In the 1960s & 70s, 95 WBBF AM was the dominant Top 40 station in Rochester, NY. Flash foward to April 1998. Oldies 98.9 decided that since it was playing the songs that[…]
The 1980s was a great decade for Top 40 radio in Washington, D.C. As listeners migrated to FM, the had a choice of three great sounding CHR stations, 95.5 WPGC, 105 WAVA, and Q107[…]
Flashback: Summer of 1978. It’s quite steamy this day, during the heyday of the original “Star Wars”.
In the 1960s & 70s, Denver was a great market for Top 40 Radio. The battle for Top 40 dominance was fierce between KTLK 1280, KDEN 1340, KHOW 630, and the station that spent much[…]
May 31, 2019 was a day that shook the radio world. To help get it’s massive debt to a more manageable level, Cumulus Media sold several stations to EMF, where they would install[…]
It’s a miracle NBC even kept the I-Man. Harry Harrison was KILLING it over at WABC!
Loren Owens & Wally Brine were a Boston radio institution. The two were first paired together at WVBF in the early 1980s, and managed to continue on the morning show, through management changes, ownership[…]
This is *almost* the best quality you can get from a recording of an old AM radio station.