The History of Idaho Broadcasting

Invites you to our next no-host Luncheon Meeting

This Friday March 27, 2015 - 11:30am-1:30pm at

Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill

415 East Parkcenter Blvd.
Boise, Idaho 83706

(208) 429-0011

 Two Short Programs!



 New Member Olivia Weitz


Will present a short program on the Northwest Radio Museum project,

and the upcoming radio forum that they are producing in April.


The Northwest Hall of Radio History is part of the Edward R. Murrow College of

Communication at Washington State University, and is dedicated to the media pioneers who

built the region's broadcasting institutions. Through their stories, the hall interprets the past to

inspire others to shape the media of tomorrow.



Then, Foundation Vice President


Frank Aden Jr.


will present a short program on his new book of postcards entitled




And will narrate a slide show of 30 of the postcards from the book, including one from KDSH-

AM, which were the former call letters of KBOI-AM.



Frank is a Boise native and is a graduate of Borah High School and the University of Oregon.

He is an amateur Boise historian as well as a licensed amateur radio operator. Aden is a member

of the Idaho Historical Society and is the vice president of the History of Idaho Broadcasting Foundation.

He has been collecting postcards, photographs, booklets, and maps of the Boise

area since his high school days in the 1970s.



Please RSVP for this lunch by email or phone by 3pm Thursday March 26th.



Call the Foundation office at (208) 853-7756 (you will get a recording of Marty Holtman

answering the phone!) or text Art at (208) 761-1396.



RSVP via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.