Steve Belcher wa1zuf at juno.com
Tue Jul 22 03:05:23 EDT 2008

As someone who works in the industry, (not as a climber!) I found the show 
interesting.. I will note the operation of the company shown and those that 
I have seen in operation here in the Northeast are a little different.

As an aside regarding the cell tower industry, my company was just given 
part of a bid for the purposed installation of more then 18,000 towers 
nationwide over the next 5 years. At first I thought the request was a typo, 
however that is their goal,  more then 8 towers per day!  I have a difficult 
time imagining where these towers and sites are all going, although the 
first jobs we have seen are being set up down south. Just the permitting of 
that many towers gives me doubt on how this will be accomplished.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bob Peters" <rwpeters at swbell.net>
To: "'Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service'" 
<amradio at mailman.qth.net>; "Boatanchors" <boatanchors at lists.tempe.gov>
Sent: Monday, July 21, 2008 9:11 AM
Subject: [AMRadio] ON NBC TONIGHT

> Hi All just saw a short segment that is going to be on DATELINE NBC
> Tonight at 10 eastern time called TOWER DOGS. Looks like a real
> interesting segment on tower climbing.
> Get your DVR's cranked up  LOL. Used to be tape
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