Dan's Aircheck Trading Emporium

New York City Airchecks

(excludes WABC, WCBS-FM, and WNBC)

call letters WA to WN

 

Call Letters Frequency Date (YYYY/MM/DD) Start Time Disk Jockey and/or format (positioner) Duration (min) Scoping
WABC 880 1934/12/10   With host Covina Wright.  A brief segment of a music show from the days when the WABC call letters were actually assigned to the CBS-owned flagship station in New York.  The WABC we know today didn't come into existence until the mid-1940s with the divestiture of the blue network by NBC and the creation of the American Broadcasting Company.  With the emergence of a new network with the same initials as its flagship station, CBS no longer wanted the WABC calls and adopted WCBS for 880 in New York.  (Arthur Godfrey discusses this in a 1946 WCBS radio documentary listed farther down on this page.)  With the WABC calls now available, ABC changed the calls of its flagship in New York, WJZ, to WABC.  This clip is nice because it ends with the announcer stating that "this is the Columbia Broadcasting System" and then giving the WABC calls.  Certainly something you'd never hear today, this is a cool piece of radio history! 7 None
various 1977/07/13 ------ coverage of the blackout from WPLJ, WABC, WINS, WCBS 46 ----------
various 1977/07/13 ------ more coverage of the blackout from WPLJ, WINS, WABC, WCBS-AM, WCBS-FM, WHN, WNBC, and WMCA 60 ----------
WABC-FM 95.5 1967/06/--   Bob Lewis ("Bob-a-loo")/AOR 56 None
1968/06/--   Bob Lewis ("Free Radio") 52 News only
1968/11/08 21:15 Bob Lewis 54 None
1969/--/--   Program director Alan Shaw explains his programming philosophy (about 12 minutes) followed by a 15-minute demonstration of the Love format with dj Brother John Rydgren.  An interesting insight into the early workings of mainstream FM radio. 27 None
1969/11/--   Mike Cuscuna interviews Dan Ingram 84 None
1969/10/--   Brother John Rydgren 62 None
1969/11/14   Bob Lewis/AOR 44 None
1970/01/05   Bob Lewis/AOR 63 None
WADO 1280 1961/02/13   Alan Fredericks 39 None
1964/12/-- 23:12 Jocko 41 None
WAPP-FM (Lake Success) 103.5 1982/06/15   Bruce Figler.  First day of "The Apple." 45 None
1983/01/12 17:24 Chip Hobart and Garth Hemp 88 None
1986/04/-- 22:35 Kelly West/AC ("Hot 103") 47 None
WAXQ-FM 104.3 1998/12/28   Scott Muni/Classic Rock ("Q-104") 61 None
1998/12/29   Scott Muni/Classic Rock ("Q-104") 63 None
2003/12/05   Pat St. John introduced on the day before his first day at the station. 8 None
2004/02/08   Dan Ingram celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' arrival in New York. 183 None
2004/09/29   Tribute to Scott Muni who died 9/28/04. 148 None
WBAI-FM 99.5 1962/03/11   Cynthia Gooding hosts the program "Folksinger's Choice" and has as guest 20-year-old Bob Dylan eight days before the release of his first album.  Mr. Dylan talks, sings, and plays his guitar. 57 None
WBCQ, Radio Newyork International Click for separate page.  Pirate radio station.
