Friday, April 21, 2017


105.9 FM KLAZ is a CHR station in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Edges

KEGE was a Modern Rock station in Minneapolis, Minnesota from 1994 to 1997.  At one point, "93.7 FM The Edge" had the highest overall Arbitron ratings of any Alternative Rock station in the country.  Their annual "Edgefest" concert was so popular that rival station "Rev 105" gave away tickets to the show (without mentioning the "Edgefest name, of course.)

KKDG "The Edge 105.9" was a short-lived Talk station circa 2005 in Fresno, California featuring Howard Stern in the mornings.

KKED is an Alternative Rock station in Fairbanks, Alaska.  The Edge branding went away in 2016 and they are now known as "Alt 104.7"

88.7 WFNP is a student-run station at the State University of New York at New Paltz in Rosendale, NY.  Operating hours are given on the above sticker because WFNP shares the 88.7 FM frequency with Classical station WMHT.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017


98.3 CIFM plays Rock 'n Roll in Kamloops, British Columbia.  The station is also heard on about a dozen rebroadcasters throughout south/central BC.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017


810 KGO is a Talk station in San Francisco, California.  With a clear channel, 50,000-watt signal, the partially solar-powered station can be heard at night throughout most of the western United States.  For over 27 years (1983 to 2010) KGO was the top-rated station in the market but have recently experienced major programming changes, layoffs and lower ratings.  California Golden Bears football games have been heard on KGO since 1974.
Another KGO sticker can be seen here.

Monday, April 17, 2017


A t-shirt from News/Talk station WDEL 1150 AM in Wilmington, Delaware.  They are that state's oldest radio station, having gone on the air in 1922.

Sunday, April 16, 2017


Sacramento, California's 106.5 KWOD began in 1977 with a hybrid Jazz/Adult Contemporary music mix. The call letters were chosen to represent quadraphonic sound, the four-speaker audio technology that never caught on but which KWOD was one of the first to experiment with.  Soon after, the station became a Top-40 outlet which lasted until 1991.

KWOD's Alternative Rock era endured from April, 1991 until May, 2009.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

EZ Rock

EZ Rock is a chain of Adult Contemporary stations in Canada.  The stations were originally based mostly in Ontario but, after ownership changes of the EZ Rock brand, are now heard almost exclusively in British Columbia.

CJEZ in Toronto, Ontario.  The former flagship EZ Rock station which began in 1995.

CHUR - North Bay, Ontario

CJCJ - Woodstock, New Brunswick

CIQM - London, Ontario

Friday, April 14, 2017


A rarely seen, frequency-only magnet from 91.3 WPFG (With Praise For God) in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.  The Religious station went on the air in May, 2012.

Thursday, April 13, 2017


AM 1400 KCOW plays Oldies in Alliance, Nebraska.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017


 WBBI "107.5 The Bear" - Binghamton, New York

 WBHR "660 The Bear" - Sauk Rapids, Minnesota

WFFN "95.3 The Bear" - Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  The flagship station for Alabama Crimson Tide football games.

WBYR "107.7 The Bear" licensed to Weathersfield, New York played Classic Rock from 1986 to 1988.

I survived a run-in with some totally not fake bears while hiking in the woods last weekend.
("Artwork" courtesy of Dan Sys)

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Mega FM

Mega Hits FM broadcasts at 92.4 FM in Lisbon, Portugal as well as five other frequencies spread throughout the country.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Radio Fantastiek

103.4 FM Radio Fantastiek broadcast in Brussels, Belgium until 2004.

Sunday, April 9, 2017


WWDL was an Adult Contemporary station in Scranton, Pennsylvania.  The 270-watt outlet went on the air in 1964 and was owned by Doug Lane (the DL in the call letters) until he sold the station in 2005 and went to prison for child molestation.  104.9 FM is currently Classic Hits "105 The River" WWRR.

Saturday, April 8, 2017


WNWN "Win 98.5" plays Country music in Battle Creek, Michigan.

Friday, April 7, 2017

Good News Network

The Good News Network is a group of Religious stations in four southern states airing Christian talk, teaching and music.  The network has 17 stations and translators broadcasting in English and five heard in Spanish.

WLPE - Augusta, Georgia

WGPH - Vidalia, Georgia

WKTM - Soperton, Georgia

WBLR - Batesburg, South Carolina

WZZG was a GNN affiliated station licensed to Toomsboro, Georgia that went dark in 2015.  The FCC canceled its license in 2016 due to WZZG having been silent for more than a year.

Thursday, April 6, 2017


1150 AM WGGH (W God George Hartley) airs Talk and Religious programming in Marion, Illinois.  The 5,000-watt daytimer covers parts of five states and went on the air in 1949.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017


90.9 WBUR (W Boston University Radio) is a public radio outlet in Boston, Massachusetts.  They started in 1950 as a student-run station before shifting to a professional staff in the 1970s.  Most music programs were phased out over the years and now the programming is almost entirely News/Talk with a large amount of NPR shows.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017


KUPI is a 100,000-watt Country station in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Monday, April 3, 2017


KRCB (K Rural California Broadcasting) is a non-commercial, public radio station licensed to Windsor, California (although when I received this sticker in 2002 they were licensed to Santa Rosa, CA).  "Radio 91" went on the air in 1993.

Sunday, April 2, 2017


"K104" KIQY was a Top-40 station licensed to Lebanon, Oregon.  They broadcast in the Willamette Valley from 1978 until 1993.  The KIQY call letters were supposedly chosen because of its resemblance to "K104" which seems quite a stretch.

Saturday, April 1, 2017


Honolulu's FM 100 KCCN began airing Contemporary Hawaiian music in 1990.  They were the sister station to KCCN AM which broadcast a Traditional Hawaiian format before they flipped to Sports in 2003.