“Forgotten Hollywood”- Arcane Radio Blog Promotion…

Posted on February 17, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   I would like to thank the Arcane Radio Blog site for promoting Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, and my new radio program on AM 15-10 (Sundays at 3pm). Jose Fritz is the fascinating writer of the blog, and his unusual pen name is Radioman. He describes his efforts as:

Hypergraphia-powered weekday rants on radio history, programming, engineering, media law, and broadcasting ephemera.

   What makes this story so personally exciting is his enthusiasm over my radio career, which has spanned 30-years. The only correction I would make – his reference to my co-host as Larry Elder. This is incorrect. My partner on the Forgotten Hollywood radio show on KSPA is Gary Lycan, the columnist of the Orange County Register. I’m impressed with the writer’s request for corrections to his stories. Radioman wants to get it right, and that’s noble.

   Here is the blog link:



Celebrating Words Festival   I’ve been invited to moderate a panel at the 6th Annual Celebrating Words Festival in May. I’ll be joined by a distinguished panel to discuss the art of Self-Publishing. The event will take place at L.A. Mission College in Sylmar.

   This will be a great opportunity for me to introduce Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History to an audience interested in self-publishing their own work. I’m convinced this is the wave of the future in the literary publishing industry.

   The 6th Annual Celebrating Words Festival is hosted by Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural (a nonprofit center owned by author Luis Rodriguez). In a future blog, I’ll provide the exact date and time of the panel discussion, as well as, participating writers.

   You’re invited to attend this all-day event.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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