The 120-foot-tall radio antenna on top of Akron’s tallest building came down July 10, 2019. The antenna had been a fixture in the city’s downtown since the 1950s on the 322-foot-tall Huntington Bank tower. Antenna owner Western Reserve Public Media said the unused antenna was no longer needed. Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com news video by Jim Mackinnon. Shot and edited using an iPhone 6s Plus.
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