WBIX-FM 105.1 1998/12/04   Oldies ("Jammin' Oldies") (last song of old format and first four hours of the new "jammin' oldies" on this frequency--DJ is Al Bandiero) 247 None
1999/01/15 23:30 Famous Amos 96 None
1999/01/16   Big Ron/Oldies ("Jammin' Oldies") 32 None
WBLS-FM 107.5 1977/04/14 23:23 Frankie Crocker, Ken Webb 62 None
1978/12/-- 17:15 B. K. Kirkland 36 None
1983/--/--   Timmy Boyd 47 None
1983/01/03   Sergio 31 None
1983/10/--   Sergio 47 None
1983/10/28   Frankie Crocker and Ricky Ricardo 32 None
1997/04/21 13:12 Holly Levitt, Ricky Ricardo 88 None
WCBS-AM 880 1946/11/02   "This Is WCBS."  A documentary about the radio station at 880 on the AM dial in New York City on the occasion of its change of call letters, which had been WABC since 1926.  Hosted by Arthur Godfrey.  30 None
1948/10/04   Harrington & Wood.  Live music with Norm Brokenshier.  (some tape speed probems near the beginning) 15 None
1958/11/06 08:15 Jack Sterling.  10th Anniversary Show.  Station is ID'd as "WCBS AM and FM." 40 None
1961/07/29   Mitch Miller.  Last show. 43 None
1962/01/01 00:30 Remotes of Big Bands from Various Locations celebrating New Year's 1962. 94 None
1967/08/28 06:00 Charles Osgood.  First day as all-news station. 60 None
1971/02/06   blackout coverage 122 None
1986/01/28 11:30 coverage of space shuttle Challenger explosion 217 Partly
2012/10/28 14:56 Hurricane Sandy coverage 149 None
2012/10/29 09:04 Hurricane Sandy Coverage 109 None
WDBZ-FM 105.1 1997/05/22   Hot AC ("The Buzz") 46 None
WEAF 660 1944/06/07 07:00 "Morning in Manhattan" program.  Preceded by very interesting 7 a.m. NBC newscast about the now three-day-old D-Day invasion at Normandy.  Concludes with nice station ID. 29 None
WFAN 1050 1988/10/07 17:08 WFAN becomes WUKQ at 1050 on the dial.  Last 20 minutes of WFAN at 1050 before move to 660 AM.  Then about 24 minutes of a looped announcement about the new WUKQ.  Features Pete Franklin. 46 None
WFAT (Brooklyn) 1620 1977/12/31 23:29 Pirate radio station from Brooklyn.  From New Year's Eve 1977, this is their first broadcast.  Recording extends to after 3 a.m. on 1/1/78. 221 None
WFUV-FM (Bronx) 90.7 1999/09/11   Dan Romanello.  Featuring the rhythym and blues group Harmony Review. 105 None
2002/01/26   Pete Fornatale.  "Mixed Bag" program. 179 None
2003/10/--   "Words and Music from Studio A" program featuring a profile of and discussion with Joan Baez.  Fordham University radio. 50 None
2007/10/29   Pete Fornatale.  "Ghosts of Radio's Past - 'FUV 60th Anniversary." 17 None
2008/02/09 00:00 Dan Romanello.  Group Harmony Review program.  Tonight's show features the "Ladies of R&B." 124 None
WHN 1050 1939/05/03   Ed East/Big Band 26 None
1962/03/01 04:59 Emey Govan/MOR 61 None
1962/03/01 10:58 John Connely/MOR 62 None
1962/03/01 14:59 Dean Hunter/MOR 55 None
1962/11/05 08:00 Dick Shepherd/MOR 61 None
1962/11/05 17:00 Bob & Ray 57 None
1972/01/01   Herbert Oscar Anderson/MOR (fair-to-good quality) 86 None
1974/12/18 13:00 Jack Spector/country and western 59 None
1975/11/14 00:21 Ed Baer 22 None
1977/04/18 07:29 Larry Kenny 31 None
1978/03/02 14:05 Musician Freddy Fender is guest DJ. 55 None
1978/03/10 16:04 Del DeMontreaux 31 None
1979/06/21 ------ Del DeMontreaux 11 Scoped
1979/11/23 08:58 Ed Baer 29 None
1980/09/01 18:48 Mike Fitzgerald 67 None
1980/11/28 09:01 Del DeMontreaux (Thanksgiving Day) 28 None
1982/11/25 00:54 Marc Summers 61 None
1982/11/26 10:13 Lee Arnold 89 None
1985/02/08 09:35 Del Demontreaux with guest Johnny Cash. 30 None
1985/12/26 17:34 Dan Daniel 91 None
1986/01/10 17:32 Dan Daniel 90 None
1986/04/03 09:30 Del DeMontreaux 38 None
1987/01/06 10:39 Lee Arnold with guest Marie Osmond (until 11:00). 62 None
