News, weather, traffic, sports and well-written, thoughtful features — one-stop news shopping. In college, deep in southwestern Pennsylvania, I could pick up every night.
OK people, when I give you the cue. This exhibit, particularly the Sarah Vaughn jingle, reminds me of a time when radio held such great promise.
Top 40 shook off the threat of TV and thousands of local radio stations were independently operated. Today, who listens to radio? Do we count Satellite radio, and Internet radio? But more importantly, does every community have the options and opportunities for the local radio ownership and employment that existed in ?
Hitbound in the Big Town. O'Brien became a TV anchor in Philadelphia. He died tragically in a skydiving promotion.
WOR-FM was where the Boss Sound became The Big Town Sound, and perhaps due to the multipath some of which is showcased in this clipdid not survive as long as the "left coast" original. Also noteworthy is the promo for a recording contract with MGM, just 8 years earlier, the call letters of another NYC radio station.
Who says things change faster these days? Jerry Butler is featured in this short sample of his first few minutes of his first show on KHJ, October 15, He took his own life after leaving KGIL in the summer of Cloudy, with drizzies tonight, gang - uh oh - but it's not gonna impede our quest for adventure in the neon fun jungle on a fractious Friday night.
This 'check is a fine example of the kind of infectious, unforgettable and consistent energy in which Steele excelled. All you had to do was guess the total weight of the car, filled with a "stash of coin cash and all the Boss Jocks.
It could rightfully be considered a "mini-history of popular music radio" as it attempts to define the "secrets" and formatics of "Drake" and "Progressive" Radio.
Init was easy to disparage the original production elements of Top 40, and the narrators bash many of them, and then proceed to provide a short-form bio of Bill Drake, and his "well-oiled machine". The authors of this exhibit were identified within minutes of the opening!Find the latest career opportunities in NYC.
Search for full time, part time, temporary, and freelance media jobs in New York. Discover job openings at all levels, from entry level to executive. Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traffic And The Best of NY. In today's Opening Bell Report, WCBS anchors Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane remember John McCain and Aretha Franklin as the nation says its final goodbyes.
Alfred H. Grebe Leads Off WCBS News Radio’s Series, 50 People To Know: WCBS Celebrates 50 Years Of Covering News In New York. We are pleased WCBS News Radio in New York City is commemorating Alfred H.
Grebe’s radio station WAHG, as the originator of what became WCBS. Joe’s reports, described as “business news for everyone” are heard weekday mornings on WCBS between 5 and 10am.
Connolly’s reports, described as “business news for everyone” are heard weekday mornings on WCBS between 5 and 10am. Anyone can deliver the numbers but what makes Joe stand out, is his ability to distill financial and business information in a consumer friendly way.