Tuesday, September 18, 2018


The KRDS call letters existed in Phoenix, Arizona from 1963 until 1997.  The top sticker dates to when they carried a Country format as "Cards Country" circa (I'm guessing) the late 1960s.  Other formats over the years include News/Talk, Contemporary Christian and Spanish.  KRDS was licensed to Tolleson, AZ.

Monday, September 17, 2018


"Classy 97" KLCE is an Adult Contemporary station licensed to Blackfoot, Idaho.

Sunday, September 16, 2018


88.5 FM KEOM is a 61,000-watt, Classic Hits station licensed to the Dallas suburb of Mesquite, Texas.  They are operated by the Mesquite Independent School District whose five high schools provide the student DJs.  KEOM went on the air in September, 1984.

Saturday, September 15, 2018


A 1983 sticker from 1400 AM KATI which was a Country station in Casper, Wyoming.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Family Talk

Family Talk broadcasts Religious Talk and Teaching via SiriusXM Satellite Radio.  This sticker dates to before Sirius and XM merged to become a monopoly, er, single company in 2008.  They now appear on Channel 131.  Family Talk is based in Arlington, Virginia and is co-owned with Salem Media Group's terrestrial stations including WAVA and WRCW.

Thursday, September 13, 2018


104.9 FM WRBB (W Radio Back Bay) is a student-run station from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.  They went on the air in 1962 as a dormitory-only, carrier current outlet with call letters WNEU.  WRBB is a Freeform station and also broadcasts Northeastern basketball, baseball and hockey games.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Even More Kiss FMs

 KSSX - Carlsbad/San Diego, California

WBHK - Warrior, Alabama

KTRS - Casper, Wyoming

KZII - Lubbock, Texas

Tuesday, September 11, 2018


104.7 WROD FM is actually translator station W284AV licensed to Deltona, Florida.  The Classic Rock station is also heard on 1340 WROD AM and has been on the air since January, 2015.

Monday, September 10, 2018


KURY plays Classic Hits at 95.3 FM and airs a Nostalgia format at 910 on the AM dial.  They are licensed to Brookings, Oregon which is located in a so-called "banana belt," where temperatures (especially in the winter) are unusually warmer than the region as a whole. 

Sunday, September 9, 2018


Vancouver, British Columbia's 99.3 FM CKLG went on the air as an Easy Listening station in the fall of 1964.  In 1967 they started playing Rock and Folk music during late night hours and eventually expanded it all day except for 6-10 AM when they still played Classical/Easy Listening music.  In January, 1979 they became CFOX and have played different types of Rock music ever since.  The last song played on CKLG was "The End" by The Doors and the first song on CFOX was Steely Dan's "FM (No Static At All)".
The CKLG call letters currently still exist in Vancouver as "96.9 Jack FM".  Some old CKLG-AM stickers can be seen here.

Saturday, September 8, 2018


1400 AM KRPL (K Ralph Patterson Land) is a Sports station and ESPN Radio affiliate licensed to Moscow, Idaho.  They went on the air in May, 1947.  During the 1960s and 70s they were a Top-40 station and was once the workplace of a pre-Chicago Larry Lujack.  The top sticker is a real whopper, measuring almost 17 inches long.

Friday, September 7, 2018


106.9 FM KMOK was a CHR station in Lewiston, Idaho when this sticker and t-shirt came out.  They now carry a Country format as "The Outlaw".


1210 AM VOAR (Voice Of Adventist Radio) is a Religious station licensed to Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador.  They are one of only four Canadian radio stations whose call letters do not start with the letter C.  The history of the station goes back to 1929 with station 8BSL (8 Bible Study League) using a homemade transmitter located in a church attic.  Today, VOAR rebroadcasts on multiple frequencies throughout Newfoundland and Labrador as well as other provinces.  They are also in the process of converting from 1210 AM to 96.7 FM.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Actual Sticker Sighting / KZIA

Saw this sticker on the road the other day.  The decal was unique enough that I knew I had it in my collection but it was tough to ID because the "102.9" wasn't clearly visible.  After a little research of every "Z" branded station, I figured out it was from...

..."Z102.9" KZIA, a CHR station licensed to Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Radio Dolomiti

Radio Dolomiti broadcasts from the Alpine town of Trento in northern Italy.  They are heard on about three dozen frequencies throughout the region.  The station name refers to the nearby Dolomite Mountains.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018


Yleisradio Oy a.k.a. YLE is Finland's national broadcasting company, founded in 1926 and based in Helsinki.

This "merisää" (marine weather) map sticker shows Finland's coast stretching from Kemi in the north to Kotka in the south with various YLE stations and frequencies in between.

 A decal from the YLE station at 94.3 FM in Turku, Finland.

Monday, September 3, 2018


91.3 FM WYEP began broadcasting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in April, 1974.  The independent, public radio station airs an Adult Album Alternative format with 18,000-watts of power.

Sunday, September 2, 2018


WQSM "Q98" is a 100,000-watt Top-40 station in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Saturday, September 1, 2018


"B103.7" WMXB was an Adult Contemporary station in Richmond, Virginia from 1988 to 2004.

Friday, August 31, 2018


WJUL existed from 1975 until 2003 in Lowell, Massachusetts.  The call letters were changed from WLTI to reflect the mid-1970s merging of two schools to form the University of Lowell.  Today, 91.5 FM has the call letters WUML and the school is known as the University of Massachusetts Lowell.