1987/01/07 11:04 Lee Arnold with guests Naomi and Wynonna Judd. 62 None
1987/02/18 17:23 Dan Daniel 91 None
1987/04/03 05:32 Del DeMontreaux 93 None
1987/04/03 08:43 Del DeMontreaux with guest baseball player Bud Harrelson. 93 None
1987/06/30 14:04 Dan Taylor. Final hour as WHN before switch, at 3 p.m., to all-sports WFAN.  Mr. Taylor gives a very nice sign-off and plays "For the Good Times" by Ray Price as the final song. 88 None
2013/02/26   40th Anniversary Reunion 344 None
WHOT-FM (Brooklyn pirate station) 91.5 1982/11/25     184 None
1987/05/24   Hank Hayes and Jim Nazium 97 None
1987/05/31   Albert Brooks featured. 136 None
1987/12/14     251 Partly Scoped
1989/06/30   Hank Hayes and Jim Nazium 59 None
WHVW (Hyde Park) 950 1973/09/12 10:45 J. J. Phillips 42 None
WINS 1010 1955/02/12 20:00 Alan Freed.  Mr. Freed plays “The Top 25 Rock & Roll Hits Of The Week”. On this aircheck are #25 to #10, with a couple of extras in between.  Song #19 is cut.  Included are letters and telegrams between each song, but no ads.* 72 None
1955/03/23   Alan Freed* 61 None
1957/01/25   Alan Freed* 55 None
1958/10/10 09:52 Jack Lacy followed by Stan Burns 30 None
1958/10/30 09:58 Jack Lacy 18 None
1959/12/27 16:02 Mitch Lebe (apparently restored aircheck) 35 None
1960/07/14 ------ Bruce Morrow from the Ravenhall Pool at Coney Island. 15 Scoped
1960/07/30 19:00 Bruce Morrow from the Ravenhall Pool at Coney Island (apparently restored aircheck) 35 None
1961/03/17 19:01 Murray the K 24 None
1962/07/09 08:00 Lonnie Starr (DX) 46 None
15:30 Jack Lacy 32 None
19:00 Murray the K's "Swingin' Soiree" with Paul Sherman as substitute host/MOR (DX'd) 60 None
1963/09/02 17:00 Jack Lacey (mild DX) 62 None
1963/10/05 23:30 Mad Daddy (Pete Myers)* 55 None
1963/10/15 19:14 Murray the K 184 None
1963/10/16 00:01 Paul Sherman with Rodney Dangerfield.  (quality is fair to good) 62 None
1964/07/--   Mad Daddy (Pete Myers)* 28 None
1964/10/19 23:30 Mad Daddy (Pete Myers) with Murray the K lead-in* 72 None
1964/11/-- 22:00 Mad Daddy (Pete Myers)* 44 None
1965/01/07 19:10 Murray the K.  Interviews with rock and roll stars of the day. 62 None
1965/03/22 15:07 Johnny Holliday 43 None
1965/04/18 12:00 Jack Lacy (Last day of Top 40 format, DX'd) 60 None
17:57 Johnny Holliday (Last day of Top 40 format) 57 None
2005/04/19 09:45 Celebration of 40 years as an all-news station. 121 None
2014/07/04   Larry Mullins.  Coverage of Macy's Fourth of July fireworks. 60 None
*note that Alan Freed and Mad Daddy (Pete Myers) airchecks are, in my experience, some of the most often misdated airchecks in the entire world of aircheck collecting with the same aircheck often circulating with multiple dates.  The dates above are my best attempt to be accurate, but I'm usually at the mercy of whatever date is given to me when I acquired the aircheck as there is rarely anything said by the DJ in the aircheck that would pinpoint the date. 
 
WJZ 770 1946/04/20   Allen and Jean 25 None
WKHK-FM 106.7 1980/11/28 09:03 Larry Kenny 54 None
WKTU-FM 92.3 1979/02/24 20:55 Randy Place/disco ("Disco 92") 119 None
1979/04/02   Randy Place 31 None
1979/04/05   Manuel Paco Navarro 46 None
1984/02/15 11:51 Al Bandiero 17 None
1984/02/17 13:20 Al Bandiero 31 None
1985/01/14   Dan Ingram/CHR ("92-KTU") 44 None
1985/01/16 17:30 Dan Ingram 87 None
1985/03/12   Dan Ingram 45 None
103.5 1996/04/18   Hollywood Hamilton/CHR 91 None
1996/12/31   The WKTU Clubhouse. 97 None
1997/11/28 17:50 Joe Causi 63 None
1998/02/15 15:08 Freddie Colon.  Begins with last part of the countdown of the Top 500 Dance Hits of All Time.  #19 to #1 are heard. 88 None
2001/01/01   Joe Causi 35 None
