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"You mean you guys play Toad on a classic rock station?"
"Could this be an idea whose time has come?"
-- Dean Dinning
   Bassist, Toad The Wet Sprocket

In Memoriam

Edward "Ed" Dolan

WBXO Radio Relief Engineer

It is with extreme sorrow that we announce the passing of WBXO Radio Relief Engineer Edward Dolan, 60, of Hopewell Junction, New York.


Edward -- or “Ed” as he like to be called -- joined the WBXO Staff in November 2017 as a Relief Engineer.  

Ed worked at ABC Radio/TV and NBC TV as an audio engineer.  He was awarded an Emmy three times for his audio work on various Emmy Award-winning shows.  He was a graduate of the New York Institute of Technology (BFA Degree in Communication Arts) and was the former GM of the college’s radio station, WTNY-FM in New York City.


He is survived by his wife, Laura, daughters Erin Baker and her husband Gregory, Kimberly Moore and her husband Patrick, and Courtney Woods and her husband Tim, in addition to numerous grandchildren and his brothers Rudy and Gregory, his sister Mattie Skidmore and his mother-in-law Pam Rabusin.


The staff and management of WBXO Radio and Depot Hill Media do hereby extend to the family of Edward Dolan our heartfelt sympathies during their time of sorrow.

Volunteer Technical 

Operations Engineers Wanted!

WBXO Radio is looking for a few dedicated individuals who share a love of radio to join our dynamic, creative team as volunteer Technical Operations Engineers in our Beekman, NY studios!


The successful candidate(s) will have a demonstrated ability to operate, mix and edit analog audio under normal broadcast conditions, as well as operate an audio console with numerous audio inputs and operate CD players and turntables.  Additionally, the successful candidate must be able to maintain audio levels to accepted broadcast practices, operate phone interface for live phone calls broadcast to air, work and communicate with air talent, producers and other staff members and maintain FCC logs as dictated.  Knowledge of FCC Rules & Regulations for Low-Power FM Stations is helpful, as well as having a working knowledge of the broadcast industry.  FCC license holders -- either radiotelephone or amateur grade -- are preferred, but will train qualifying candidates regardless of experience.  Must be able to work a flexible schedule.  Must be responsible, dedicated and willing to have fun!


Interested in volunteering?  Send an email with your information, qualifications and reasons why you're the right person for the job, to:


WBXO Radio, P.O. Box 825, Pawling, NY   12564

WBXO Radio.
Classic Rock ... Redefined!
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