Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Interview with Mike Fichter

Pat Miller Program 02-17-2017

Interview With Martin Carbaugh

Pat Miller Program

Bob Chase tribute special

To honor legend Bob Chase, WOWO has produced this tribute special to his life and legacy. This special was produced to play in connection with...

WOWO 90th Special: Part 6

The station was about to find it's new place on the radio dial.  In the 1990's, WOWO started to transition away from music programming...

WOWO 90th Special: Part 5

The 1980's was a time of transition for WOWO.  With Bob Sievers and Jack Underwood retired, and the passing of Jay Gould, the next few...

WOWO 90th Special: Part 4

The dominance of WOWO continued into the 1970's, but some new faces would join the staff  and start to inject a new delivery of...

WOWO 90th Special: Part 3

The move to a new building wasn't the only new thing for WOWO in the early 50's.  They were also ready to upgrade their...

WOWO 90th Special: Part 2

It wasn't until 1941 that you could hear WOWO on 1190AM, thanks to the US treaty called the North American Radio Broadcasting Agreement.  Before...

WOWO 90th Special: Part 1

On March 31, 1925, WOWO Radio signed onto 1320 kilocycles as a 500 watt radio station.  It's weird to think of WOWO on any other frequency...

WOWO 90th Anniversary Special: Introduction

Established by the Main Auto Supply Co., Indiana's Most Powerful Broadcasting Station signed on for the first time on March 31, 1925.  More than 90...


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