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A pioneer in broadcasting, Langston ‘gave a voice to the voices’

He came to Rochester with the intent of providing weather forecasts to television viewers. He ended up creating a landmark radio station instead. Andrew Langston was a pioneer in broadcasting, founding the first black-owned radio station in New York. WDKX-FM (103.9) signed onto the airwaves at 5:30 a.m. on April 6, 1974, and the station has ...

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