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The Clash 
Is this worth a mention?
Also someone should add the Howard Stern interview he did where Stern clearly insulted him repeatedly and in the end Tom Snyder angrily detaches the mic and walks away leaving a cocky Stern smiling.
The Charles Manson thing can't be right. Someone's trying to pull a collective Wiki leg.
He did interview Charles Manson in 1981.Bronayur 17:46, 6 April 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:Irmsnider.jpg 
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AP Obituary 
The AP obituary seems to have been completely plagiarized from Wikipedia page. http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/TV/07/30/obit.snyder.ap/index.html
colortini.com in archive.org 
Links to http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.colortini.com/ didn't work because of a Flash splash/welcome screen that is now inoperative. The site was constructed with the inside home page at http://www.colortini.com/h_index.html where it remains accessible (and it appears this aspect of the site's structure remained consistent during its life). I updated the text (removing the discussion about the site's inaccessibility via archive.org) and the external link. It didn't seem appropriate to spell out this technical detail in the article, so it's here in case anybody wonders why. Jeffreykopp (talk) 00:08, 29 January 2008 (UTC)
Tom Snyder Photo 
Someone please find a pic of this guy. We all know if he were alive today he would give one to the article.