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Pam Stevens Back On Air in Vancouver

Pam Stevens has found a new radio home just weeks after being let go from Shore 104.

MONDAY in Broadcast History .. July 21st

It's the date that gave us Marshall McLuhan, Don Knotts, Robins Williams and Kay Starr. The CRTC gave approval to the Global TV network, "I Walk the Line" started 8 weeks atop the Country Music chart, Queen played the Montreal Frum, and Mary Hart insured her legs for $2 million. Leaving us on July 21st were actors Basil Rathbone and Robert Young, broadcaster Dave Garroway, singer Dorothy Collins, and musician Long John Baldry. Scores more milestones for the date INSIDE.

Tacoma Wash. Mortuary Sent Casey’s Remains to Montreal

The head of a Washington state funeral home that had initial responsibility for radio personality Casey Kasem says he personally made sure his remains were put on a flight to Montreal last Monday. The president of the Gaffney Funeral Home of Tacoma says he confirmed the remains arrived in Montreal and media reports suggesting they have disappeared are not true.

James Garner of TV’s Rockford Files & Maverick, Dead at 86

James Garner, whose whimsical style in the 1950s TV Western 'Maverick' led to a stellar career in TV and films such as The Rockford Files and his Oscar-nominated Murphy’s Romance, has died. There was no immediate word on a specific cause of death. Garner had suffered a stroke in May 2008, just weeks after his 80th birthday.

San Francisco Radio Waves w/Ben Fong-Torres

Edward Bear on radio: a beauty or a beast by Ben Fong-Torres, Radio Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle Sunday, July 20, 2014 At the KSAN reunion: Richard Gossett...

SUNDAY in Broadcast History .. July 20th

It's the date of birth for singers Buddy Knox and Kim Carnes, and actresses Diana Rigg and Natalie Wood. Bllboard published its first comprehensive hit singles list, the first astronauts walked on the moon, Bob Dylan's 'Like a Rolling Stone' was released, and The Carpenters' summer variety series debuted on NBC-TV. Ending their lives were news anchor Frank Reynolds and sportscaster Bill Flemming, Star Trek's James Doohan, Morty Nevins of The Three Suns, and wireless inventor Guglielmo Marconi. These and scores more milestones detailed INSIDE.

CKNW will reinvent themselves with the likes of Drex

In this interview, the Group in question opposes billboard advertising in Chinese even in places like Richmond with over 90% of the population being of chinese descent. The Group also has contempt towards the likes of Jim Pattison and the Free Enterprise System.... Come inside, read and listen to the clip...

Changes Coming to KJR-FM

courtesy    Last Updated on July 18, 2014 at 4:06 pm A change is on the horizon at Clear Channel Classic Rock 95.7 KJR-FM...

KIIS FM Radio Aircheck 1

Going back to 1985 with Rick Dees doing the morning show at KISS FM in Los Angeles

CKLW Radio Aircheck 4

Mark Summers Aircheck series features another Big 8 from 1969 with Charlie Van Dyke and Frank Brodie