Who was the dj for rock station 98.5YCR in York Pa FM radio in 1980's?
In the evenings.....it was "The Ugly DJ". Don't really have any other info, other than I heard he became a 911 dispatcher after radio.
He now works at 92.9 WDHC
I believe it was Moosehead Beer he did radio spots for. Actually, Seinfeld did radio ads for Grizzly Beer during the mid-1980s. The ads began with Seinfeld saying "Grizzly is a bear, no Grizzly is a beer..." I heard them on the New York City all-sports radio station each morning when my radio alarm clock woke me.
No. Hannity grew up in Franklin Square, New York. During the late 1980s, Hannity was a general contractor in Santa Barbara, California and also a bartender. Hannity graduated in 1980 from St. Pius X Preparatory Seminary high school, located in Uniondale, New York. Hannity dropped out of New York University and Adelphi University. He later decided to pursue a radio career. Hannity hosted his first talk radio show in 1989 at the volunteer college station…
Since FM is an American radio channel, the chances are, no. There have been instances where they have been played as a sort of special. For instance, a radio station in New York City broadcasted TVXQ's single "Break Out" in their International Hits segment. But as a main stream, day-to-day channel I don't see it happening.
On August 1, 1988, after achieving success in Sacramento Limbaugh moved to New York City and began his national radio show. He benefitted from the repeal of the "Fairness Doctrine" by the FCC that required TV and radio stations to air oposing positions every time someone expressed a political opinion on one of their programs. Limbaugh's radio home in New York City was the talk-format station WABC 770 AM, and this remains his flagship station.
Christie York is an radio host for Station 7. She has 10 stations set up all over in Canada, including Alberta, Manitoba,and so on. She calls random people from her massive phone book, and wishes them a good day! So if you get a phone call from her, be sure to say hi! Remember, your always Live, with Christie York, Station 7!
Raymond Swing has written: 'Mister Man' 'Raymond Swing papers' -- subject(s): Correspondence, WOR (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), Radio programs, Jews, London Sunday express, Radio scripts, Foreign news, British Broadcasting Corporation, International organization, Disarmament, Mutual Broadcasting System, Antinuclear movement, Voice of America (Organization), WOL (Radio station : Washington, D.C.), World War, 1939-1945, Zhongguo gong chan dang, Blue Network Company, Cosmos Club (Washington, D.C.), WMAL (Radio station : Wa
Salaries at radio stations will depend on the market they serve. A small religious station in west Texas probably doesn't pay anywhere near as much as a popular music station in New York, NY. Student announcers on stations only heard on a college campus, for example, are unpaid volunteers, not paid employees.
Yes on TV, no on radio. The first MLB game broadcast on TV was August 26, 1939 between the Reds and Brooklyn Dodgers from Ebbets Field in Brooklyn by station W2XBS in New York. Estimates put the number of viewers at 3,000. The first MLB game broadcast on radio was August 5, 1921 between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Phillies by station KDKA in Pittsburgh.
It's automated. You'll never know what they play(ed). This is in no way "local" radio. Does that answer your question? The programming is updated daily and WGVV 92.5 (Groove 92.5) plays non-stop Hip-Hop, R&B, Gospel, and Old School Music. The station is the first and only Quad Cities station targeted at African-American listeners. Very similiar to Hot 97 FM, New York.