Here's a collection of photos gathered from assorted Nebraska radio and TV stations over the years. Have anything fun to share? Send it along!
”Back to the Bible” studios in Lincoln
KRVN, back in its “1010” days
KMMJ, when it was in Clay Center
KMMJ in Grand Island, 1940, shortly after its move from Clay Center
FCC Monitoring Station, west of Grand Island
Formerly KHOL-TV, now KHGI-TV, flagship of NTV
Texas Mary & Dick Waite on KFAB in the 40’s
The KFAB “Morning Gang”
The KMMJ “Prairie Pioneers”, late 30’s
Charlie Winkler and Bob Devaney, KMMJ, Westside Lanes remote, Grand Island
The kids loved Wayne West on 10/11. He hosted the after school show, plus the morning show. He’s the one who’d tell us school was closed because of the weather!
Todd Storz, broadcast legend, KOWH
Don MacKinnon on KOWH in the late 50’s
Ron Kruse at KTTT in December, 1977
Ed Conrads’ KORN Kings, KORN circa 1947
Sen. Joseph McCarthy speaking over KFAB Radio in Lincoln, Nebraska, August 24, 1951
KMMJ Radio, circa late 50's. Left to Right: Bob Schnuelle, Bill Martin, George Kister, Robert Taylor (yes, the actor. KMMJ alum from 1929-31).
Famed World War II era storyteller “Colonel Barney” Oldfield on KHAS
Students run a 1949 show on KGFW in Kearney
Steve Christi and his Bohemian Orchestra. KGFW
A farm show in progress on KGFW, July 15, 1940
Early morning show on KMMJ, back in it’s Clay Center days.
KMMJ, during World War II from it’s Grand Island studios.
Did you have YOUR KRVN “Noodle Cutter”?
At WJAG, we’re ‘Jolly and Gay!”