Titel: Clear-channel radio stations
XERF-AM, WLS, WWKB, WFAN, WTAM, KFI, WABC, KDKA, WLW, Clear-channel station, WBAP, WGY, WSB, CKAC, WCCO, WCBS, WBBR, WBT, WBZ, KYW, KNBR, WSM, KGO, KCBS, CFRB, WLAC, WFED, KMOX, WGN, WWVA, WRVA, WJR, WOR, WPHT, KIRO, KOKC, CKWX, WMVP, KSL.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 140 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 137. Chapters: XERF-AM, WLS, WWKB, WFAN, WTAM, KFI, WABC, KDKA, WLW, Clear-channel station, WBAP, WGY, WSB, CKAC, WCCO, WCBS, WBBR, WBT, WBZ, KYW, KNBR, WSM, KGO, KCBS, CFRB, WLAC, WFED, KMOX, WGN, WWVA, WRVA, WJR, WOR, WPHT, KIRO, KOKC, CKWX, WMVP, KSL, WCKY, WOAI, KSTP, KNX, KOMO, CFTR, WWL, KOA, XEWW-AM, WHAS, CBN, WQEW, WFLF, CBW, CFZM, CBE, WBAL, KRLD, WTIC, CBK, WHO, KFAQ, WSCR, WBBM, XEEP-AM, WHAM, KNOM, KAAY, KWKH, KENI, CBR, CBY, CJBC, KGA, XERUV-AM, KFBK, KFAB, KUDO, XEG-AM, KJNP, XEQ-AM, KXEL, KYUK, XEB-AM, CKDO, KEX, XEDA-AM, Canadian allocations changes under NARBA, KBOI, CBT, KOAN, KCHU, KTNQ, KNZR, XEWK-AM, XEW-AM, XEMR-AM, KCBF, KMIK, KFAR, KBYR, KDLG, ZNS-1, KBBI, KFQD, XEX-AM, KBRW, KICY, XEI-AM, KOTZ. Excerpt: WFAN (660 AM), also known as "Sports Radio 66" or "The FAN", is a radio station in New York City. The station broadcasts on a clear channel and is owned by CBS Radio. WFAN's studios are located in the combined CBS Radio facility in the West Village section of Manhattan; the transmitter is located on High Island in the Bronx, New York. WFAN pioneered, and has been one of the most successful examples of, the sports radio format. Over the years, WFAN has been the broadcast home to several big names in the world of radio, including the sports-talk team of Mike and the Mad Dog since 2008, Mike'd Up (Mike Francesa and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo) and the comedian/shock jock/political commentator Don Imus, whose nationally syndicated Imus in the Morning program previously originated on WFAN. The 660 AM frequency in New York originated as WEAF on March 2, 1922, owned by AT&T. In 1926, WEAF became the flagship station of the NBC Red Network, one of two radio chains operated by the National Broadcasting Company. By 1928, WEAF was purchased by NBC's parent company, the Radio Corporation of America. As a result of the North American Radio Broadcasting Agreement of 1941, WEAF became a clear-channel station and could be heard across most of the eastern half of North America at night. In 1943, the United States Supreme Court, citing antitrust concerns, ordered RCA to sell off one of its radio networks. The company decided to keep the Red Network, and it was rebranded as the NBC Radio Network after the Blue Network was divested to Edward J. Noble. WEAF's call letters were changed to WNBC in 1946, then to WRCA in 1954, and back to WNBC in 1960. During the 1960s, WNBC relied less on network programming and adopted a talk format, followed by a switch to a middle-of-the-road music sound. The station spent much of the 1970s and early 1980s flipping between the Top 40 and adult contemporary formats, with varying success. By the middle of the 1980s, WNBC played less music and relied more on per