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[Description by contributor Michael Hagerty]
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come out to Los Angeles, say hi to me
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How do you tell your audience it's over? That's Ray Dunaway's job on the last weekday morning show of WFAA's run as a Top 40 station. If you don't hear tears, it's because Ray's already got his next gig lined up. He was hired by Charlie Van Dyke to do weekends and fill-ins at KHJ (under the name Mike Dunaway).
As of 2003, Ray was half of the morning team at Hartford's newstalk WTIC-AM (a homecoming Ray replaced Jack Armstrong at WPOP in 1970).
RAY DUNAWAY, WFAA DALLAS TX NOVEMBER 5 1976