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KDHX History
KDNA 102.5 mHz
KDNA Three Years In The station must be sold. Will listeners help keep community radio alive?
KDNA-FM - Listener Supported Radio All types of music featured.
KDNY History
Ken Wright, Master of Organ, Violin, Piano and Accordion Is Charming and Handsome! Nancy Frazer profiles the KMOX organist
Kenneth Wright Daytime Organist Kenneth Wright is the new organist heard in KMOX daytime programs. He is also heard as "Sad Sam," the accordion man teamed with "Sunny Joe" Wolverton , the banjo wizard.
KEZK(AM) History
KFEZ
KFGB
KFGJ
KFIB
KFMS On May 30, 1973, station owner WIL Music, Inc. Changed the call letters of its WIL-FM to KFMS, which had a beautiful music format. The calls were changed back to WIL-FM September 1, 1974.
KFNS
KFNS-FM
KFQA - Barely A Radio Station
KFQA - The Joe Btfsplk of St. Louis Radio Stations
KFRG
KFRH 400 kHz, et. al.
KFTK History
KFUO In 1932
KFUO Moves Studio
KFUO Overview 1933 Among the various mission activities of the Lutheran Church, Radio Station KFUO has a prominent place. KFUO broadcasts the precious gospel of Jesus Christ, bringing the glad tidings of salvation to places inaccessible to our missionaries, to people not affiliated with any church,
KFUO Was One Of St. Louis' First Stations
KFUO-FM Deserves Respect
KFVE - Overview
KFVE's Short, Troubled Life Disorganization and intrigue abounded.
KFWF 1400 kHz
KGLD History
KGNA History
KGRV 107.7 mHz
KHOJ History
KHRU History
KHTK History
KIRL History
KJSL History
KKOJ History
KKSS History
KLPH History
KMOX - "The Voice of St. Louis" - Engineering History On Christmas Eve, 1925, KMOX first went on the air from Kirkwood, Missouri, licensed as "The Voice of St. Louis." A venture spurred by the imagination or 15 prominent businessmen in the community, it was also strongly supported by the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
KMOX Broadcasts Return Of Beer On CBS Network Nationwide hookup from brewery
KMOX Feeds CBS Western Network Local talent heard over many stations.
KMOX Goes to Continuous Broadcasting Will be on the air 24 hours a day until the end of the war.
KMOX Has A Radio Pioneer For Announcer Holland E. Engle, popular rapid-fire KMOX announcer was one of the first artists to be heard on the radio. Holland was just a youngster of thirteen when
KMOX Janitors Became Radio Stars It paid to be in the right place at the right time for these two people.
KMOX Moves to New Quarters
KMOX Plans New Year’s Eve Party Arrangements For 10,000 Being Made For 8 p.m. Till Dawn Celebration Saturday
KMOX Radio Log 1928
KMOX Rewarded Its Initial Investors Major local corporations backed the radio station.
KMOX Studios Were Once In A Brewery Station had a temporary home in Soulard.
KMOX Was Important to CBS Many network programs originated here.
KMOX Was Shumates' Last Stop
KMOX-FM – Always An Afterthought When KMOX ownership announced plans for a new experimental FM station in 1941, international circumstances prevented the project from coming to life. When the station finally did come back to life two decades later, no one seemed to know what to do with it.
KOMR History
KRCH - Overview
KSD - The First Year A first-person observational account.
KSD Signs On
KSD Transmitter History 2 part PDF
KSD's First Eleven Years A classic marketing department article
KSD'S NEW STUDIOS
KSD, "The Station Without A Slogan" Station KSD was the first radio broadcasting station to be given a class B license by the United States government. On August 31, 1922, just two months after the station opened, broadcasting was begun at 8 p.m. on the old wave length of 360 meters
KSD, St. Louis' Pioneer Station, Reclaims Position Once Held Here
KSHE At the Castaways
KSHE Imports A Format From the West In 1967, Tom Donahue made waves in California with a radio format unlike anything heard before. A quick-thinking St. Louis disc jockey imported it to the Gateway City, and a legendary station was created.
KSHE Station History
KSTL Began With Non-Offensive Format Seemed like a good idea at the time
KSTL Misjudged the Market When radio stations had individual, rather than corporate, owners, the competition for listeners was evidenced by what was on the air, and what was promised off the air.
KSTL to Sign On
KSTL-FM
KVSL
KWK - Hotel Chase Very early PR puff piece with questionable "facts."
KWK Celebrates 23rd Anniversary The Convey family's hard work has paid off in station success.
KWK Will Have Country Club For Tired Announcers The first radio country club in America is now being developed within the city limits of Kirkwood - on the grounds of the transmitter plant of KWK. When completed early this summer it will have bridle paths, swimming pool, tennis courts, handball courts and even a trapshooting field.
KWK’s Sound Expert Creates Illusions For Radio Fans Theater of the mind.
KXFN History
KXLW Is Sold
KXOK Announces "Radio Park"
KXOK Overcomes Hurdles To Sign On
KXOK Signs On In 1938
KXOK Was Good To Chet Thomas When Chet Thomas came to St. Louis with his young wife, he wasn't sure he'd made the right decision. Then their house was burglarized. They left within a year. It would be several years before he could be persuaded to return.
KXOK Was St. Louis' "American Graffiti"
KXOK-FM Buys Broadcast Facilities Station's coverage area will dramatically increase.
KXOK-FM History 1
KXOK-FM History 2
KZMM
Laux Got To The Top Quickly Started in the hot seat.
Live Teen Show Broadcast by KSHE 95 Now St. Louis' newest rock station provides live music broadcasts from a local club.
Live Teen Show Broadcast By KSHE/95 From Castaways Lounge
Location, Location, Location If you have a chance to tour a radio station today, the odds are pretty good the studio will be part of what might be called a radio "assembly line," thanks to the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
MacCormick Is New Announcer On Easy Aces Skit Franklyn MacCormick, former Program Director of WIL, is now with the Columbia Broadcasting System as announcer for the Lavoris Easy Aces program heard every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 p.m. over KMOX.
Mangner In Charge of KMOX Farm Programs Named to replace Charles Stookey
Marvin E. Mueller Told Radio Men They Didn't Know Their Business And Now Shows 'Em Dramatic actor par excellence, ace announcer, writer, production man, singer, player of both the piano and alto horn…and only 19 years old…that's Marvin Elliot Mueller,
Marvin Mueller at KMOX Scores Success as Kindly Uncle Remus The radio man of many voices.
Mr. Benson's Station Or the Star's? Newspaper article makes claims, but there's no historic documentation showing ownership.
Mrs. Thomas Patrick Helps Build KWK's Popularity
Neil Norman, Third Generation of Stage Family, Now WIL Announcer And his wife is a radio star too.
Neil Norman: A WIL Announcer
New Director At WEW A change in station management
New Director For Station WEW Executive changes at St. Louis University station.
New Director of Station At KMOX J. L. Van Volkenburg becomes Chief Executive. Came from Chicago as sales manager

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