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DJ Steve Kas moves up in the world
Saturday, 12 April 2008 00:00
DJs 70-80s done!
Kas is moving up!

A young Steve Kastenbaum started out a Steve Kas on the overnight at the 92.7 station during the early 90s on 92.7 WDRE-FM.

Today, he works for CNN Radio in the news division of the station. if you're interested in what he has been upto, why not visit his new bio page courtesy of CNN Radio.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 April 2008 13:00 )
 
DJ Yearbook 1970-80 now complete!
Sunday, 30 March 2008 00:00
DJs 70-80s done!
Update complete!

Our Yearbook of 92.7 DJs for 1970-1980 is now complete with the remaining entries for Denis McNamera and Ray White now finished.

If you curious what the sound originators of the early LIR era have been up to, why not visit our Station History link above to discover what helped forge the station in the new rock direction!

Also, if you are curious what Phil Collins had to tell Ray White of WLIR during a 1981 interview, why not visit youtube.com to view the sit down session for yourself!

 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 30 March 2008 21:56 )
 
Motnow releases WLIR aircheck #7
Sunday, 30 March 2008 00:00
New Release
New 1984 aircheck!

Wlir group member Motnow has released tape archive 7 for review by WLIR enthusiasts everywhere. This large mp3 download can be obtained by pointing your web browser to http://www.sendspace.com/file/nqgc9s.  

The 70 MG sound file is also being added to the aircheck registry and the tidbits about the items found on this sound file will be available in a short time from our website!

Motnow has been releasing about 2-3 airchecks every 6 to 8 weeks since the WLIR signal as we know it went off the airwaves.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 30 March 2008 20:46 )
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