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Welcome to DCRTV's Jingleland. Here you'll find jingles from DC and Baltimore area radio stations of the past. Just click on the blue text to access the "wav," Real Audio, or "mp3" file. If you're using a slow internet connection you may have to wait a few minutes for the file to load.

Recent Jingleland Additions

  • A batch of jingles from Arlington's old WEAM (1390 AM). This package was called Shockwave from TM Productions and dates from the mid-1970s. Near the end is a Loo Katz top-of-the-hour intro.....

  • A batch of jingles from Fairfax's old WEEL (1310 AM), Manassas's old WPRW (1460 AM), and Herndon's old WOHN (1440 AM). More at our WEEL Tribute Page and our WOHN Tribute Page.....

  • WPGC - AUDIO: Don Geronimo on contemporary hit WPGC in the 1980s (mp3).....

  • WOHN - AUDIO: on-air "Where's Herndon, Where's Jay" ID circa 1975 (mp3).....

  • WASH - AUDIO: on-air circa 1972 (mp3).....

  • WASH - AUDIO: on-air circa 1972 (mp3).....

  • WASH - AUDIO: on-air circa 1972 (mp3).....

  • WASH - AUDIO: on-air circa 1972 (mp3).....

  • WPOC - AUDIO: a two-minute country WPOC song promo from about 1983 (mp3).....

  • WPGC - AUDIO: an early 1980s Don Geronimo clip from "top 40" WPGC (mp3).....

  • WPGC - AUDIO: an early 1980s Don Geronimo clip from "top 40" WPGC (mp3).....

  • WPGC - AUDIO: an early 1980s Don Geronimo clip from "top 40" WPGC (mp3).....

  • WPGC - AUDIO: an early 1980s Don Geronimo clip from "top 40" WPGC (mp3). More Geronimo audio coming soon.....

  • WJLA-TV - VIDEO: a 1987 newscast intro featuring Wes Sarginson (real video).....

  • WTTG-TV - VIDEO: a 1984 newscast intro featuring Maury Povich (real video).....


  • WDVM-TV - VIDEO: a 1981 newscast intro featuring JC Hayward (real video).....

  • WRC-TV - VIDEO: a 1993 newscast intro featuring Jim Vance and Doreen Gentzler (real video).....

    Jingleland Archive

  • WAPP/WBPP - a 1997 jingle from Berryville VA's WAPP (105.5) and Strasburg VA's WBPP (104.9), "Apple Country" (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WARW - a 1994 jingle from classic rocker 94.7 (wav, thanks to P. Kenny Burns)

  • WARW - 1994 audio from classic rocker 94.7 (wav)

  • WARW - 1994 audio from classic rocker 94.7 (wav)

  • WARW - 1994 audio from classic rocker 94.7 (wav)

  • WARW - 1998 audio from classic rocker 94.7 (wav)

  • WARW - 1998 audio from classic rocker 94.7 (wav)

  • WARW - 1998 audio from classic rocker 94.7 (wav)

  • WASH - a 1964 Ken Rogers aircheck from 97.1 FM (wav, thanks to Mark Rockman)

  • WASH - a 97.1 aircheck including a 1970 newscast from the Metromedia days (wav, thanks to Mark Rockman)

  • WASH - a lush 97.1 jingle from the 70s (wav, thanks to Richard Ernst)

  • WAVA - a 1987 jingle from 105.1 when it was top 40 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WAVA - 1987-ish jingle from 105.1 when it was top 40 (wav, thanks to "Spam")

  • WAVA - an early 1980s jingle from 105.1 when it had an album rock format (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WAYE - Recorded intro to talk show host Arnold Zenker and a little of Zenker on his last day at Baltimore's 860 WAYE, the station was going from talk to music, 1971 (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WBAL - a jingle from Baltimore's "Radio 11" WBAL (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WBAL-TV - from Baltimore's Channel 11 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WBIG - a 1993 jingle from oldies 100.3 (wav, thanks to P. Kenny Burns)

  • WBQB - a 1995 jingle from Fredericksburg VA's B-101.5 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WBSB - a jingle from Baltimore's 104.3, once WBSB, B104 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WCAO - Johnny Dark, a 1960s/70s jingle from former Baltimore contemporary outlet WCAO on AM 600 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WCBM - a news aircheck from Baltimore's 680 AM in the early 1970s - about 2 seconds of sports talker Bill Tanton saying good night, followed by a news open with Robert Burns (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WDVM-TV - back when DC's Channel 9 was WTOP-TV and it became WDVM-TV (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WDVM-TV - a video clip of when DC's Channel 9 switched its call letters from WTOP to WDVM; it is now WUSA (real video, thanks to Rick Schwarz)

