Title: How Did They Do That?
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(Date Posted:09/23/2006 04:38)

With reference to the old audio tape of the YL that I had taped way back in either 87 or 88 from 102 PIX FM. Although the first few seconds of the spoken intro has been long erased accidentally,I distinctly remember watching Ch.11 while listening to 102 radio at the same time to be able to record it from the very beginning. Now here's the question: although both radio and TV stations were WPIX,I always wondered how they were able to start both programs simultaneously without the slightest delay from either source. I always remember that the music that was played on 102 FM right before the YL began was faded out and with pinpoint precision,both sources started the YL program at the EXACT same time. How did they do that? I was under the impression that radio and TV stations would be totally seperate and would maybe require a slight delay or something.
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(Date Posted:09/23/2006 06:24)

There was nothing complicated here R.D. This was just a simple case of good old-fashioned simulcasting: the broadcasting of a TV and radio program simultaneously.
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