Pittsburgh radio airchecks
The 26-year-old came to Pittsburgh in 1959 to host a radio show that lasted until 1970. At its peak, Mr. Race's show captured more than 50 percent of the audience -- a rating that is unheard of... May 23, 2019 · Like many firsts, it is difficult to know when the actual first radio aircheck was recorded. This confusion is muddied by the fact that certain early broadcasts — like KDKA Pittsburgh’s Nov. 2, 1920 coverage of the Harding/Cox presidential results — were recreated and recorded after the event, then touted as authentic airchecks.
FMAirchecks is the home of the next generation of classic radio featuring scoped recordings from the mid 1980s through early 2000’s. We focus primarily on Top 40/CHR and its various permutations. The content was originally recorded via childhood “mixtapes” and trading with other radio enthusiasts. Pittsburgh News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News. Penn Hills West Mifflin Bethel Park New Kensington West Mifflin Bethel Park New Kensington
Note that this aircheck was presented to me as being of KQV-FM, even though the jingles say "1410," which was the KQV-AM frequency. Perhaps this was an AM/FM simulcast, which was not uncommon at the time. RIP:Harry Martin Billboard advertising the "Martin and Howard" morning show on KYW-1100-It was number one for the better part of 6 years.. Photo of Martin and Howard "in Action.".This Photo and the one above courtesy Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts, via Ohio Media Watch.. California Aircheck offers current radio airchecks from all across North America, video radio airchecks shot in the studio of America's top stations and classic top 40 airchecks ...
Pete Fornatale interviews John Zacherley [scoped-mono] WFUV - October 15, 1966. This is a rare aircheck of a segement of Pete Fornatale's "Campus Caravan" show on WFUV, when he was still a student at Fordham University and three years before he would make his debut on WNEW-FM. KQV Tribute on XM Satellite Radio - Friday November 5, 2004 On Friday November 5th, XM Satellite Radio's Terry Young paid tribute to KQV on the 60's on 6 Channel. The show was complete with jingles and some portions of KQV airchecks as well. Terry included local current weekend events as well plenty of references to Pittsburgh from the 60's.
Sep 24, 2014 · Ed Salamon wrote in his book, Pittsburgh’s Golden Age of Radio, “The callers’ voices were never heard on the air, and there were no political or otherwise controversial discussions.” The audience for “Party Line” extended far beyond the Pittsburgh area.