  Joey Clifton 57 None
2002/03/30   Vic Latino 59 None
2003/08/06   Bill Lee 87 None
2007/07/29   Al Bandiero 48 None
WLTW-FM 106.7 1987/10/-- 08:23 Valerie Smaldone/AC ("Lite Classics") 79 None
1990/11/14 22:23 Valerie Smaldone 50 None
WMCA 570 1948/09/-- 03:30 Symphony Sid (Sid Torin) from the Royal Roost Nightclub.  Mr. Torin was a well-known disk jockey of the time famous for introducing jazz music to mass audiences. 31 None
1960/12/21 06:00 Joe O'Brien 181 None
1963/01/--   B. Mitchel Reed.  WMCA audition tape. 57 None
1963/02/24 17:30 Dan Daniel 22 None
1963/04/29 19:05 B. Mitchell Reed 32 None
1963/10/10 19:32 B. Mitchel Reed 13 None
1964/08/19 22:05 Ed Baer (substituting for B. Mitchel Reed) 27 None
1965/01/04 08:00 Joe O'Brien 59 None
1965/01/20 09:09 Joe O'Brien 31 None
1965/02/21 08:00 Joe O'Brien 63 None
1965/02/24 08:30 Joe O'Brien 30 None
1965/03/20 19:03 B. Mitchel Reed (final show there) 140 None
1965/03/29 08:08 Joe O'Brien 57 None
1965/04/08 19:05 Gary Stevens (first show) 122 None
1965/07/12 11:19 Harry Harrison 31 None
1965/07/19 17:28 Dan Daniel 18 None
1965/09/10 14:05 Jack Spector 62 None
1966/10/18 19:05 Ed Baer for Gary Stevens 47 None
1966/10/19 13:38 Dean Anthony 48 None
1967/03/12 19:50 Gary Stevens 29 None
1967/07/15 01:06 Dean Anthony 49 None
02:18 Dean Anthony 61 None
1968/04/13 19:50 Gary Stevens 74 None
1968/09/05 06:03 Ed Baer for Joe O'Brien 31 None
1968/09/16 19:05 Gary Stevens 83 None
1968/09/17 20:06 Gary Stevens 42 None
1968/09/18   Gary Stevens (last show) 45 None
1968/09/21 10:00 Harry Harrison 122 None
1968/11/02 18:05 Murray the K.  First show at WMCA. 79 None
1969/02/19   Jack Spector.  This is apparently a pre-taped show prepared for the armed services. 30 None
1969/02/28 18:32 Bill Beamish 29 None
1969/08/06 09:59 Frankie Crocker 58 None
1970/02/11 18:08 Frankie Crocker 58 None
1970/07/10 13:12 Ed Baer 23 None
17:06 Jack Spector 29 None
1970/07/11 06:04 Dan Daniel 56 None
1970/09/16 16:05 Jack Spector 112 None
1970/09/19   Ed Baer (last show) 46 None
1970/09/20 10:30 Frankie Crocker 28 None
WMGM 1050 1959/12/21 13:55 Ed Stokes 46 None
1959/12/22 20:55 Dean Hunter ("Best Sellers" program) (quality is fair) 30 None
1959/12/30 14:45 Norm Stevens 34 None
1960/01/01 18:15 Peter Tripp (1959 Year-End Review) 97 None
1960/12/07 22:42 Dean Hunter 18 None
1960/12/14 14:17 Gordy Baker 45 None
1962/01/11 00:08 Wee Willie Edmonds 150 None
1962/02/28 17:20 Ted Brown.  WMGM becomes WHN.  Lots of station IDs for the new station.  (How many ways can you sing "WHN?"  The Ray Charles Singers show you!) 60 None
WNEW 1130 1945/06/05 20:00 7th War Bond Drive featuring a tribute to Glen Miller with many big band stars. 192 None
1951/04/01 17:30 Martin Block and the Make-Believe Ballroom 55 None
1961/07/26 ------ Pete Meyers/MOR 12 Scoped
1962/01/23 07:58 Bob Howard 62 None
1964/06/10   Ted Brown 41 Scoped
1969/11/--   Christopher Glenn discussing the "Paul is Dead" controversy. 26 None
1973/07/25 09:00 Gene Klaven 60 None
1975/08/04   Gene Klaven 57 None
1976/03/04 13:07 Julius LaRosa 55 None
1976/03/05 11:06 William B. Williams 56 None
1977/04/15 05:59 Gene Klaven 30 None
1981/11/11 14:06 Jim Lowe 61 None
20:05 Bob Jones (Make-Believe Ballroom) 60 None
1987/05/08 07:39 Ted Brown and Nola Roper with Soupy Sales. 43 None
1992/12/11   Mark Simone and Ted Brown.  Final good-bye before changeover to WBBR. 21 None
WNEW-FM 102.7 no date   Alison Steele Story.  Ms. Steele takes a few minutes during one of her shows to briefly describe her background. 5 None
1967/11/01 19:40 Rosko (Bill Mercer) 59 News Only
1968/03/23 20:25 Rosko 52 None
1968/04/15   Rosko 23 None
1969/02/11 01:16 Alison Steele 114 None
