It’s a miracle NBC even kept the I-Man. Harry Harrison was KILLING it over at WABC!
In your webmaster’s opinion, the whole of WNBC’s format in the years 1983-1986 was one of the most entertaining and best all-around radio that was ever done in New York.
It was at KUTY, in Palmdale, California, where Don Imus began his on-air character Billy Sol Hargus, a radio evangelist named and inspired by preacher Billy James Hargis. The bit became very popular, so popular,[…]
The WNBC Time Machine is featured prominently here at Airchexx – in various parts, one hour at a time! In this segment which has never been posted before, the late Jim Collins is counting down[…]
By 1987, WNBC was playing a fair amount of Oldies in its mix. Weekdays started with Imus in the Morning and Top 40 music, Middays, WNBC returned to a music approach featuring Noontime Oldies with[…]
Don Imus is often called “The First Shock Jock.” Some would debate that, but he did some outrageous radio for decades. With partner & newsman Charles McCord at his side, Imus did a ton of[…]
In the 1980s, WNBC was one of the most entertaining, personality driven radio stations in America, with names like Soupy Sales, Alan Comes, Joey Reynolds, Wolfman Jack, and of course, Don Imus & Howard Stern.[…]
The WNBC ‘Time Machine’ is on the air! Here’s Dan Taylor (WHN, WYNY, WCBS-FM) with one of NBC’s most popular features at the end of it’s life on 660 AM – The Time Machine! This[…]