Programmer's Digest Magazine
Programmer's Digest was an unusual magazine - part print, part audio.
Calling itself "Broadcasting's First Audio Publication,"
It was aimed at radio professionals during the early 1970s.
The audio portion contained airchecks, jingles, and so forth,
on a normal 12" vinyl LP.
Probably too expensive to produce, the magazine ended after only a few years.
Here, in the December 3 1973 issue, the Joy Boys made the cover.
This was during the Joy Boys' days on WWDC radio.
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