Preserving radio history

Political Broadcast an exchange of letters between CBS and the Republican National Committee 1936

The letter from the FCC to Dorothy Bullitt that changed KEVR to KING on the Seattle section.

KIRO was interested in buying KVI in 1939.
Manager Notes on KIRO buying KVI 1939
KIRO transmitter move to KVI Vashon site notes 1939.

Just found some great letters and station sales info from 1939 for KNX, KGW and KEX.
KGW-KEX and KOIN 1939 letterhead

KNX 1939
KNX 1939 January1-7 programing
KNX-1938 sales info

Just added to the Seattle history section,  a file found at a remote transmitter site on Vashon Island labeled Station Separation KOMO-KJR. Click here to read more….

KEVR Makes planes to increase power and move to Vashon Island…Read More

Yes! There  was  a  KOMO  FM ….read more

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There are some Fun links to sites about Radio and Broadcasting. All sorts of Broadcast links can be found here.

To start off the list is There is a lot on the site just click around and explore click on this link to go to the Broadcast Equipment Archive

This next site is a fun one to get lost in. You can easily get lost for days on this site. I just might get lost on this site again. The radio Engineering section has a great collection of Vintage RCA Broadcast News. It’s got a lot of radio history archived in it’s scans of publications.