Tuesday, September 16, 2014


90.5 WVUM is the (W) Voice of the University of Miami broadcasting from Coral Gables, Florida.  Radio at UM began in 1967 when some students started an unlicensed pirate station in their dorm.  After being discovered by the FCC the university decided to officially register the station a year later.  The 1,300-watt, student-run station primarily plays Indie Rock and Electronic music along with specialty shows and Miami Hurricane sports. 

Monday, September 15, 2014


"Cave 97.7" KAVV is a Country music station licensed to Benson, Arizona.

Sunday, September 14, 2014


96.9 WOUR has been a Rock station in Utica, New York since 1973.

Saturday, September 13, 2014


WLRT broadcast in Kankakee, Illinois with an Adult Contemporary format as "Lite 93" and (earlier?) as "T93" playing Country.  92.7 FM is currently an Oldies outlet "The Valley" WVLI.

Friday, September 12, 2014


1400 AM KRE was a Progressive Jazz station in Berkeley, California.  They played a mix of jazz fusion and modern jazz as well as R&B, Soul, Reggae and Blues. 

In 1973 the KRE facilities were used by director George Lucas in his movie American Graffiti.  Lucas used their radio studios to film the legendary Wolfman Jack for his scenes with Richard Dreyfuss.

Thursday, September 11, 2014


1420 AM WGAS is a Religious Teaching/Urban Gospel station licensed to South Gastonia, North Carolina.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Sticker Board #6

The 6th of 26 boards of stickers that I made in the late 1990s.  Click the picture to enlarge.

Starting at the top left, stickers include:

WHFS - Annapolis, Maryland
"Spirit 1310" WDCT - Fairfax, Virginia
WLOL - Minneapolis, Minnesota
KKEZ - Fort Dodge, Iowa
"The Source 104.3" WIDB - Carbondale, Illinois
WAMU - Washington, District of Columbia
WTEM - Bethesda, Maryland
"KS95" KSTP - St. Paul, Minnesota
"97 Rock" WLAV - Grand Rapids, Michigan
WDRE - Garden City, New York
KLOS - Los Angeles, California
"K99 FM" KAAK - Great Falls, Montana
"Y101 FM" WYNZ - Westbrook, Maine
"Power 106" KPWR - Los Angeles, California
RTL Radio - Berlin, Germany
KLSX - Los Angeles, California
WDDC - Portage, Wisconsin
"Arrow 108" KXOA - Sacramento, California
"Kool 94.5" KOOL - Phoenix, Arizona
"Q106" KKLQ - San Diego, California
"The Light FM" WXPZ - Milford, Delaware
KILA - Las Vegas, Nevada
WAGE - Leesburg, Virginia
"Rock 102.1" KIOZ - Oceanside, California
"Rock 104" KJJO - St. Louis Park, Minnesota
KJLH - Compton, California
"Q106" WQPM - Princeton, Minnesota
Hessischer Rundfunk - Frankfurt, Germany
"News Talk 1410" KERN - Bakersfield, California
KRZR - Hanford, California
KDNI - Duluth, Minnesota
"95.7 The Fox" KJFX - Fresno, California
KKOB - Albuquerque, New Mexico
"94 Oldies" KERN - Bakersfield, California
"Hot 97.7" KHQT - Los Altos, California
WOOF - Dothan, Alabama
KLAX - East Los Angeles, California
"Lite 104.1" KBOX - Lompoc, California
WNRK - Newark, Delaware
Hessischer Rundfunk - Frankfurt, Germany
Radio Melody - Salzburg, Austria
Radio Argovia - Brugg, Switzerland
KCCQ - Ames, Iowa
"The Mint 88.9" KETR - Commerce, Texas
"Mix 94.3" WNFB - Lake City, Florida
WXYC - Chapel Hill, North Carolina
"KFM 102" KFMS - Las Vegas, Nevada
CFJR - Brockville, Ontario
Radio Padul - Granada, Spain
KRTY - Los Gatos, California
Radio Virgo - Örebro, Sweden
Voice of Turkey - Ankara, Turkey
"Mega Rock 980 AM" KMZZ - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Antenne Steiermark - Graz, Austria
WUSY - Cleveland, Tennessee
KZIO - Superior, Wisconsin
KMDY - Thousand Oaks, California
"Channel Z 95.1" WCHZ - Harlem, Georgia

Tuesday, September 9, 2014


WBRS began in 1964 as a carrier current station heard on the campus of Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.  They started broadcasting at 91.7 FM in 1968 and moved to 100.1 FM in 1984.  The 25-watt station carries a block-programmed Variety format hosted mainly by students but also by community members and school faculty.

Monday, September 8, 2014


WMEL is a News/Talk station in (W) MELbourne, Florida.  They went on the air at 920 AM on New Year's Day in 1956.  After an ownership change in 2007 WMEL began broadcasting at 1300 AM and is now licensed to Cocoa Beach, FL.

Sunday, September 7, 2014


1400 AM KCLA broadcast from Pine Bluff, Arkansas.  Over the years they were a Top-40, Nostalgia and Sports Talk station but they were primarily known for their Country format.  KCLA went off the air in 2007 and their license was canceled in 2011.
Pine Bluff's Zebra drive-in theater opened in the early 1950s and closed in the mid 1980s.

Saturday, September 6, 2014


"Q100.3" WCYQ plays Country music in Knoxville, Tennessee. 

Friday, September 5, 2014

Thursday, September 4, 2014

The Highway Stations

"The Highway Stations" began in 1980 specifically to serve motorists driving between Los Angeles, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.  At that time, there were literally no FM stations to be heard in this sparsely populated area along Interstate 15.  The stations eventually attracted a sizable amount of casino advertising aimed at listeners destined for Vegas.  The two original outlets were 98.1 KRXV licensed to Yermo, CA and 99.5 FM KXVR licensed to Mountain Pass, CA.  Along with 98.9 KHWY in Essex, CA, they are now branded as "The Highway Vibe" and carry an Adult Contemporary format.

Highway Radio later added Rock formatted stations known as "The Drive" as well as "Highway Country."

Wednesday, September 3, 2014


"96.3 The Hot FM" was a CHR station licensed to Morehead City, North Carolina.  WRHT is now home to "Thunder Country 96.3"

Tuesday, September 2, 2014


90.5 FM CFCR is a volunteer-run, community radio station in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  They went on the air in September, 1991.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Radio Gien

Radio Gien was a station de radio locale in Gien, France from 1981 until 1998.  This sticker dates to 1991 when they added two simulcast signals and switched their main frequency from 98.7 to 100.2 FM.


KKWF "100.7 The Wolf" is a Country station in Seattle, Washington. Try not to confuse this sticker with this one.  Or this one.

Sunday, August 31, 2014


KDXX was a Regional Mexican station in Dallas, Texas in the late 1990s to early 2000s.

Friday, August 29, 2014


104.9 FM WTKM (We're The Kettle Moraine) is a community-oriented, Full Service radio station licensed to Hartford, Wisconsin.  They air a mix of News/Talk, Country and Polka music.  The co-owned signals are no longer simulcast as the AM half currently carries an Oldies format as "Cruisin' 1540." 

Thursday, August 28, 2014


WNSG was a Gospel station in Nashville, Tennessee circa 2002.  1240 AM is currently Regional Mexican "Activa 1240" WNVL.