Its been said that nobody could imitate WABC’s Dan Ingram. If anyone could get close, though, Dan Taylor could. VERY close! In this edition of the WNBC Time Machine, Larry Scott opens with News On
Often, if not most times in radio, when a DJ disappears either because he quit or was fired, most people never know why until they read about it in the paper. Or hear it through
Dan Taylor says he got his start in radio right there at WCBS-FM, just two years out of high school in 1978. That’s a wow moment for me, having discovered Taylor on 1050 WHN in
Here’s a look at early-80s WHN… there’s not much life left in the biggest and most memorable Country station New York ever had at this point, but it sounds SO good! The music is scoped,
Please scroll below the player and read an important message Honestly now… what do I write about the world’s best disc jockey that hasn’t already been said? He’s the greatest ever. Period. Listen to this
By 1987, WNBC had figured out that the audience actually increased when the station started playing a regular diet of Oldies. What had started as an experiment earlier in 1987 by Big Jay Sorensen was
As the Summer of 1988 transitioned into Fall, everyone knew WNBC was going away, they just didn’t know exactly when
Here’s the first in a large series of Time Machine airchecks from the late 66 (AM) WNBC New York.