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NEW Smaller AM Stations - Memories from some of the DC-Baltimore area's smaller AM stations over the years, including WAYE, WYRE, WFMD, WPIK, WPRW, WLMD, WSID, WUST, WDON, WFAX, WPWC, WANN, WARL, WEBB, and more.....

NEW WEZR/WBMW/WJFK - Some memories from Northern Virginia's WJFK and its transition over the years from an easy listening outlet to a sports talker, including Howard Stern and Don & Mike.....

NEW DC101 WWDC - Some memories from rocker DC101, including Howard Stern, Young Dave Brown, The Greaseman, and Buddy Rizer.....

NEW DC101 WWDC - Some more memories from rocker DC101.....

NEW Ron Smith Tribute - We remember Ron Smith, the longtime Baltimore TV newsman and talk radio personality who died in 2011.....

WEEL 1310 - In the late 1960s and early 1970s, if you wanted the latest top 40 tunes you could turn to 1310 AM, WEEL in Fairfax VA.....

Captain Chesapeake - In the 1970s and 1980s George Lewis played cartoon host Captain Chesapeake on Baltimore's Channel 45.....

Milt Grant - A tribute to Milt Grant who, in the 1950s had a radio show on several DC area stations and a TV show on Channel 5/WTTG, and who, in the 1960s, started Channel 20/WDCA.....

Channel 4/WRC - Memories of DC's Channel 4, back when it was WNBW and with its current WRC call.....

DCRTV Plus Interviews - DCRTV's 2009 interviews with 7's Gordon Peterson, 5's Shawn Yancy, 9' Lesli Foster, 4's Doreen Gentzler, WAMU's Ed Walker, and WTOP's Mark Plotkin.....

The Changing Face Of DC TV - Check out the changing "face" of DC TV via a series of station identification graphics dating back to the 1950s when 4 was WNBW, 7 was WMAL, and 9 was WTOP - of course, 5 was and still is WTTG.....

WINX 1600 - Memories of DC's WINX radio, heard on various frequencies over the years, including 1600.....

WITH 1230 - Memories of Baltimore's WITH radio, 1230.....

Channel 7/WMAL - Memories of DC's Channel 7, back when it was WMAL-TV.....

Channel 5/WTTG - Memories of DC's Channel 5, WTTG.....

Channel 2/WMAR - Memories of Baltimore's Channel 2, WMAR.....

WBAL 1090 - Memories of Baltimore's WBAL radio, 1090 AM.....

Channel 20/WDCA - Memories of DC's Channel 20, WDCA.....

WWDC 1260 - Memories of DC's adult contemporary WWDC, 1260 AM, back before it became a rocker on 101.1 FM in the 1970s.....

WOL 1450 - Memories of DC's WOL, mainly 1450 AM but also some other frequencies in its early days. Which was one of the major soul music outlets in the 1960s.....

WCAO 600 - Memories of Baltimore's WCAO, 600 AM, which was one of the major Baltimore "top 40" outlets in the 1960s.....

Channel 13 WJZ/WAAM - Memories of Baltimore's Channel 13, WJZ, which started out as WAAM.....

WEAM 1390 - Memories of Arlington's WEAM, 1390 AM, which was one of the major DC "top 40" outlets in the 1960s, with many format flips to follow.....

Channel 9 WUSA/WTOP/WDVM - Memories of DC's Channel 9 under the WTOP, WDVM, and WUSA calls.....

WMAL 630 - Memories from WMAL radio, from its days as a full service music and talk outlet in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, to its news talk days today.....

WASH 97.1 - Some memories from the legendary adult contemporary WASH in the 1970s.....

Jingleland - Check out some cool radio and TV station jingles and sound bites from the past at DCRTV's Jingleland.....

DCRTVideo - Video clips from the classic days of DC and Baltimore TV.....

WMZQ 98.7 - Some memories from country WMZQ, which has been trucking since 6/22/77, some 30 years.....

Brian & O'Brien - Some memories from the legendary 1980s morning team of Brian Wilson and "Big Don" O'Brien at Baltimore's B104, WBSB.....