  • WEAM - a 1963 jingle from Arlington's 1390 back when it was top 40 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WEAM - a 1970 jingle from Arlington's 1390 back when it was top 40 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WEAM - a 1970 promo for "top 40" WEAM, 1390 AM (wav, thanks to John Ahmad)

  • WEEL - an early 1970s jingle from Fairfax's 1310 AM, WEEL, featuring Bob Raleigh (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WFBR - a Johnny Walker jingle from Baltimore's 1300 back when it was top 40 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WFRE - a 1994 jingle from Frederick MD's country 99.9 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WGAY - a sound bite from the 60s when 99.5 was easy listening (wav)

  • WGAY - the last seconds of the adult contemporary format on 99.5 before going "Jammin' Oldies" in 1999 (wav, thanks to Mark Rockman)

  • WGAY - hear Eddie Gallaher's sign-off from nostalgic WGAY (1260 AM) on 12/22/00 (RealAudio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WGRX - 1997, from Westminster MD's formerly country 100.7 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WGRX - a May 2001 aircheck featuring the lead up to the new "thunder country" format at Falmouth VA's new 104.5 (RealAudio, thanks to Dave Perrussel)

  • WGRX - a May 2001 aircheck featuring the first moments of the new "thunder country" format at Falmouth VA's new 104.5 (RealAudio, thanks to Dave Perrussel)

  • WHFS - a jingle from 99.1 in the 90s (wav)

  • WHVY - once hard rock WHVY could be heard on 103.1 near Annapolis (mpg, thanks to Mike McCoy)

  • WINC - a 1972 jingle from Winchester's WINC (1400 AM) back when it was top 40 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WINC - a late 1980s jingle from 92.5 in Winchester (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WINX - a 1998 jingle from Rockville's 1600 which used to have a top 40 format (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WINX - a 1993 jingle from Rockville's 1600 when it used to have an oldies format (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WINX - a 1990s jingle from 94.3 in Warrenton when it simulcasted Rockville's WINX (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WINX - a jingle from when 1600 AM in Rockville was contemporary WINX (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WINX - an early 80s jingle from 1600 AM in Rockville when it was contemporary WINX (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WITH - a jingle from Baltimore's 1230 top 40 WITH featuring Buddy Deane (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WJLA-TV - a 1982 "so good to turn to" promo for DC's Channel 7 (real audio, thanks to P. Kenny Burns)

  • WJLA-TV - VIDEO: a 1981 newscast intro (real video).....

  • WJOK - 1150 AM in Gaithersburg back in the 70s was all-comedy WJOK (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WJZ-TV - from Baltimore's Channel 13 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WKYS - a 1980s sound bite from 93.9 in Washington DC featuring Glenn Brenner and Gordon Peterson doing fund raising (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WKYS - a 1970s sound bite from 93.9 in Washington DC featuring Willard Scott (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WLPL - a 1960s jingle from Baltimore's WLPL on 92.3 FM (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WMAL - a 1960-ish laid back jingle from DC's "63" back when it played easy listening stuff (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WMAL - a jingle from the 1970s when Felix Grant had an evening jazz program on 630 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WMAL - a 1969 Humphrey Bogart imitator promo for WMAL radio, AM 630 and FM 107.3 (wav, thanks to John Ahmad)

  • WMAL/Joy Boys Song - a 1990 WMAL aircheck featuring Ed Walker, Willard Scott, and Johnny Holliday doing the "Joy Boys" song (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WMAL - DC's 630 AM, WMAL, 1991. From Bill Mayhugh's Sunday show, "Music, Memories and Mayhugh." (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WMAL - DC's 630 AM, WMAL, 1990. Ed Walker doing his Nat Albright imitation with Johnny Holliday. (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WMAL-TV - back when DC's Channel 7 was WMAL-TV (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WMAL-TV - audio from a National Association Of Broadcasters' Seal Of Good Practive announcement for Channel 7, then WMAL-TV another (wav, thanks to John Ahmad)

  • WMAR - a jingle from Baltimore's contemporary 106.5, then WMAR (real audio, thanks to Jonathan Edelson)

  • WMAR - a 1982 jingle from Baltimore's "Hot Hits" 106.5, then WMAR (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WMET - a jingle from Gaithersburg's 1150 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WMMJ - a Tom Gauger jingle from 102.3 in Bethesda from back in the 1980s when it sported an adult contemporary format (real audio, thanks to Tom Gauger)

  • WMJS - an aircheck featuring Dave Statter (current Channel 9 newsman) from the mid-70s on 92.7 in Prince Frederick MD (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WMUC - a 1960s John Lennon promo for the University Of Maryland at College Park's WMUC (650 AM) (mp3, thanks to Bill Seaby and Ed Jones)

