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Doug Taylor, 102.9 WDRC-FM Hartford | October 28, 1998 5:22pm-9:22pm

Advertisements 1998 was a year of change in the world of Oldies radio. The format, according to its consultants and programmers, was beginning to “age out”. Meaning, the audience for music of the 1960s andContinue readingDoug Taylor, 102.9 WDRC-FM Hartford | October 28, 1998 5:22pm-9:22pm

Dan Taylor on the Time Machine, 66 WNBC New York | 1988

There’s probably never been a jock more suited to be on WABC around 1968-72 than Dan Taylor. Except that DT was a pre-teen in those years and even if he wasn’t too young, he would have been mistaken as Dan Ingram’s clone…

Big Jay Sorensen & The WNBC Time Machine | October 6, 1988

This includes just about every element that listeners loved about the Time Machine. The great music of the 60s, a GREAT jock (actually, THE jock who invented the Time Machine format), lots of interaction with listeners – phone bits are everywhere, and Big Jay’s “Record Pig” segment. You just have to listen to understand it.

PM Drive, 650 WSM Nashville | Summer 1993

From 1980 – 2000 (officially), WSM broadcast in C-Quam AM Stereo…

Imus in the Morning, Ray D’Ariano, Final Broadcast Day on 66 WNBC New York | October 7, 1988

As the Summer of 1988 transitioned into Fall, everyone knew WNBC was going away, they just didn’t know exactly when