Alan Corbeth began his career as a sound engineer at Bell Sound in New York City where he worked with such recording artists as The Lovin' Spoonful. After a tour of duty in Viet Nam, he moved to London and and became part of the team that built and programmed the legendary Capitol Radio. After working for both RCA Records and CBS, Alan moved from England to Israel to be at Israel Radio. Several years later he returned to the States. His radio career continued with National Public Radio where he became the Director of Engineering Operations.
Various other twists and turns in his life found him DX'ing in the Pacific northwest where he found an interesting little overnight show on 50,000 watt KDWN, out of Las Vegas. While he worked building a brand new 100,000 watt FM radio station from the ground up, Alan soon became addicted to listening to the show which was hosted by a relative unknown named Art Bell. Alan Corbeth thought this future star should be syndicated and soon became friends and business partners with him. The rest, as they say, is history.
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