Station Profile: 13 WAVZ New Haven | September, 1976

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Courtesy of Andrew Bologovsky - Thanks!

Date of Recording: 09.xx.1976 (Exact Date Unown)
Station: 1300 WAVZ New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Format: Top 40 (Later: Standards – 1981, Liberal Talk – 2001, Sports – 2007)
Featured Air Personality: Various
Contributor: Andy Bologovsky

Comments:

13 Waves sported some of the best talent in the U.S., and this 8 minute profile from 1976 showcases the talents of such names as Paul “the Morning Mayor”, Midday guy Tom Morgan, “The Chucker” (who narrates this profile), Afternoon personality John E. Walker, Night guy Mike West (WGNG Providence, WTIC-FM Hartford), Sunshine 10pm-2am and Early morning she-jock Lise.

13 WAVZ New Haven


2 Replies to “Station Profile: 13 WAVZ New Haven | September, 1976”

  1. bob


    WAVS was a great station…not as polished as the larger market satations…but a great compelling station none the less!

    It’s great to hear all the dayparts on this aircheck!

    I think the PD is pretty proud of his contest “What would YOU like to win”…as it is a bit overdone. 😉

  2. Ross


    I made many road trips between Boston and Baltimore and I always looked forward to listening to those secondary markets like New Haven which were “feeders” to the majors like NY and Philadelphia. New Haven and Providence had some of the best-sounding radio: WAVZ, WNHC, WGNG, JB 105 (WPJB), WPRO-FM.

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