Category: Clay’s Corner

Clay’s Corner February

The big news item of this past month was likely the events in Washington DC. The amount of air-time given to this was huge. The word of the month was ‘STORM’… Storming the Capital in WDC on Jan. 6th Rain…

Clay’s Corner for March  2020

Clay’s Corner – Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 This past month it was that, McClatchy, the owner of the Tacoma News Tribune has filed for bankruptcy. Having been in the Tacoma area since…

Clay’s Corner – January

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 Assuming you are reading this column in 2020 – Happy New Year. Some thoughts about this year: Most will pronounce it Twenty-Twenty. This decade will be pronounced the…

Clay’s Corner – December

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 It’s been just about a year since I included these pictures in this column of the antenna fire on West Tiger Mountain. Antenna fires are pretty unusual, but…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 Here we are, at this writing the end of October,  and the stores are full of things for Christmas. The weather was wonderful as the month started. Then,…

Clay’s Corner for October

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 CONGRATULATIONS TO WASHINGTON’S MARCONI RADIO AWARD WINNERS – KIRO-FM AND KRWM-FM (WARM 106.9)! Two Seattle radio stations have received the prestigious NAB Marconi Radio Awards – Bonneville’s KIRO-FM…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 For reasons I cannot explain…I often start out my column talking about the weather.  Perhaps it’s because of the fact that we have so much of it in…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 Let’s start the year with a pretty picture!     The following was taken by fellow NWPB engineer, Jason Royals.  He stopped to put chains on all 4 wheels of…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 I like to start this column with a picture.  Last month was a pretty one of a sunset behind the Tower at West Tiger-1.  This month, pictures of…

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 In my column last month, I asked for pictures.  This one, submitted by Alex Brewster of a sunset from West Tiger Mt., and shot from his drone, is…