August 6, 2006
Show #2, "Getting Acquainted; Part II, LAFD and BlogTalkRadio”.
Host: Brian Humphrey
Thanks to the Los Angeles Times for the article that ran this past Monday regarding our initial test broadcast.
Thanks also to ‘Frosty, Heidi & Frank’ at 97.1 FREE-FM in Los Angeles for their spirited discussion of ‘LAFD TalkRadio’.
In the near future, you’ll be able download or save our broadcasts for listening at your leisure at a computer or on a portable audio player.
This week in the UK, the ‘Digital Bulletin’ reported that a quarter of the United Kingdom's population, or 12.8 million adults now own an MP3 player, and that nearly 2 million of them had reported listening to a radio program downloaded to their portable audio player.
Tom LaBonge ‘First Fridays’ for Disaster Preparedness initiative.
Mazda Tribute hybrid driving experience.
August 10 anniversary of Granada Hills Shootout vs recent Seattle shootout at Jewish Foundation.
A call from LAFD Spokesman Ron Myers.
A review of the x-11 telephone codes.
A contest in which the winner will recieve an LAFD Air Operations t-shirt
An invitation to the August 6th ‘Taste in San Pedro’ at Point Fermin in San Pedro
August 20th, ‘Downed Officer Support Ride’ of motorcycles and classic cars. A highlight of this fund-raising event will be the raffle of a pristine 1973 Ford Mustang Mach I donated by Jay Leno.
On September 4th, LA’s 225th Birthday celebration
September 8th Firefighters Night at Six Flags Magic Mountain, and the following day, September 9th is the annual Firefighter Picnic and Regatta at Hansen Dam; for details and tickets for both events, contact the Los Angeles Firemen’s Relief Association at 800-244-3439 or www.lafra.org
Patriot Day, September 11th at 10:00AM is a public memorial service on the 5th Anniversary of terrorist attacks on our nation; The event will take place at LAFD’s Frank Hotchkin Memorial Training Center in Elysian Park, the proud permanent home to a dignified memorial displaying the largest remnant of the World Trade Center on the west coast. Complete information will be available in the weeks ahead at www.lafd.org to learn more about the memorial visit www.lafd.org/wtc.htm
September 16th ‘Benefit for our Bravest’ Street Fair in Encino.
September 24th at 10:00AM is the Annual Public Safety Mass at our Lady of the Angels Cathedral in Downtown Los Angeles.
October 5th, our annual ‘Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service’
October 6th our ‘Fallen Firefighter Memorial Gala’
October 7th is the day-long ‘Firefighter Festival of Hollywood’.
If you have a comment, question or concern about the program, we warmly welcome your e-mail at: LAFDTalkRadio@gmail.com
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