In Washington, there was Walt Starling. In New York, Jane Dornacker gained fame for a similar career choice. In Los Angeles, “Commander Chuck” Street was a KIIS-FM staple until Clear Channel laid him off in 2012.
For Denver radio listeners, Don Martin was the “eye in the sky,” or, in local parlance, Denver’s “Sky Spy” over three decades. Martin died this week; he was believed to be in his 80s.
Local alternative weekly Westword paid tribute to Martin, who it says was “a giant of Denver broadcasting.”