➦In 1952...Robin Quivers, famous sidekick to Howard Stern, was born.
In March 1981, radio personality Howard Stern started his new morning program at WWDC in Washington, D.C.. He wished for an on-air newscaster to riff with him in the studio on the news and current affairs. That was when station program director Denise Oliver played Quivers a tape of Stern interviewing a prostitute on the air. She "had never heard anything like it...I just said, 'where do I sign? I’ll do anything just to meet this guy!'"
➦In 1952..WMCA 570 AM NYC banned Rosemary Clooney's latest hit 'Botch-A-Me. As noted in Billboard.
➦In 1963..."Louie Louie" by the Kingsmen was released and Radio stations quickly labeled it obscene.
➦In 1966...WABC moved to 1330 Avenue of the Americas
➦In 1982...WNBC-AM, New York City began broadcasting in AM Stereo.
➦In 1986...legendary DJs, Bobby Ocean and Dr. Don Rose did their last shows on KFRC, San Francisco, California.
➦In 2002...New York's WNNY 1380 AM changes call letters to WLXE