Before 4ZZ could start broadcasting in 1975, a transmitter was ordered from the U.S. But after it was lost on the dock in New York, 4ZZ's chief engineer at the time Ross Dannecker built the station's first transmitter.
Greek sovereign debt rating sinks further into "junk" rating
Figures from Athens' finance ministry reveal, the economy has slipped even further into the red following the election of its Leftist government.
Separate data from the country's official statistics authority, also showed a gaping hole in the Greece’s public finances.
Just recently, Standard & Poor's downgraded the sovereign to a B- with a "negative outlook" from its CCC+ rating, due to continued uncertainty involving Greece's membership in the eurozone as well as gave Greece a warning that "without deep economic reform or further relief, S&P expects Greece's debt and other financial commitments will be unsustainable."