  • WMUC - another 1960s John Lennon promo for the University Of Maryland at College Park's WMUC (650 AM) (mp3, thanks to Bill Seaby and Ed Jones)

  • WMUC - yet another 1960s John Lennon promo for the University Of Maryland at College Park's WMUC (650 AM) (mp3, thanks to Bill Seaby and Ed Jones)

  • WMUC - a jingle from 88.1 WMUC in College Park (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WNAV - 1985, from WNAV 1430 in Annapolis (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WNAV - 1971, long before 99.1 in Annapolis was WHFS, it was easy listening WNAV-FM (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WNAV - a 1975 jingle from 1430 AM in Annapolis (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WPGC - a montage of several jingles from top 40 WPGC in the late 70s (real audio, thanks to Rob Barker)

  • WPGC - a 1970s "Sound Off" sound bite from 95.5 FM (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WPGC - a mid-90s jingle from 95.5 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WPIK - a 1970s jingle from former country outlet WPIK on AM 730 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WPIK/WXRA - a 1970s jingle from former country outlets WPIK on AM 730 and WXRA on FM 105.9 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WQRA - back in 1978 Warrenton's 94.3 was WQRA with an adult contemporary format (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WRBS - a jingle from Baltimore religious outlet 95.1 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WRC - a 1970s jingle from former top 40 outlet WRC, back when it was AM 980 and back when the Greaseman was heard there (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WRC - a 1970s sound bite from 980 AM when the Greaseman worked there (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WRC - a 1970s song "Life Is A Rock, But WRC Rolled Me" by Reunion back when 980 was top 40 WRC (realaudio, thanks to Skip McCloskey)

  • WRC - a 1964 "Al Ross your time keeper" aircheck from 980 AM (wav, thanks to Mark Rockman)

  • WRC - DC's 980 WRC 1982, Jane Pauley finishing NBC News into 98am WRC jingle and Joel Spivak (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WRC-TV - the Channel 4 news theme from a few years back (wav, thanks to Mark Rockman)

  • WRQX - a Q107 jingle from 1983 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WSMD - a 1980s jingle from Mechanicsville MD's 98.3 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WTEM - a jingle from the sports talker which has been on 570 and now on 980 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WTOP - Jamie Bragg and Dave Statter on DC's 1500, WTOP, 1982. (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WTOP-TV - the 1970s news theme for DC's Channel 9 when it was WTOP-TV (real audio, thanks to P. Kenny Burns)

  • WUSA-TV - a promo for "the one and only" Channel 9 from a few years back (wav, thanks to Mark Rockman)

  • WVKX/WPKX - a 1982 jingle from 105.9 (and 730 AM) when it was country "Kix 106" (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WWDC - a WWDC jingle from the 1960s or early 1970s when Johnny Holliday worked at 1260 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WWDC - a jingle from the pre-rock days of 101.1 FM (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WWMD - a jingle from 104.7 in Hagerstown when it was easy listening WWMD (wav, thanks to Travers DeVine)

  • WWMD - another jingle from 104.7 in Hagerstown when it was easy listening WWMD (wav, thanks to Travers DeVine)

  • WWRC - DC's 980, WWRC, 1985. "Station of the Stars" ID and open of NBC News on the hour. (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WWRC - Felix Grant on DC's 980, WWRC, 1985. (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WWRC - DC's 980 WWRC 1990, Jamie McIntyre and Dave Statter (real audio, thanks to Dave Statter)

  • WXTR - a 1993 jingle from then oldies formatted 104.1, WXTR (wav, thanks to P. Kenny Burns)

  • WXTR - a jingle from 104.1 back when it was oldies (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WXTR - an early 1980s jingle for 104.1/1560 back when they were oldies (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WXYV - the switch from urban V-103 to contemporary hit "102.7 XYV" at Baltimore's 102.7 FM (real audio, thanks to Frederick Jackson)

  • WYRE - a 1960-ish foghorn "marine weather" jingle for 810 in Annapolis (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WYRE - a 1969 jingle for 810 in Annapolis (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WZYQ - 103.9 in Frederick MD used to be Z104, WZYQ; it now relays WWZZ, 104.1 from La Plata MD, another Z104 (wav, thanks to Chris Roth)

  • WZYQ - 103.9 in Frederick MD used to be "hot stereo rock" Z104, WZYQ (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WZYQ - a "surfer girl" jingle from 103.9 in Frederick MD Z104, WZYQ (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)

  • WZYQ - a custom Rick Springfield 1983 jingle from 103.9 in Frederick MD Z104, WZYQ (real audio, thanks to Steve Willett)