This is the story of a European broadcasting legend.
You’ve been listening to the Good Times and their record, “Powder Your Face With Sunshine” and it’s on Decca American Radio in the 1960s had it’s own sound. DJs who were funny, Newscasts every hour
Introducing the newly minted Mike Raub Collection! The first of many additions is this scratchy, but authentic recording of what was known as the world’s most powerful commercial radio station. Running 1300 KW at 1440
Until the 1970s, the British airwaves belonged almost exclusively to the BBC. However, the British government eventually decided to open the country’s radio environment to commercial stations in 1972, and new stations emerged as a
Here is a slightly restored (to remove noise and enhance the fidelity) aircheck of Tony Prince, donated to us by Russ Horton. There is a huge connection here, in that, Tony Prince is still very
Here are some links to the history of Radio and Broadcasting in general. Please note, these links are not affiliated with Airchexx except where noted. Sheldon Swartz runs a great tribute site to RKO General’s