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Jerry Blavat, WCAU-FM Solid Gold 98 Philadelphia | 1972

Advertisements In 1960 when starting his broadcast career at WCAM in Camden N.J., across the river from Philadelphia, Jerry Blavat was already a local celebrity. Blavat was one of the teenage dancers on the WFILContinue readingJerry Blavat, WCAU-FM Solid Gold 98 Philadelphia | 1972

Richard Hawkins, Hot Hits 98 WCAU-FM Philadelphia | July 1984

Advertisements Before the birth of what’s known today as WOGL, 98.1 was home to a heritage set of call letters and a trademarked hot Top 40 format which graced a dozen or so markets fromContinue readingRichard Hawkins, Hot Hits 98 WCAU-FM Philadelphia | July 1984

Wynn Moore, 96.5 WWDB Philadelphia | 1978

Advertisements Philadelphia’s WWDB 96.5, was one of the first FM talk stations in the country. From 1975 till 2000, Philadelphia’s daily pulse – politics, food, sports – thumped on WWDB. The initial lineup of talkContinue readingWynn Moore, 96.5 WWDB Philadelphia | 1978

WCAU-FM Hot Hits 98 Philadelphia – WCAU-FM Hot News – November 27, 1981

Advertisements   In 1981, radio consultant Mike Joseph installed his Hot Hits format on WCAU-FM in Philadelphia, and that began the 1980s Contemporary Hit Radio revival. Hot Hits was fast paced, lots of forward momentum,Continue readingWCAU-FM Hot Hits 98 Philadelphia – WCAU-FM Hot News – November 27, 1981

“Long” John Wade, 56 WFIL Philadelphia | August 1970

Advertisements   Philadelphia’s Famous 56 WFIL, the Delaware Valley’s Pop Powerhouse, was the home of many broadcasting legends. Jim O’Brien, Dr Don Rose, George Michael, Jim Nettelton, Dick Heatherton, Frank Kingston Smith, & the jockContinue reading“Long” John Wade, 56 WFIL Philadelphia | August 1970