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ATTENTION!!!:..This station was formerly MVD 45s. Now it's DHF 45s...Sixty years of Classic oldies from the 1950s thru 2011. MAL VINCENT SPEAKS ON THE AIR, and interjects his unusual brand of humor throughout the broadcast.

About Mal Vincent

In 1978, I received my B A in Broadcast Communications. Later that year, I received my FCC license. In 1979, I landed my first on-air job at The Universityf Illinois (Chicago). I was the producer and the anchor man for a public affairs program called "Campus Chicago." In 1980, I received my first professional DJ position at WVFV West Dundee,Illinois. (ABC affiliate). I was there only four weekends. I quit!!! I became disillusioned concerning the fragile aspects of the radio industry. My father connected me to a part-time position at two radio stations simoltaneously. I was what was known as a super-sub. I would substitute for DJs who might have suddenly called off. WBBM-FM Chicago (CBS Owned), fired me after only one gig!!! They said I kept violating their music format perimeters. Most of my super-sub assignments were at WMET Chicago. I was on the air there more than 20 times from 1983 early 1987. I had only one super-sub assignment at WCFL in Morris, Illinois in 1993. It was my last time on the air. It was too far to travel. I was no longer interested in being employed at a radio station. My ambition was to own one. With LIVE365, I have acheived my goal. I love radio. It was the most stunning achceivement in the history of commnuications. I want to work the remainder of my years entertaining my radio audience, with quality music, inconcert with my sense of humor.

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DHF 45s is, Dusty Hits Forty-Fives 45s, a station devoted to those Top 40 pop singles from the 1950s thru the 2011. This station concentrates on the pop hits from the 70s and 80s, with few a singles inserted outside of that perimeter. Many of these singles are obscure oldies, rarely heard on the radio. DHF 45s attempts to recapture the 1970s style of Top 40 Radio. Mal Vincent is a wise-cracking DJ, with an unorthodox sense of humor. The majority of these singles are on vinyl. Pardon the dust!

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