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Flashback: Art Bell’s ‘Midnight In The Desert’ – Art Bell at...

Bell was the founder and original owner of Pahrump-based radio station KNYE 95.1 FM. His broadcast studio and transmitter were located near his home in Pahrump, where he also hosted Coast to Coast AM. However, from June to December 2006, he lived in the Philippines.

With 25 years of Syndication Under Her Belt! Radio Ink talks...

After traveling the country, working at different radio stations and building her audience, Delilah was syndicated at the age of 36.

Chuck McCoy Returns to PSR on June 21st…

Chuck and his wife Kim are currently visiting children and grandchildren back in New Jersey. They return home to Portland later this week and Chuck and ‘Memories to Remember’ will be back on Monday June 14th…

Big time radio in a small market, by Chuck McCoy…

But here I want to focus on my days at a very “Big Time” station in a market of about 25,000 people in Southern Ontario. Anyone who lived and grew up in that part of the country will easily remember the great “Swingin’ 68”, CHLO.

103.9 Juice FM Comes Under Fire Online

The Juice parked where they shouldn't have, And the internet explodes.

JACK CULLEN-Legendary Disc Jockey

flashback to the days of legendary Jack Cullen with this youtube video.... come inside

Seattle Celebrates 50th Beatles’ with ‘Get Back’ in August!

Radio Icon Pat O'Day was there on stage with the Beatles 50 years ago... Get Back takes place in Seattle this August...

Dropping in on Layne Mitchell’s podcasts

Making the rounds of our facebook newsfeed, we found Layne Mitchell's page of Podcasts, so decided...

Seattle Radio Legends Pat O’Day & Lan Roberts 1979 TV Interview

In the late 70's Seattle Broadcast Legend Pat O'Day bought a radio station in Hawaii called KORL and hired the late Lan Roberts. Here' the two of them being interviewed Inside

The Zone 91.3 Launch Audio from 2001

In July of 2001, The Zone 91.3 signed on the air in Victoria, BC. This is what their first hour of radio sounded like.