DC101 WWDC - Some memories from rocker DC101, including Howard Stern, Young Dave Brown, The Greaseman, and Buddy Rizer.....

WCBM 680 - Some memories of from Baltimore's big 680 AM, WCBM, which had an adult contemporary format in the 1960s and 1970s, and is now a talker. History and pictures the 1970s and early 1980s.....

Jim Vance - A tribute to longtime Channel 4/WRC news anchor Jim Vance.....

Gordon Peterson - A tribute to longtime Channel 9/WUSA and Channel 7/WJLA news anchor Gordon Peterson.....

Howard Stern - Some Howard Stern memories from his early 1980s days at DC101.....

Don Geronimo - Some WPGC 1980s memories from the Washington Star about WJFK-FM afternooner Don Geronimo.....

Mike O'Meara - A tribute to the legendary DC radio comic and impersonator Mike O'Meara.....

Warner Wolf - A tribute to the legendary DC TV sportscaster who made two rounds at Channel 9.....

WPGC 95.5/1580 - Top 40 days at WPGC in the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s.....

Arch Campbell - Channel 4's longtime entertainment reporter and movie reviewer.....

Johnny Dark - DC and Baltimore radio legend Johnny Dark guested on Rusty Gibson's "Magical History Tour" classic rock and pop music show on Fairfax Cable Access's WEBR in September 2006. They, and DCRTV Dave, looked back at Johnny's days at "top 40" greats like WCAO and WEAM.....

Paul Bicknell - DC and Baltimore radio legend Paul Bicknell guested on Rusty Gibson's "Magical History Tour" classic rock and pop music show on Fairfax Cable Access's WEBR in October 2006. They, and DCRTV Dave, looked back at Paul's days at "top 40" greats like WPGC.....

Johnny Holliday - DC radio legend Johnny Holliday guested on Rusty Gibson's "Magical History Tour" classic rock and pop music show on Fairfax Cable Access's WEBR in October 2006. They, and DCRTV Dave, looked back at Johnny's days at WWDC and as the voice of the Maryland Terps.....

Eddie Gallaher - A tribute to DC radio great Eddie Gallaher, who graced the DC area's radio airwaves from 1947 to 2000 via WTOP, WASH, WWDC, and WGAY.....

Radio Day 1999 - Greats from the past and present days of DC radio (including The Greaseman, below) got together in January 1999 at the Warner Theatre, coverage & pictures.....

Ranger Hal - Channel 9's kiddie show host of the 50s & 60s.....

WHFS 102.3 - A tribute to the progressive rock icon of the 70s and early 80s.....

DC Area Broadcasting History - The radio & TV bands in the 30s, 40s & 50s.....

Walt Starling - Remembering the great DC radio traffic reporter.....

Count Gore DeVol - Channel 20's monster movie host of the 1970s and 1980s.....

WOHN 1440 - A whacky little radio station on 1440 AM in suburban Herndon VA; it survived from the mid-1960s to the mid-1980s. We tour the old station site in 2008 and reminisce with a WOHN veteran.....

WGTB 90.1 - A look back at Georgetown University's cutting edge radio station of the 1960s and 1970s.....

WQCB 2009 - Check out pics from October 2009's Washington Quarter Century Broadcasters gathering.....

WQCB 2008 - Check out pics from November 2008's Washington Quarter Century Broadcasters gathering.....

WQCB 2006 - Check out pics from November 2006's Washington Quarter Century Broadcasters gathering.....

WQCB 2004 - Check out pics from October 2004's Washington Quarter Century Broadcasters gathering.....

WQCB 2003 - Check out pics from October 2003's Washington Quarter Century Broadcasters gathering.....

WTOP Transmitter Tour - Check out the art deco Wheaton transmitter building for 50,000-watt 1500 AM, WTOP.....

WMAL Transmitter Tour - Visit the Bethesda transmitter building for WMAL, AM 630.....

WMZQ Studio Tour - Take a look at the old studio facilities of WMZQ, 98.7 FM......