Andyman Cd101

July 19, 2010 by Post Team 

Andyman Cd101:An icon in Columbus, Ohio, radio is dead. CD101 is “Andyman” Davis was a program director and DJ in the evenings and long time presence will be missed. Continue for more on this sad story below, with a great video.

Saturday while vacationing in Michigan with his wife and three children drowned. The community sure will not be the same without him. It was fun and known for its annual CD101Andyman-a-thon that raises money for charity.

You can go here to learn more about the late radio personality, and then check out some of the other big news today.

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Now, back to the station has been broadcasting since 1990 modern rock. They were one of the first to begin simulcasting on the World Wide Web. The late DJ has been with the company since the beginning and has become a beloved part of the community with his personality and events.

The radio station has gone through some changes lately and this is undoubtedly a big blow that nothing will be the same without CD101 is “Andyman.” Did you ever hear the transmissions of this man, and if so what do you think? You may leave your condolences then after a look at this video of some of the stations of other acts.

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