Radio and Television Stations - Wisconsin
WTMJ-AM Radio, 620 kcs, 10 kW Day, 5 kW Night, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, about 1963.
- Radio Information.
- Bill McCullough joking with broadcast engineer Phil McCutchen in control room. March, 1969.
- Jack Baker - Radio announcer, between announcements. Ed Hinshaw visible on wall poster. March, 1969.
- Jack Baker and Carol Cotter - Radio show in progress. Carol Cotter was the voice of the kids Christmas program Billy the Brownie. Wall posters show Bill Carlsen, Don Parcher, Ted Moore, and Hank Stoddard. March, 1969.
- Talent 14 Personalities.
- 23 Personalities.
- WTMJ Control Room - With Collins Automatic Tape Cassette machines, remote controls of two Ampex reel-to-reel tape recorders, and RCA turntables. Rich Regent engineer.
- Audio Recording - Engineer Mel Hilger at controls. 1969.
- Recording Control - Mel Hilger, engineer, 1968. This room was also used to feed WTMJ-FM broadcasts.
- Commercial Recording Rates - 1968.
- Trumpet for Billy the Brownie - This toy trumpet is 8-1/2 inches long and is of the same type used on the show Billy the Brownie radio program in the 1940s.
WTMJ-TV, Channel 4, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, about 1966.
- Hank Stoddard, sports; and Bill Carlsen, weather - Chat before air time. March, 1969.
- Judy Marks - Judy Marks phones a lucky viewer for a $52 prize. Cash on the Line during "Three-thirty Theater" or "Movie 4." March, 1969.
- John McCullough - Gets interupted for photo, blue chroma key wall background, Studio A, March, 1969.
- Jerry Bertram - Televsion and radio announcer. March, 1969.
- Jayne Whalen, Judy Marks, Bea Raasch - Faded autographs of Jayne Whalen ("Dick, who also likes to eat"); Judy Marks-Chaudoir ("Dick, May all your days be sunny and bright"); Bea Raasch-Hooten. February, 1967.
- Channel 4 Color Logo.
- Viewer tuning information.
- FM Transmitter Audio - Rich Regent, engineer.
- RCA TK-41 Color Cameras - Round studio. March, 1969.
- TK-44A RCA Color Cameras - Round studio, Rich Regent, engineer.
- TK-44A RCA Color Cameras - Round studio, color camera and pedestal, Rich Regent, engineer.
- FM pre-recorded audio control - Rich Regent, engineer.
- Television Antenna conduits and phasing - Rich Regent, engineer.
- TV Transmitter - Rich Regent, engineer.
WYLO-AM Radio, 540 kcs, Jackson, Wisconsin, about 1965, a year after going on the air.
WISN-AM Radio, 1130 kcs, 50 kW Day, 10 kW Night, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May, 1965.
WMAD-AM Radio, 1550 kcs, 5 kW Day, Madison, Wisconsin, about 1964.
WAUK-AM Radio, 1510 kcs, 10 kW Day, Waukesha, Wisconsin, about 1965.
WXIX-TV Channel 19 and WUHF-TV Channel 18 Television, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, about 1964.
- Control - Switching, audio and video multiplexer equipment. Dennis Brechlin, K9MKC, at controls.
- Video - Video record and monitoring gear.
- Transmitter - General Electric.
Teltron CATV Cable TV Stevens Point and Wausau, with a few microwave sites, 1969. Owned by The Milwaukee Journal.