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Howard Stern, with guests Donnie Simpson & Dee Snider, 92.3 K-Rock WXRK New York | October 1, 1998

Advertisements Radio Station: 92.3 K-Rock WXRK New York Frequency: 92.3 MHZ Format: Rock Love him, or hate him, I think we can all agree that nobody does an interview like Howard Stern. He knows howContinue readingHoward Stern, with guests Donnie Simpson & Dee Snider, 92.3 K-Rock WXRK New York | October 1, 1998

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.

Howard Stern, WYSP 94 Philadelphia | February 1987

Advertisements In 1985, Howard Stern, and his crew were fired from WNBC, as they were near the top of the New York ratings. It’s no surprise they were quickly scooped up by New York’s WXRK,Continue readingHoward Stern, WYSP 94 Philadelphia | February 1987

EJ (Joe) Crummey Produces and Co-Hosts the Wolfman Jack Show, 66 WNBC New York | February, 1986, Part 3

This is another in our series of AM-Stereo airchecks. WNBC used the Khan-Hazeltine AM Stereo system and while the transmitting plant itself was finely tuned and well-processed by NBC’s top-notch engineers, heard on a (then) modern, wideband AM Stereo receiver, this sounds BETTER than modern processed FM stations!

EJ (Joe) Crummey Produces and Co-Hosts the Wolfman Jack Show, 66 WNBC New York | February, 1986, Part 2

Here’s PART 2 in our series of AM-Stereo airchecks. WNBC used the Khan-Hazeltine AM Stereo system and while the transmitting plant itself was finely tuned and well-processed by NBC’s top-notch engineers, heard on a (then) modern, wideband AM Stereo receiver, this sounds BETTER than modern processed FM stations!