Photo Of The Week Archives


Takes a Licking and …

KFKA(AM) in Greeley, Colo., received a surprise Sunday night when a car smashed into its streetfront façade. No one was on duty at the time but the station continued to broadcast. KFKA is the oldest continuously broadcasting radio station in Colorado. Photo: Greeley Fire Dept.



Golf Fun in the Sun

While everyone’s eyes are on the hosts and celebrities at a celebrity golf tournament, Radio World wants to get some press for the equipment that makes it all possible. Here at NBC Sports Radio’s broadcast of the recent 26th Annual American Century Championship at Lake Tahoe, helping co-host Mark Malone (left) and NBC Sports Radio PD Jack Silver are a Telos Zephyr Xport codec operating in AAC-LD, a Behringer UBB1002 mixer, a Broadcast Tools FlexPhones headphone system and Sennheiser e 835 microphones.


Delilah on TV

Premiere Networks syndicated host Delilah took time out of her busy radio schedule to make a TV appearance on Fox Business Network’s “After the Bell,” on July 9.


Blackhawks Win! Blackhawks Win!

When you get a major sports championship trophy, you milk it for all it’s worth. WGN(AM) landed the Chicago Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup for their Blackhawks-themed float in the 46th Annual Chicago Pride Parade, June 28.


Alternative Keys

The Black Keys teamed up with iHeartMedia earlier this week for a private show celebrating their most recent album, “Turn Blue.” Here KYSR(FM)’s Harms (center) talks with Patrick Carney (left) and Dan Auerbach (right) on stage. There will also be a special video show on June 18, airing on iHeartMedia alt, AAA, mainstream rock and active rock format station websites and Photo by Katherine Tyler for iHeartRadio.


Smashing Good Time for WMSE

Milwaukee is a town famous for beer and Milwaukee-based WMSE likes to have a good time. So put two and two together and what do you get? Smash Ale, WMSE’s “summertime brew.” The ale is the brainchild of home brewer and WMSE show host Drew Walther. The station had the brew prepared by a professional local brewery, Sprecher, and it will be available in bottle and on tap at select locations. Smash Ale uses Wisconsin-grown hops and malt as ingredients. WMSE has planned events around the beer and proceeds will benefit the station. L–R:  Sprecher Sales Rep and WMSE DJ Ryan Aschebrook, WMSE GM Tom Crawford, Beer Creator and WMSE DJ Drew Walther, Promotions Director Sid McCain, Music Director Erin Wolf and Development Director Jay Burseth.