The 1980s was a great decade for Top 40 radio in Washington, D.C. As listeners migrated to FM, the had a choice of three great sounding CHR stations, 95.5 WPGC, 105 WAVA, and Q107[…]
May 31, 2019 was a day that shook the radio world. To help get it’s massive debt to a more manageable level, Cumulus Media sold several stations to EMF, where they would install[…]
There are three radio personalities, who normally work alone, who have blown me away with what they can do on the radio. All 3 make it look so easy. First is Gene Shepherd, who[…]
Jim Elliott & Scott Woodside, first teamed up at Washington’s WPGC AM & FM in 1978, and they quickly became a sensation. For most of their eight years together, Elliott and Woodside enjoyed high[…]
Many forget that WRQX Washington began it’s life NOT as Top 40 Q107, but as Rock formatted WRQX 107. The ABC FM outlet was similar to it’s New York City sister station, WPLJ, as it[…]
WPGC, an AM/FM combo, was a Top 40 powerhouse licensed to serve Washington DC.
Grease was a master storyteller, who would tell tales & sing songs every morning.
My name is Fast Jimi. New Radio Station, New DJ… The WGAY call letters were essentially history except for this first day or two. 99.5 was called “Jammin 99-5” right out of the box, but[…]