Donated to this site by the late Robyn Watts, here’s a 28 minute scope highlighting three Washington DC area stations that were in a heated ratings battle for much of the late 1980s and early
In the final segment, Tommy Edwards arrives for another exciting edition of “Animal Stories”
There’s a reason why industry experts in the 1960s and early 70s chose WQXI as the southern leader in the Top 40 format, and much of it is on exhibit here. If you can get
Art Vuolo is a radio historian. Vuolo has been producing VIDEO airchecks of most of the great Top 40 stations in existence since around 1978. Before that, Vuolo was a JOCK!
Here are over 15 minutes of pure 1970s KFRC heaven! If WABC New York is considered the greatest Top 40 station of all time (on the East Coast), then 610 KFRC has to be it
Top 40 style Country format on simulcast sister stations 1080 WEEP & 107.9 WEEP-FM
A short but clean aircheck of WEEP Pittsburgh during it’s Oldies format days. From 1986
Date of Recording: 12.26.1983 Station: 107.3 WRQX Washington DC, USA Format: Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR) Featured Air Personality: “Uncle Johnny” Walker (WWCO/WRBQ-FM/WRQX/WZOU/WXXL/WSHE/WQJQ/WMGF/WSIG) Contributor: Robyn Watts Comments: Back to the day after Christmas, 1983 for a