1969/05/--   Rosko interviews John Lennon. 14 None
1969/11/28 09:49 Johnny Michaels/Jonathan Schwartz 61 None
1970/11/05 13:56 Scott Muni 125 None
1970/11/18   Rosko 56 None
1970/12/03   Rosko 29 None
1970/12/16   Rosko 58 None
1971/01/--   Rosko 14 None
1971/01/--   Scott Muni 16 None
1971/03/--   Rosko resigns 4 None
1971/06/27   Coverage of final concert at and closing of Fillmore East. 103 None
1972/03/24   Scott Muni 90 None
1972/09/03   Alison Steele 62 None
1972/09/04   Alison Steele 64 None
1972/09/06   Alison Steele 71 None
1974/06/24   Alison Steele 44 None
1974/06/26   BBC concert featuring The Strawbs. 50 None
1974/09/28   Interview of John Lennon by Dennis Elsas.  Mix of music and discussion, and Lennon reads the weather, does commercials, introduces songs, and so forth.  Mr. Lennon's album "Walls and Bridges" had just been introduced.  Rebroadcast introduced by Mr. Elsas.  121 None
  1980 rebroadcast of the show above  The recording is complete except for the final six minutes, which is missing.  Mr. Elsas is just beginning to thank Mr. Lennon for appearing on his program when the recording ends.  In spite of this, the recording is of high quality and a nice remembrance of John Lennon.  I don't know if this was done as a commemorative because Mr. Lennon had recently been shot. 115 None
1975/03/12   Scott Muni with John Lennon 90 None
1975/05/24 11:20 Bob Lewis 106 None
1975/07/04   "Concert in Fantasy Park" with Dennis Elsas.  A compilation of live artist performances strung together to sound like they were all appearing in concert at the same time and at the same location.  Features, among others, Steely Dan, The Youngbloods, Cat Stevens, The Who, The Rolling Stones, and The Moody Blues. 367 None
1975/07/11   Alison Steele 21 None
1975/09/15 00:34 Alison Steele 58 None
1975/09/19   Alison Steele 15 None
1975/09/21 21:06 "The British Biscuit Show" featuring The Strawbs. 54 None
22:00 Richard Neer 40 None
1975/11/19 23:13 Alison Steele 96 None
1975/12/24 00:30 Alison Steele 95 None
1976/02/25 14:23 Scott Muni/AOR 60 None
1976/05/01   Jonathan Schwartz (last show) 218 None
1976/05/28 23:45 Pat Dawson.  The band "Renaissance" is in concert. 73 None
1976/05/29 01:00 Pat Dawson 20 None
1976/08/22   Dave Herman with Elton John. 53 None
1977/01/23   Dave Herman with Woody Allen. 65 None
1977/10/30 16:09 Pete Fornatale 187 None
1977/10/31   Alison Steele (Halloween show) 94 None
09:09 Dave Herman 46 None
15:22 Scott Muni 44 None
1977/11/02 09:10 Dave Herman 43 Commercials
1977/11/20 18:08 Pete Fornatale 94 None
1978/01/23 09:00 Dave Herman 46 None
  Dave Herman with David Bowie. 42 None
1978/12/06 21:58 Alison Steele 48 None
1978/01/03 09:08 Dave Herman 46 None
1978/02/14 07:33 Dave Herman 89 None
1978/07/09   Dave Herman with Bruce Springsteen. 43 None
1978/08/08   Scott Muni with The Who. 34 None
1978/09/17   Vin Scelsa with Bruce Springsteen. 10 None
1979/01/14 16:07 Pete Fornatale 31 None
1979/04/07 13:30 Richard Neer 45 None
1979/07/22   Dave Herman with Bob Seger. 48 None
1979/09/23   "No Nukes:  The Muse Concerts for a Non-Nuclear Future."  Broadcast live from Madison Square Garden. 257 None
1980/11/24 21:39 Dennis Elsas.  Rossington Collins Band in concernt. 170 None
1980/12/08   Coverage of John Lennon shooting this date. 95 None
1980/12/14   John Lennon retrospective 93 None
1980/12/25 12:00 Presentation of "A Christmas Carol" featuring the entire air staff with Scott Muni as Ebeneezer Scrooge. 30 None
1981/04   "The Rock Years."  This was a series of specials totaling 48 hours in length and aired during April 1981.  It covered rock and roll history from 1965 to 1980.  This is about 8 hours worth and features several notable DJs, interviews, and unusual album cuts. 494 None
