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66/WNNNNNNNNBC Birthday Greetings: Alan Colmes who was the last voice heard on WNBC in 1988, would have been 71 today. A...
09/24/2021

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Birthday Greetings: Alan Colmes who was the last voice heard on WNBC in 1988, would have been 71 today. Alan was also on WABC, WHN and WEVD in NYC:

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Birthday Greetings: Alan Colmes who was the last voice heard on WNBC in 1988, would have been 71 today. Alan was also on WABC, WHN and WEVD in NYC:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Happy Birthday to my friend Dan Taylor who has spent over 40 years in radio, mostly in NYC at W...
09/18/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Happy Birthday to my friend Dan Taylor who has spent over 40 years in radio, mostly in NYC at WNBC, WCBS/FM & WYNY, among other stations. Dan's passion continues to be flying...

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Happy Birthday to my friend Dan Taylor who has spent over 40 years in radio, mostly in NYC at WNBC, WCBS/FM & WYNY, among other stations. Dan's passion continues to be flying...

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The late Jack Spector's Birthday. "Jake" would have been 93 today. While Jack spent most of his...
09/15/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The late Jack Spector's Birthday. "Jake" would have been 93 today. While Jack spent most of his career in music radio (WMCA, WHN, WCBS-FM, WPIX & WQCD) he also did sports for us at WNNNNNNNBC. He was one of a kind, both on and off the air...

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The late Jack Spector's Birthday. "Jake" would have been 93 today. While Jack spent most of his career in music radio (WMCA, WHN, WCBS-FM, WPIX & WQCD) he also did sports for us at WNNNNNNNBC. He was one of a kind, both on and off the air...

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The only thing missing today from the 50th street entrance is radio, sadly...
09/14/2021

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The only thing missing today from the 50th street entrance is radio, sadly...

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The only thing missing today from the 50th street entrance is radio, sadly...

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Dandy Dan Daniel spent most of his career in New York at WMCA & WCBS-FM but Dan also worked at ...
09/13/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Dandy Dan Daniel spent most of his career in New York at WMCA & WCBS-FM but Dan also worked at NBC's Monitor and WYNY (in 70s) (Deborah Wetzel in bg @ WCBS-FM). Dan is missed by everyone who had the privilege of working with him:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Dandy Dan Daniel spent most of his career in New York at WMCA & WCBS-FM but Dan also worked at NBC's Monitor and WYNY (in 70s) (Deborah Wetzel in bg @ WCBS-FM). Dan is missed by everyone who had the privilege of working with him:

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: In addition to being the voice of WNNNNBC, Bill Rock was also Radio City Bill in the mid-70s and...
09/09/2021

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: In addition to being the voice of WNNNNBC, Bill Rock was also Radio City Bill in the mid-70s and made me one happy program director:

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: In addition to being the voice of WNNNNBC, Bill Rock was also Radio City Bill in the mid-70s and made me one happy program director:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: An early photo of Don Imus after he joined us as morning man in 1971...
09/08/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: An early photo of Don Imus after he joined us as morning man in 1971...

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: An early photo of Don Imus after he joined us as morning man in 1971...

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: I was one happy PD in 76 & 77 to have this busy, talented personality on my staff. Look at that ...
09/07/2021

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: I was one happy PD in 76 & 77 to have this busy, talented personality on my staff. Look at that schedule for Dick Summer:

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: I was one happy PD in 76 & 77 to have this busy, talented personality on my staff. Look at that schedule for Dick Summer:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Celebrates Labor Day Weekend in Times Square 2021:
09/06/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Celebrates Labor Day Weekend in Times Square 2021:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Celebrates Labor Day Weekend in Times Square 2021:

66/WNNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The second move for Brucie was the better one. It put the Cousin back where he was most popul...
09/02/2021

66/WNNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The second move for Brucie was the better one. It put the Cousin back where he was most popular with listeners - at night:

WYNY Remembers: When Country music returned to New York at our FM - 1987:
09/01/2021

WYNY Remembers: When Country music returned to New York at our FM - 1987:

WYNY Remembers: When Country music returned to New York at our FM - 1987:

66/WNNNNNNNNNBC Then: Dick Summer 'Mouth vs Ear' (70s) Dick Summer Now: 'Good Night' podcast:
08/31/2021

66/WNNNNNNNNNBC Then: Dick Summer 'Mouth vs Ear' (70s) Dick Summer Now: 'Good Night' podcast:

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Mitch Lebe starts his radio news career as the "Teenage Disc Jockey" on WINS in 1958. Mitch wa...
08/30/2021
'Teenage DJ' recalls how he rocked WINS 49 yrs. ago

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Mitch Lebe starts his radio news career as the "Teenage Disc Jockey" on WINS in 1958. Mitch was all of 16. Mitch would also work on WNBC, WOR, WCBS and more: https://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/teenage-dj-recalls-rocked-wins-49-yrs-article-1.235430

Forty-nine years ago tomorrow, Mitch Lebe started his radio career as "The Teenage Disk Jockey" at WINS (1010 AM), which on Aug. 30, 1958, was a rock 'n' roll station.

