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Re: Early WRKO
- Subject: Re: Early WRKO
- From: Kevin Vahey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 4 Apr 1997 17:37:20 -0500 (EST)
On Fri, 4 Apr 1997, Ed Cochran wrote:
> mind the first days of WRKO-AM. Anyone remember the first line-up of
> jocks when WNAC and the Yankee Network died and WRKO started? Wasn't
> Al Gates 6-9a
> John Rode 9-12n
> Joel Cash 12n-3p
> J.J. Jefferies 3p-6p
> Arnie Ginsberg 6p-9p
> ?? 9p-12m
How could you forget Chuck Knapp :)
A few months later Gary Martin came in to do overnights.....
If I remember right, there was about a month transition between formats,
and I can recall Ed Miller from Dialing for Dollars spinning records.
Big winner in all of this was probably Roy Leonard, who landed at WGN
Chicago and became a legend.