Miami

WHYI (Y100) – Miami – 6/24/99 – Rich Rodriguez

One of America’s heritage CHRs (the longest with the same calls/nickname according to Wikipedia) is Miami’s Y-100 (100.7 WHYI).  At the peak of the boy-band/girl-band era, here’s a segment from the summer before the start of the new millennium. This features host Rich Rodriguez telling hopeful contest winners that he’s looking for caller #1007.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – Slammin’ Felix Sama & DJ Laz – 3/13/97

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  During the 1990’s, it offered an  approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This montage of the station features both mixshow and regular programming.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – 10/2/98

“THE most listened to radio station in the Southeast U.S.A….” Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This aircheck includes a sample of a “Freestyle Friday” mix.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – 10/13/98 – Joe Nasty

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This is a sample of the station, recorded 17 years ago this month.

WHYI (Y-100) – Kenny Walker & “Rhythm 93.5” – Miami – 10/8/98 & 10/11/98

Recorded 17 years ago this month, this is a sample of Miami’s heritage Mainstream CHR (Y-100) on a Thursday night during live-to-air programming (titled “The House of Style”) from a local nightclub named Cafe Iguana Beach Place in Fort Lauderdale. Following the Y-100 aircheck is a sample of a classic dance-formatted pirate station that was operating in the area at the time, named “Rhythm 93.5”.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – 3/20/97 – Joe Nasty, Slammin’ Felix Sama

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This extended aircheck of the station was recorded 18 years ago today.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – 1/4/97 – Tony the Tiger

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This sample of the station, recorded 17 years ago this month, demonstrates how diverse the playlist was at the time — Power 96 was a pure Rhythmic CHR, playing hits from multiple uptempo genres.

WPOW (Power 96.5) – Miami – 11/30/98 – DJ Laz & DJ Zog

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This is a montage of the station during Afternoon Drive on the last day of November 1998 (recorded 16 years ago today). It includes a sample of the “Traffic Jam” heard during the 5pm hour, with mixer DJ Zog filling in for Slammin’ Felix Sama.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – Kid Curry, Felix Slammin’ Sama – 6/24/99 & 6/25/99

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This aircheck of the station was recorded 15 years ago this month.

WPOW (Power 96) – Miami – 11/25/98 – DJ Laz

Miami’s Power 96 is one of America’s heritage Rhythmic CHRs.  It has always offered an approach custom-tailored to its unique market – a rarity in an increasingly homogenized and corporate-dominated radio environment. This is a sample of the station from the night before Thanksgiving in 1998.

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