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: WEAF Radio, which will become WNBC-AM, broadcasts the first radio commercial on this date in 19...
08/28/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: WEAF Radio, which will become WNBC-AM, broadcasts the first radio commercial on this date in 1922. It's for the Queensboro Realty Co. in New York City:

66/WNNNNNBC Remembers: August 28, 1967: From the pages of the New York Times: "At least two persons were killed yesterda...
08/27/2021

66/WNNNNNBC Remembers: August 28, 1967: From the pages of the New York Times: "At least two persons were killed yesterday when a single-engined plane crashed into a shared WNBC & WCBS radio transmitter tower during a blinding rainstorm."

66/WNNNNNBC Remembers: August 28, 1967: From the pages of the New York Times: "At least two persons were killed yesterday when a single-engined plane crashed into a shared WNBC & WCBS radio transmitter tower during a blinding rainstorm."

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: Jinx Falkenburg (Tex & Jinx in 40s) WEAF, WRCA, WNBC Radio, TV & Hollywood star passes away on t...
08/27/2021

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: Jinx Falkenburg (Tex & Jinx in 40s) WEAF, WRCA, WNBC Radio, TV & Hollywood star passes away on this date in 2003 at 83:

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: Jinx Falkenburg (Tex & Jinx in 40s) WEAF, WRCA, WNBC Radio, TV & Hollywood star passes away on this date in 2003 at 83:

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Looking at the beautiful lobby of 30 Rock never gets old:
08/24/2021

66/WNNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Looking at the beautiful lobby of 30 Rock never gets old:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Going off the air in 1988 made big news. The TV guys had a field day:
08/23/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Going off the air in 1988 made big news. The TV guys had a field day:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The many faces and dial positions of our FM:
08/17/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The many faces and dial positions of our FM:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: WEAF signs on in 1922. Call letters change to WRCA in 1954 & WNBC in 1960. We go bye-bye in 198...
08/16/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: WEAF signs on in 1922. Call letters change to WRCA in 1954 & WNBC in 1960. We go bye-bye in 1988:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: WEAF signs on in 1922. Call letters change to WRCA in 1954 & WNBC in 1960. We go bye-bye in 1988:

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: Bob Fitzsimmons Birthday. Bob would have been 82 today. Among Bob's credits in the 60s & 70s wer...
08/14/2021

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: Bob Fitzsimmons Birthday. Bob would have been 82 today. Among Bob's credits in the 60s & 70s were: WNBC, WABC, WNEW & WHN.

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: Bob Fitzsimmons Birthday. Bob would have been 82 today. Among Bob's credits in the 60s & 70s were: WNBC, WABC, WNEW & WHN.

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The Imus Ranch was a non-profit charitable program for seriously ill children founded by Don & ...
08/11/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The Imus Ranch was a non-profit charitable program for seriously ill children founded by Don & wife Deirdre...

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: The Imus Ranch was a non-profit charitable program for seriously ill children founded by Don & wife Deirdre...

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: How many radio station lobbies look like this? The lobby of 30 Rock. We were on the second floor...
08/10/2021

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: How many radio station lobbies look like this? The lobby of 30 Rock. We were on the second floor:

66/WNNNNNNBC Remembers: How many radio station lobbies look like this? The lobby of 30 Rock. We were on the second floor:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Joe McCoy, Joe lists WOR-FM/WXLO (70s), then WNBC (I had the good fortune of being with Joe at ...
08/09/2021

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Joe McCoy, Joe lists WOR-FM/WXLO (70s), then WNBC (I had the good fortune of being with Joe at those stations and then at WCBS-FM which Joe programmed for 23 years). Joe did middays for us when he was on the air:

66/WNNNNNNNBC Remembers: Joe McCoy, Joe lists WOR-FM/WXLO (70s), then WNBC (I had the good fortune of being with Joe at those stations and then at WCBS-FM which Joe programmed for 23 years). Joe did middays for us when he was on the air:

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Today in 1970: Dan Daniel does his first show for WNBC, just two months after leaving WMCA. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1974: Three hours of Al Brady and Cousin Brucie on 66/WNBC, as recorded by Joe Persek. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
How many of you remember the horrific morning when Jane Dornacker’s helicopter crashed while doing the traffic? All I remember is hearing Soupy Sales shocked and panicking while I just dropped to the floor in disbelief😔. A very, very sad day.
Today in 1977: Cousin Brucie's final show for 66/WNBC. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1973: Jim Scott bids farewell to New York and WNBC. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1973: Wolfman Jack's complete unscoped New York radio debut on 66/WNBC, as recorded by Joe Persek. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1973: Imus In The Morning on WNBC. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1973: Murray The K welcomes Wolfman Jack to New York and WNBC, one day before Wolfman's debut. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1973: Jim Scott on WNBC/Radio 66. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1972: Murray The K's Swingin' Soiree on WNBC. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
Today in 1974: Wolfman Jack's final show from his first run on WNBC. Recorded by Joe Persek. A link for Part 2 can be found on the Mixcloud page for Part 1. For more vintage unscoped music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.
This month in 1973: Big Wilson on 66/WNBC. For more vintage music radio, please "like" my RadioMaven77 page. It's comfort food for your ears.