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WBJW  BJ-105 Orlando.  Over the years BJ-105 played host to many famous recording artists & other celebrities. Photo around 1976
WBJW Legendary BJ-105 in Orlando, Stan Price washes the van on a sunny warm day in January 1977 
WBJW BJ-105, Orlando, 105.1 FM.  Terry Long entertains the mid day crowd at this legendary FM powerhouse rocker
WBJW BJ-105's production room
WDBO Tom McCarthy December 1982, checks the audio quality, Gary Owens style.
WHLY Y-106, Orlando 106.7 FM on PM magazine with the tug of war, probably around 1983
WHLY Y-106, Orlando. By confusing the opposition as to which end was the rope, the Y-106 guys win by default, or someone's fault
WHOO Orlando, 990AM, 50,000 watts.  Bob "The King Bird" King hams it up as Andy Wilson looks on.
WHOO Orlando's 990 AM also known as WMMA for a short while in the eighties. Here's Frank Vaught doing sports
WHOO Orlando, again in it's WMMA  magic 99 incarnation, Here's Joe Finger, news director
WHOO Orlando, another WMMA picture of the very talented Perry Moore doing mornings, did morning for many years at WDBO
WIRK West Palm Beach, wide shot of production room around 1970
WIRK West Palm Beach, Bob Saxon on the air
WIRK West Palm Beach, 1290AM.  This top forty station was a significant stepping stone to major market stations like Miami
WIRK FM automation system, July 1972
WIVY Ryan Hammer's morning news room and  production room Feb 1974. The following year CE Chris Hall would built  a new state of the art production & control room.
WIVY Jacksonville, rock in stereo 103, The new production room is on line 1975, what a beauty designed by Chris Hall 
WIVY Jefferson Stone in charge of afternoon drive in Jacksonville May 1974
WIVY Jacksonville, 102.9 FM, Lee Fowler, program director from WGH, would later program WGY and do talk at WJNO 
WJAX Jacksonville's 95.1 FM playing oldies. Here's a view of the out side of the building, then owner by the city of Jacksonville
WJAX Jacksonville, the city owned radio station at 930AM.  Charlie Smith is at the controls in this July 1975 photo
WJAX Jacksonville. The FM played oldies, an enjoyable format and the view over the St. Johns river was terrific, 1975
WJNO WJNO-FM, West Palm Beach, the automation system for "music just for the two of us" 97.9 Mhz
WJNO West Palm Beach around 1970, aerial view, FM tower is barely visible near the back of the building both gone long ago
WJNO West Palm Beach, With it tower ground system in the brackish water of Lake Worth the pea jumper really got out
WJNO West Palm Beach, increases it day time power from 250 to 1000 watts with this new transmitter at 1230 Khz
WJNO West Palm Beach, wide angle control room shot, production room in foreground ...1970
WJNO West Palm Beach, time exposure of the control room with the lights off.  September 1971
WJNO Another control room shot, note the conelrad receiver at the top right hand side of the picture.  Sept. 1971 
WJNO New addition to the parking lot is the FM antenna under construction in this photo from May 1973
WJNO Another shot of the fm antenna and the building.  The antenna is now gone as well as the building from lakeside Flagler Avenue
WJNO Picture taken inside the mobile automation van used to demonstrate equipment for sale in 1971 
WKKO Cocoa, FL 860 am. The front of the building housing studio's and offices reflect a tropical atmosphere. 
WKKO
WLBE
Cocoa.  Rick Ryder is the morning man in this picture from 1973, Rick is now regional sales manager for Nautel 
Leesburg, Fl.  Radio friends re-unite with pictures from July 2007.
WMEL Melbourne,  The legendary Ernie Legge  former news anchor, before they were called that, of Orlando's WLOF Ch 9
WMEL Melbourne, Fl 920 AM, Keith Allen on the air in this well equipped control room
WMEL Melbourne, Fl 920 AM, one of the four towers for directional night pattern get a new beacon
WMJX Frank Reed on the air in Miami at 96-X. September 1975
WNBC Don Imus and Frank Reed (captain Frank) at WNBC.  Frank is the one without the tongue, or tongue in cheek. Sept. 1979
WNBE Orlando - Winter Park, 1440 formally WABR, WBJW-AM, Pam Gordon at the controls when the station as all news
WSSP 104.1 Orlando, Engineer Frank Lovre supervises another flawless remote. Frank now supervises at the network level
WSSP 104.1 Orlando, Bithlo towers site.  From the mid level below the FM antenna looking    W A Y    D O W N 
WSSP 104.1 Orlando in the bank building at 3500 West Colonial Drive.  February 25, 1989
WSTU Stuart, Florida 1450 on the AM dial.  Control room shot March 1972
WWOK Miami, 1260.  The news room.  Hey dude! Are those teletype machines?
WWOK Miami, 1260.  Tom Cary, one of the nicest and funniest pros in the business, completes another news cast
WWOK Miami, 1260AM, around 1969.  Mike Millard performs his morning magic
WWOK Miami, 1260 around 1969.  Lee Scott entertains the evening audience
WWOK Miami, 1260 KC, 1969.  Jay Robbins prepares to give away more salt & pepper shakers and diamond ear screws