Martin Stone hailed as pioneer in local radio

Philippidis, Alex
June 1998
Westchester County Business Journal;06/15/98, Vol. 37 Issue 24, p6
Reports on the death of Martin Stone, owner of WVIP radio in Mount Kisco in New York City, on June 7, 1998. Contributions made to community radio broadcasting in Westchester County; Education; Career background; History of the WVIP station.


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