I began listening to WRWR in the early 1970s when I was about six years old. The station did not have any national radio network affiliation and played softer contemporary music and top-40 hits. There was a five-minute newscast at the top of each hour and headlines at the bottom. The station called itself “Information Radio 94.” Local features abounded, like “Bulletin Board,” with area news and club announcements at 50 minutes past the hour. Advertising was only local. The station signed on each morning at 6:00 AM and signed off at 10:00 PM.
Programs (early/mid 1970s)
News: top of every hour
News Headlines: bottom of every hour
“Newsreels”—extended 20-30-min. newscasts: 12:00 noon and 5:00 pm each day
Bulletin Board: local community announcements, 50 minutes past each hour
Sound Off: local call-in show at 11:30am Monday through Friday, replayed at 7:00pm
Nostalgia Plus: big-band music show on Sundays