(Subject cont)....and how to get copies.
The story: My father, my mother and my oldest brother were in Yakima, WA back in 1957. They were in a restaurant and a reporter for KIT came in for a "Man on the Street" interview. Well, the reporter spotted my father and started talking to him. Well, we had a record of that interview (my mom and my brother were all interviewed as well). During a recent (forced) move, that record was tossed. I am VERY furious at that. But the point of this post is, how long do radio stations keep copies of stuff like this. Is there ANY POSSIBLE way for me to get a copy? I have a copy of that label in my head so I know the date that was printed (I'm assuming it was the air date) on it, so it shouldn't be THAT difficult to find it (assuming they still have the tape).