It\’s the end of an era in Washington radio. WTOP FM\’s Jim Farley is
retiring after 17 years at the helm, improving and nurturing what has become the
most popular station in the area and the most prosperous in the country. Yes,
we\’re tooting our own horn a bit, but on his behalf.
Hundreds of broadcasters from across the country attended a
retirement sendoff for WTOP vice president of news and programming
Jim Farley at the Newseum Wednesday night.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.