Elliott M. Sanger was Executive Vice President and Co-founder (with John V. L. Hogan) of the Interstate Broadcasting Company, Inc., WQXR's owner prior to the company's purchase by The New York Times in 1944.
Elliott Sanger appears in the following:
Sunday, October 05, 1986
Final program in the WQXR 50th Anniversary album. Host Bob Sherman dedicates the entire series to past WQXR president, Walter Neiman.
Sherman plays a rare snippet about the "speed gadget" from Alec Templeton's April Fool's Show in the 1940s, followed by announcer Lloyd Moss telling a story ...
Sunday, June 08, 1986
Host Bob Sherman rebroadcasts an interview from May 1973 with Elliott Sanger, one of the founders of WQXR and the author of the book "Rebel in Radio", for an overview of the history of WQXR. This is part 1 of the interview. Jascha Zayde and Alma Dettinger (via telephone) are ...
Sunday, June 01, 1986
Host Bob Sherman interviews Elliott Sanger, one of the founders of WQXR, from May 1973. This is part 2 of the interview.
Jascha Zayde, Al Simon, and Eleanor Sanger join Elliott Sanger on the occasion of his book "Rebel in Radio".
Sunday, April 13, 1986
For this first episode of WQXR at 50, host Bob Sherman creates an audio montage of music and reminiscences from some of the station's founders. The program Includes interviews with Elliot and Eleanor Sanger as well as former Music Director Abram Chasins.
The show starts with a ...