Media & History

Newspaper

Page Updated April 10, 2019

(Thanks below to Paul Urbahns for the latest historical finds!)



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Paul Lewis
Paid political advertising time from 1951
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Bluegrass
                Travelers tape
Reel tapes featuring local talent, such as the Bluegrass Travelers (here) from 1960-61 were broadcast
(staff photo)

WIEL alarms

WIEL alarms

WIEL at one time even broke into programming to notify the community regarding fire alarms, always keeping the community safe!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


Local businesses were also concerned about public safety and would sponsor these community services!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Dee Huddleston
                mention
Local news has ALWAYS been at the heart of WIEL
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


Tours the state
Early radio programming!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)



Fair goers
WIEL at the State Fair!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)



Constable
Whoops!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


People
Local Girl Gone Hollywood, so to speak!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Riddle COE
We've received copy of Dave's designation as Chief Operator!
(courtesy of Dave Riddle)
Methodist Broadcast
Sunday morning church broadcasts were always integral!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


Standard
                Oil Sports Network Add
Before UK Sports Network there was the Standard Oil Sports Net!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


Marriott
1960 saw or first milestone, our first decade in broadcasting!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


Lion's Club Auction
WIEL's yearly Lion's Club Radio Auction
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Lion's Club
                Article
WIEL's yearly Lion's Club Radio Auction
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)
Ron Boone
                Reporting
Ron Boone could always be counted to be everywhere there was news happening.
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)
WIEL Safety
                Campaign
Community involvement was the backbone of WIEL
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Spearhead
WIEL programming included virtually every aspect of E'town & Hardin County, including Fort Knox
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)
Bob Wright's High School
                Bowl
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)
(New!)
WIEL 1974
                  Lineup
            August 31, 1974
Jim Neal
            February 29, 1964
Reedy Hall
            January 12, 1959

            (courtesy of Paul Urbahns)
                (New!)

Microphone



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