Salem D.C. Crew Toughs Out Storm
February 8, 2010 at 5:12 PM (PT)
The blizzard that swamped WASHINGTON, DC didn't stop SALEM RADIO NETWORK's WASHINGTON bureau from getting their jobs done. Bureau Chief KEN LORMAND, anchor ANDREW STEWART, and news editors GEORGE BONZAGNI and JEREMY HOUSE set up shop in the network's ROSSLYN, VA studios and stayed there around the clock for 72 hours.
While stranded in the facility, LORMAND filed several video updates for network staff around the country, and VP of News and Talk Programming TOM TRADUP authorized the intrepid crew to recreate the vending machine scene from "Dr. Strangelove" and bust the network vending machine open for food, but the staffers refrained from doing so, holding out until roads reopened SUNDAY night.