1981/04/03   Meg Griffin.  Southern Rock Special. 129 None
1981/05/25 20:50 BBC special on The Beatles 69 None
22:02 Guest DJ Dale Krantz, vocalist and wife of Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd. 51 None
1981/07/20   Rebroadcast of a Harry Chapin concert "Harry Chapin Live from the Bottom Line" originally aired on 1/9/81 and which was his 2000th performance.  This rebroadcast was done in tribute to Chapin, who had just died in an auto accident four days before on 7/16/81.  The show is introduced by Scott Muni. 141 None
1982/02/28   Tribute to Murray the K (Kaufmann), who died 2/21/82 at age 60. 62 None
1982/05/26   Tribute to WABC 92 None
1982/06/29 18:49 Alison Steele 44 None
1982/10/18 20:03 Alison Steele 142 None
1982/10/28 20:26 John Zacherle 110 None
1983/02/19 08:05 Bob Lewis.  Saturday Morning Sixties show. 187 None
1983/03/25 09:37 Richard Neel 25 None
10:00 Pete Fornatale 23 None
1983/06/24 08:34 Richard Neer 94 None
1983/11/12   Pete Fornatale interviews and plays the music of Rick Nelson.  Heard are "Garden Party," "Poor Little Fool," "Travelin' Man," and "It's Late." 32 None
1984/06/18 14:17 Scott Muni 62 None
1985/04/13   Scott Muni 56 None
1985/05/27   Top 1027 (for 102.7) songs of all time on Memorial Day Weekend.  Songs 266 through 214 are heard. 128 None
1985/11/23 19:57 Ray White.  "Beatles A to Z Weekend." 62 None
1987/02/07   Tribute to Bob Lewis with Dennis Elsas 15 None
1987/07/10   Scott Muni.  "Ticket to Ride program." 55 None
1987/11/28 16:13 Pat St. John.  First show at WNEW-FM. 29 None
1988/05/01   Scott Muni with The Moody Blues. 29 None
1989/01/14   Scott Muni interviews concert promoter Bill Graham. 15 None
1989/06/27   Charlie Kendall.  "The Who" from Radio City Music Hall. 93 None
1997/05/22   Alison Steele 61 None
1997/01/02 10:00 Pete Fornatale 47 None
1999/02/04   Opie and Anthony 75 None
2001/08/11   Vin Scelsa recalls Hall and Oates' Abandoned Luncheonette album. 26 None
2003/04/10 23:35 First night of "Blink" format. 134 None
2003/08/05   Todd Newton.  "Blink" format. 137 None
2003/09/12 16:44 "Blink" format 80 None
2003/12/26 00:30 Change from Christmas music to "The New Mix" format.  Change occurs at the 28 minute mark. 79 None
2004/03/19   Brandi 161 None
2004/02/07   Scott Muni.  "Ticket to Ride" program. 52 None
2004/02/15   Scott Muni.  "Ticket to Ride" program.  Mr. Muni died 9/28/04 at the age of 74. 51 None
2005/03/25   "New Mix" format 93 None
2006/03/18   Kim Ashley, Randy Davis 150 None
2006/05/28 15:00 Ray Fossi followed by Freddie Colon.  Legends of Dance weekend. 176 None
20:00 Bobby Jay followed by Brandy.  Legends of Dance weekend. 235 None
2006/12/30 & 31   Final 13 hours of WNEW's rhythmic AC format before the switch to Adult Top 40 "Fresh 102.7" and the call letter change to WWFS a few days later.  Does not include the actual switchover.  Contains countdown to New Year 2007.  Jocks heard are Yo Sunny Joe, Brandy, Sue O'Neal, "Brooklyn's Own" Joe Causi with his "Studio 54" disco program, and The Legendary Paco Lopez with his request show. 817 (13 hours, 37 min) None
WNSR-FM 105.1 1992/03/01   Dave Charity/Adult Contemporary 47 None
1998/01/21 16:20 Format switch (occurs at 18:30) 368 None
WNWS-FM 97.1 1976/08/09   All News.  "Your News and Information Service."  This is a sampling of NBC's attempt to create an all-news service for its affiliates and to broadcast it on the original WNBC-FM frequency in New York.  This effort began on June 18,1975 and ended unceremoniously on January 1, 1977 with a switch to an AC format and the WYNY call letters. 31 None