WARM RADIO AND AIR RAIDS?
When WARM was broadcasting at the 590 frequency in the 1950s, the ramifications of atomic warfare were very close in the rear view mirror. This news article from June of 1952 tells us all we need to know about the Cold War in the early 50s and how radio played a key role in case the worse would happen.
This was dated from December 1952 and provided by our friend Joe Klapatch. The plan was involving other Scranton based stations if Civil Defense announced a national air raid. Keep in mind it was just under 10 years that the u.S. used the atomic bomb to end the war with Japan.