Chuck Dunaway is often remembered from being on air at WABC in it’s early Top 40 days. He had a pretty successful radio career over 35 years. Dunaway held down afternoon drive slot at every[…]
Thanks to longtime Contributor Steven Green, Legendary Deejay Dan Ingram is the subject of this 26 minute composite of his air work on 77 WABC New York. A FEW WORDS ABOUT SUPPORT Now that the[…]
The dreaded “WABC Disco Era!” Many people consider this the beginning of the end of Musicradio 77 WABC. In December 1978, the new Disco 92 WKTU defeated WABC in the Arbitron ratings. It was the[…]
With the passing of the original “Shock Jock,” Don Imus, I had to share this. It a video aircheck of Imus In The Morning, that ran on C-Span, back in 1994. It was[…]
In late 1979, the winds of change were blowing through MusicRadio 77 WABC. People were spending more time listening to FM radio, and the once mighty WABC, was seeing it’s numbers drop. WABC management thought[…]
If you grew up in the metro New York City in the 1960s, or 70s, you probably listened to Dan Ingram. He hosted afternoon drive on WABC for 20 amazing years. (He also hosted[…]
One of your founder’s hobbies is scanning the FM band looking for “DX”. This particular day, the band was a dud. And, the entire recording was a mistake.
When WNBC was bought by Emmis in 1987, and the WFAN sports format was moved from 1050, to 660, Imus in the Morning, was the only show from WNBC to make the transition. Don Imus[…]