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  2. Hear it now: A look at Seattle's radio history -

    [...] it wasn't always this way. Because of limitations of the original transcontinental cable that brought network programs to Seattle in radio's heyday, the city's ...

  3. The Beginnings of KJR - Radio History Archive komo history.htm

    The Beginnings of KJR. KJR in Seattle, begun by amateur radio operator Vincent I. Kraft, was the first radio station to be licensed in the Pacific Northwest.

  4. Seattle Radio History - Tangent Sunset

    TANGENT SUNSET here's your free music download Seattle Radio History by Alex Cosper see also American Radio History The Seattle-Tacoma radio market has had a long ...

  5. Of Seattle's earliest telecommunications pioneers, the long-gone KRSC radio and television media outlets could claim a most significant corporate history.

  6. Recounting the history of 1300AM on the radio dial in Seattle, home of KOL (now Business News station).

  7. Northwest Hall of Radio History ... Demolition creates single temporary view of Northwest radio history in downtown Seattle . . . that takes in former homes of ...

  8. The Radio Historian

    John Schneider is a lifelong radio historian, and a Fellow in History of the California Historical Radio Society. He contributes regular articles on radio history to ...

  9. Recounting the history of 93.3FM on the radio dial in Seattle, home of KUBE.

  10. KIRO (AM) - Wikipedia

    KIRO (710 AM) is a radio station based in Seattle, Washington on the shores of Lake Union with 2 towers on Maury Island, broadcasting on 710 kHz in the AM radio spectrum.

  11. King Broadcasting Company - Wikipedia

    King Broadcasting Company is a Seattle, Washington media conglomerate and a subsidiary of Tegna founded by Dorothy Bullitt. It began with one AM radio station and ...