Bob Campbell, WNVZ Z104 Norfolk VA | December 8, 1983

104.5 Norfolk WNVZ Z104 HotHits

E on the Z Z104 WNVZ 104.5 Norfolk

…My lips are turnin’ blue just thinking about it!

You’ll notice the audio quality isn’t as good as it could be, but heck, the tape is what, 17 years old! Sometimes one wonders how tape can last that long! Here’s a bit of Bob Campbell on Z104. Not sure I’ve heard him anywhere else. I’m sure one of our visitors could fill us in, in the comment section below.

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Now! For the good stuff. Here’s the original video, edited by our Content Editor Ellis B. Feaster!

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Ellis B. Feaster at Z88.3 Orlando

To all of our “Hot Hits” (TM) fans and followers of consultant Mike Joseph, listen for the “Hot Hits” jingles that were used at WTIC-FM Hartford, WFBL Syracuse, WCAU-FM Philly and even KITS San Francisco. This jingle package got a lot of traction and was in use for 10 years in the CHR format! Check out the reverb in use in the audio chain. Man, that sounded good! There’s lots of live promos here and mentions of places around the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area, so listen closely and maybe you’ll hear your favorite hangout mentioned!

There’s plenty more where this came from. Visit often and watch for more from the Ellis B. Feaster collection!


1 Comment

  1. Trent Fogle

    Bob Campbell later went to WVSR in Charleston, WV from the late 80s until 1995. Doing Mornings there.

    He moved to Oklahoma City in 1995.

    He came back to Charleston for a short stent as program director and Afternoon drive host at WMXE.

    Later that year he spent about a Year in Gallipolis, OH at then Classic hits WRYV 101.5 the river, now classic Country WXBW Big Buck Country 101/5.

    He then moved to then Hits 94.1 WTHZ in Greensboro, NC, which is now a contemporary Christian station.

    Have not heard from since 2006.

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