This is *almost* the best quality you can get from a recording of an old AM radio station.
Robert W. Morgan was a legendary broadcaster, who was an early-morning fixture on Southern California drive-time radio for more than three decades. Morgan was known to a generation of Southern Californians as the original morning[…]
During its prime in the late 1960s and early 1970s, KHJ occupied the top position among Los Angeles radio stations, but by 1980 the numbers had eroded, and management decided to flip to a country[…]
It was more than a radio station… It was a big part of Southern California in the 1960s & 70s. 93 KHJ “Boss Radio” became a hit music station in May 1965. Boss Radio was king. The[…]
It was more than a radio station… It was a big part of Southern California in the 1960s & 70s. 93 KHJ “Boss Radio” became a hit music station in May 1965. For about three years[…]
Soon after the TV show, Batman, debuted in January 1966, 93 KHJ Los Angeles ran a promotion with the series. As Batman (Adam West) and Robin (Burt Ward) themselves announced on the radio, the lucky[…]
Robert W Morgan was a Los Angeles radio legend. best known for his on air work at several stations in Los Angeles, including morning drive at KMPC, KIQQ, and KMGG, and finished his career at[…]
“KHJ… with phone calls worth five-thousand dollars cash!…”