In Podcast 9, we begin with radio industry news from Jeff Bennett, Walt Kramer reminds us that May is, or at least used to be, National Radio Month, Jeff Bennett gives us some of the best New York City DJs of the 50s and 60s, Jenny sparks tells us the latest format and call letter changes, and Bill Sparks gives us an audio sample of WLYF, the first Number One! FM station in the USA.
Jeff Bennett is here with all the latest news from the world of Radio.
Jenny Sparks has the latest call letter and Format changes.
Part 4, of the Walt Kramer interview.
The WJR history continues.
Bill Sparks has a feature on What’s new
Jeff Bennett is back with all of the latest news from the world of Radio.
Jenny Sparks is here with Call letter and format changes.
Bill Sparks does a followup on Live major league baseball.
Part 5, on the history of WJR.
And the third segment of the interview with Walt Kramer.
In podcast 6, we hear the latest radio industry news from Jeff Bennett,
call letter and format changes from Jennifer Sparks, more on the history of WJR in Detroit, and part two of Gary Stevens interview with Walt Kramer. Plus, Bill sparks demonstrates four sites for listening to live sportscasts.
We also hear more from Charlie Tuna from april 3 on the Classic Top40 syndicated 60s and 70s format.
In Podcast 5, Bill Sparks and Michael Lauf review
Radio? Sure! 1.88
Jeff Bennett gives us the latest radio industry news, Jennifer sparks tells us of call letter and format changes, we hear part 3 in the history of WJR in detroit, we interview Walt Kramer about his broadcast career, and we hear some 1964 PAMS jingles from WQAM in Miami.