Saturday, July 22, 2017

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017

WTRI

1520 AM WTRI went on the air in 1966 and is licensed to Brunswick, Maryland.  They probably broadcast a Country format when this sticker was current.  The station was once owned by oddball politician and conspiracy theorist Lyndon LaRouche.  Recent years has seen a variety of formats including Standards, Classic Country, Spanish and Asian-centered programming as well as going silent multiple times.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

WMVB

1440 AM WMVB (W Millville Vineland Bridgeton) airs a Variety format in Millville, New Jersey.  They were probably an Easy Listening or Adult Contemporary station when this sticker first appeared.  They stopped simulcasting on FM in 1988.  97.3 FM is currently WENJ, an ESPN Radio-affiliated Sports station.

WJSR

WJSR was a student-run station broadcasting from the campus of Jefferson State Community College in Birmingham, Alabama.  Interestingly, they shared the same frequency as another college radio station in the same city--Samford University's WVSU.  Apparently this wasn't a time-share agreement.  Both stations operated at the same time utilizing directional antennas away from each other.  WJSR was on the air from 1979 until 2014.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

WERL

950 AM WERL is a News/Talk station licensed to Eagle River, Wisconsin. 

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

WAKO

910 AM WAKO went on the air in Lawrenceville, Illinois in 1959.  They currently carry a Classic Country format which is simulcast on translator W257DW at 99.3 FM.

Monday, July 10, 2017

KTEP

88.5 FM KTEP is a non-commercial, public radio station broadcasting from the University of Texas at El Paso.  Former ABC News anchor Sam Donaldson was the station manager there in the 1950s when they had the call letters KVOF.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

KOTC

The coupons on the back of this KOTC bumper sticker dates it to 1995.  Given the slogan on the decal, they may well have been a Country station although 1996's Broadcast Yearbook says they carried an Adult Contemporary/Classic Gold format.  KOTC was licensed to Kennett, Missouri and went silent in 2008.  830 AM first began broadcasting as KBOA in 1947.

Saturday, July 8, 2017

KGLA

1540 AM KGLA is a Spanish Tropical station licensed to Gretna, Louisiana just east of New Orleans.  They are also heard on translator K289AM at 105.7 FM.