LOLO Radio Network
"If Opportunity Doesn't Knock, Build a Door." After being labeled "Too hot to handle!" in late 1968 for his controversial views, Marvin Burak would broadcast his radio program "Radio Free Philadelphia" from his home studio through a telephone line aired on WXUR in Media PA. Burak's daugher, Lois, changed career paths after a successful thirty years in the beauty industry to follow in his footsteps at the microphone. A first rate studio was constructed as a tribute to Marvin Burak's memory and his undying quest for free speech on the airwaves. The LoLo Radio Network integrates The Burak Family Legacy of Radio Broadcasting with a mix of diverse programming and personalities.