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Bob “Vernon with a V” on 66 WNBC New York | Summer, 1976

Big Apple Airchecks Matt Seinberg New York TradersBob Vernon is heard on this great, mid-70s PM Drive show on the old WNBC.

Notables on this aircheck: My favorite top of hour legal ID: “Fifty-Thousand Watts Clear Channel. This is the Flagship station of the National Broadcasting Company. Sixty Six, W N B C New York!” Talk about being proud as a peacock!

Bob Vernon passed away on September 30, 2012. He was 80. You can read his Obituary HERE (from Newsobserver.com)

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Other WNBC Airchexx available on this site:
* Howard Stern & Company – “Match Game 1984” – December 1984
* Cousin Bruce Morrow, 9/5/1975
* “Monitor ’67 – 9/9/67
* Jim Collins & “The Time Machine” – 9/6/1987
* Jim Collins & “The Time Machine” – Summer, 1987
* Jim Collins & “The Time Machine – 11/29/87
* Jack Scott and Dan Taylor, “The Time Machine” – 9/5/1987
* Jack Scott & The Time Machine, Part 1 – 4/17/1988
* Jack Scott & “The Time Machine”, Part 2 – 4/18/1988
* Jeff Baker & “The Time Machine” – Summer, 1988
* The Real Bob James, “The Time Machine” – 6/9/1988
* Dan Taylor, “The Weekend Time Machine” – 12/26/1987
* Dan Taylor, “The Weekend Time Machine” – 9/12/1987
* Wolfman Jack, First Show on WNBC – 8/1973
* Joey Reynolds – 1/7-11/1974
* WNBC Presents: A Christmas Carol – 9/24/1975
* Steve York – 4/23/1983
* Big Wilson – 04/1969
* Wolfman Jack for Murray the K – 8/1973
* Big Jay Sorenson, “The Time Machine” – Summer, 1988
* Jackson Armstrong as “The Unknown Disc Jockey” – 1977
* Imus in the Morning – 9/9/1979
* Imus in the Morning – 8/25/1977
* Imus in the Morning, Final Day of Broadcasting – 10/7/1988
* 66 WNBC Expires, Sportsradio 66 WFAN Debuts – 10/7/1988 (courtesy of our sister site FormatChange.com)

Sometimes, we just don’t realize just how many airchecks we have on this website…

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  1. I still have a “Vernon Gives Good Radio” WNBC football jersey. I don’t wear it often.

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  2. Bob Vernon is my uncle believe it or not and he is still in NC but i don’t believe he is in Raleigh. If you want more info you can email me.

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    • Nathan,
      I was in contact with Bob last year, but lost both his e-mail addresses when my laptop was stolen. Is it possible to ask him to write me so I can re-establish communications with him? We are friends from the broadcasting profession, and Bob was kind enough to do some work for me.
      Many thanks!
      Rick Hall

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  3. For a while Bob Vernon had his own website where he posted a lot of the stuff he did when he was at WGAR in Cleveland & WNBC in NYC. Last post he had on his site was sometime late 2009/2010 and that he was writing a book about his broadcasting days. Now his website is gone and no idea if he is even alive at this point. I hope so because I would LOVE to read his book.

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  4. I knew a bob vernon. he was a vietnam vet and had been shot in vietnam. last knew him in 1971 and his parents lived in raleigh, nc. he was a bob vernon jr or a robert junior vernon. I wonder if this is him. I’d love to know if he’s still living

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  5. Rest in peace, Bob Vernon. So sad that it took news of your passing to drive me to this check.

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