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PD Presents Wild Child Dick Kemp WYNR Chicago 1962 (07:20)
. . . The mighty 1390, featuring more platter and less chatter . . .
This aircheck of
According to the narrator, WYNR was a McLendon (KLIF) station, switching from call letters WGES on September 1, 1962. This aircheck is the fourth hour of the new Top 40 format. Despite outstanding talent like Kemp and PAMS jingles, "The Winner" failed to make significant inroads against pop-music monster WLS. WYNR changed its name again to WNUS after about two years of Top 40.
Also featured: An editorial by Mike McClennan that identifies WYNR as one of only seven full-time facilities licensed to the Windy City. Chicago had fewer full-time stations per capita than any other city in the U.S.
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