected president of the Radio-Television News Directors Association.
ollowing his stint at WOR, where he had a contentious relationship with WOR's Station Manager Rick Devlin, Adler was named a professor of broadcast journalism at Quinnipiac University and director of Quinnipiac's Ed Mc Mahon Mass Communication Center.
At the time, Adler told The New York Times that his assignment was to turn a good station into an interesting one, and that its pacing and sound was comparable to a newspaper's front-page layout.
He left the station to become news director and anchor at WOR Radio in 1981 at a reported salary of $350,000 a year.
In addition, all of the broadcast's actual two-minute features, some 3,000 of them, are available as mp3 files at Book Beat: The Podcast.