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WRKO/The BIG 68 Remembered

Also WMEX, WNAC and other former Top 40 New England Radio stations. Airchecks, history and memorabilia.

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 http://wrko.org/ | Vote: yes / no | Similar records


WOLF1490 Tribute Site

Syracuse's WOLF The Big 15. Where greats like Dick Clark, Marv Albert, Bud Ballou, Dale Dorman, Hank Greenwalk and others started.

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The Classic CKLW Page

This page remembers the Big 8, CKLW (Windsor/Detroit) - one of the top radio stations in the world in the 1960's and 1970's.

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Steve Cichon's staffannouncer.com

a huge WBEN, Buffalo 75th anniversary tribute, plus a zany hodge podge of Broadcasting memories, mostly revolving Around Buffalo, NY.

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 http://www.staffannouncer.com/ | Vote: yes / no | Similar records


Berea Original Old Radio Shows and Programs

Website dedicated to promoting old US radio shows via purchase of MP3 or Audio CDs.

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 http://www.originaloldradio.com/ | Vote: yes / no | Similar records


NY Radio Memories

A tribute to New York Radio in the late 50s, the 60s and the early 70s

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Little Orley

Lumpy Brannum created and narrated the "Little Orley" stories for Fred Waring's radio program of the late 1940s. Lumpy was best known as Mr. Greenjeans on The Captain Kangaroo Show.

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The Mercia Sound History Website

A history of Mercia Sound, the UK local radio station for Coventry, Warwickshire and South West Leicestershire. Includes audio clips, presenter profile, playlists, schedules, jingles and articles.

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 http://www.kps.org.uk/ | Vote: yes / no | Similar records


KSAN - Jive95

Dedicated to the memories and spirit of KSAN-FM, San Francisco. For more than a decade, starting in 1968, under the hands of FM godfather, Tom Donahue, KSAN led a free-form revolution that produced incredible, inspiring and outrageous radio.

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