Wednesday, April 30, 2014


91.3 WLRN (We LeaRN) is Miami, Florida's main public radio station.  They are owned by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and is the area's NPR member station.  Programming is also simulcast on 91.5 WKWM as well as 5 translators in the Florida Keys.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Dart on Map - KEGK

It's been a long time since I've thrown a random dart at a map and found the closest radio sticker to where it landed.  The dart landed on the North Dakota/Minnesota border about 10 miles south of Fargo.

A static window sticker and t-shirt from "Eagle 106.9" KEGK, a Classic Hits station licensed to Wahpeton, North Dakota, a few miles south of where the dart landed.

Monday, April 28, 2014


580 AM WGAC broadcasts a News/Talk format in Augusta, Georgia.  They can also be heard on 95.1 FM.

Sunday, April 27, 2014


92.9 WBOS is an Alternative Rock station licensed to Brookline, Massachusetts.

Saturday, April 26, 2014


A sticker and t-shirt from "Z93" WZGC in Atlanta, Georgia.  They carried a Classic Rock format from 1989 until 2004 when they flipped to Adult Album Alternative as "Dave FM."  WZGC is currently a Sports station "92-9 The Game."

Friday, April 25, 2014


600 AM KTBB is a News/Talk station in Tyler, Texas.  They began broadcasting on August 28, 1947.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Danubius Rádió

From what I can tell in trying to read this translated Wikipedia page, Danubius Rádió was a contemporary music station based in Budapest, Hungary from 1986 to 2009.  The original idea was to broadcast in German for an Austrian audience because, at the time, commercial stations in Austria were illegal.  Danubius Rádió became an internet-only station after terrestrial broadcasts ended.  Online streaming ceased in 2010.

This video documents the final night of Danubius Rádió.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014


"The Voice of the Prairies," CFCN went on the air in Calgary, Alberta in 1922.  AM 1060 carried the CFCN call letters until 1994 when they became CKMX.  They currently carry an all-Comedy format as "Funny 1060."

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Cherie FM

Cherie FM broadcast in Belgium beginning in the early 1990s.  Besides the 103.6 FM outlet in Leige, the Paris-based Cherie FM network also had stations in Charleroi and Brussels.  According to Wikipedia, Cherie FM ceased broadcasting in 2008 (at least in Belgium) but they still seem to have frequencies all over France.

Monday, April 21, 2014


KKUU "U92.7" is a Rhythmic Top-40 station licensed to Indio, California.


KDVS began broadcasting on FM from the University of California, Davis in 1968.  A few more KDVS stickers can be seen here.

Sunday, April 20, 2014


1290 AM KAZA is a 5000 watt station licensed to Gilroy, California.  They currently carry Vietnamese-language programming.  Prior to that they carried a Spanish-language format.

Friday, April 18, 2014


89.7 FM WTKC (Where Thy Kingdom Comes) is a Religious station in Findlay, Ohio.  They went on the air in June, 2007.

Thursday, April 17, 2014


This sticker from "Winner 98 FM" is proving to be a tough one to definitively identify.  Someone wrote "WNRR WI" on the back.  This 1973 Wisconsin Blue Book lists a WNRR in Neenah, WI.  This guy's LinkedIn page says that he was a weekend jock on WNRR in Appleton, WI in the late 1960s.  Both the 1968 and 1969 Broadcasting Yearbooks don't show a WNRR in their alphabetical list of all call letters.  A current check for stations licensed to these two cities don't show any that are close to the 98 FM frequency.  Anybody know what frequency, format and city of license this sticker is from? 

UPDATE:  See comments.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


WAYM is a Contemporary Christian station licensed to the Nashville suburb of Spring Hill, Tennessee.  They are one of more than two dozen stations and translators in the WAY-FM network based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Prairie Public Radio

Prairie Public Radio is a network of 10 stations and 8 translators throughout North Dakota as well as parts of Minnesota and Montana.  There are two main programming services on PPR.  The News and Classical network is carried on most stations and originates from KCND in Bismarck.  The Roots, Rock and Jazz network carries Adult Album Alternative programming.

This dual sticker is from 1370 AM KUND in Grand Forks and 90.7 FM KFJM which is where the Roots, Rock and Jazz network originates from.  KUND-AM was sold in 2004 and is now a Catholic Religious station KWTL.  Prairie Public Radio has gone through a couple of name changes.  They were known as Northern Lights Public Radio starting in the 1970s and later changed to North Dakota Public Radio before become Prairie Public Radio in 2006.