© 2016 Steven M. Geisler
A Tribute to Florida’s first radio station - Tiger Radio in Miami, Florida - One of the great Storz Stations WQAM rated #7 of the Top 40 Top 40 stations of all-time All 6 of the Storz owned stations made the top 40 list, 3 in the top 10, with KOMA #1! After all, Todd Storz pioneered Top 40 radio! Examiner.comRead the article 7 №
This is a tribute to WQAM Radio, 560 in Miami, Florida, during the period of the Storz Broadcasting Company ownership 1955-1980, the glory days of top 40 radio. Here you'll find WQAM memorabilia, music surveys, jingles, DJ information, airchecks, historical data, trivial tidbits, sound bytes, newspaper articles, advertisements and other goodies.
HELP!
WQAM Jingles Needed   I am desperately looking for the following WQAM jingle packages: Ullman “One-derful” Series Pepper Fun Series CRC Series 34 Holiday Series Futursonic Time and Temperature Jingles PAMS Series 25B “The Happy Differnce” - Sonovox Version PAMS Series 25D “Cheerleaders” - Male Vocals PAMS Series 17 and 18 - Instrumental Cuts A 1963 package by a group called the Skipjacks It was a complete set of jingles including new time and temperarure jingles. If you have any of these please contact: wqam@560.com

WQAM Radio Tribute

Why WQAM was such a great radio station

WQAM was a Storz station. Tood Storz, the owner, was one of the pioneers of Top 40 Radio. All six of the Storz owned stations made the Top 40 Top 40 Stations of All Time List, three in the top 10! #1 KOMA (Oklahoma City),  #7 WQAM (Miami),  #9 WTIX (New Orleans). #15 WDGY  (Minneapolis),  #21 KXOK  (St. Louis), and #23 WHB (Kansas City).
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Read Lee Abrams Read Lee Abrams Read Neal Sanders Read Neal Sanders
We are always looking for WQAM memorabilia, jingles, air checks, pictures or anything about WQAM. Please contact WQAM@560.com  to make arrangements to obtain copies or dubs of anything you may have for use on the site.
Read what Lee Abrams, a longtime radio and music prroducer and programmer and Neal Sanders, a WQAM fan, have to say about WQAM. They sum it up quite well.
© 2016 Steven M. Geisler
This is a tribute to WQAM Radio, 560 in Miami, Florida, during the period of the Storz Broadcasting Company ownership 1955-1980, the glory days of top 40 radio. Here you'll find WQAM memorabilia, music surveys, jingles, DJ information, airchecks, historical data, trivial tidbits, sound bytes, newspaper articles, advertisements and other goodies.

WQAM Radio Tribute

Why WQAM was such a great radio station

WQAM was a Storz station. Tood Storz, the owner, was one of the pioneers of Top 40 Radio. All six of the Storz owned stations made the Top 40 Top 40 Stations of All Time List, three in the top 10! #1 KOMA (Oklahoma City),  #7 WQAM (Miami),  #9 WTIX (New Orleans). #15 WDGY  (Minneapolis),  #21 KXOK (St. Louis), and #23 WHB (Kansas City).
HELP!
WQAM Jingles Needed   I am desperately looking for the following WQAM jingle packages: Ullman “One-derful” Series Pepper Fun Series CRC Series 34 Holiday Series Futursonic Time and Temperature Jingles PAMS Series 25B “The Happy Differnce” - Sonovox Version PAMS Series 25D “Cheerleaders” - Male Vocals PAMS Series 17 and 18 - Instrumental Cuts A 1963 package by a group called the Skipjacks It was a complete set of jingles including new time and temperarure jingles. If you have any of these please contact: wqam@560.com
Read what Lee Abrams, a longtime radio and music prroducer and programmer and Neal Sanders, a WQAM fan, have to say about WQAM.  They sum it up quite well.
Read Lee Abrams Read Lee Abrams Read Neal Sanders Read Neal Sanders
We are always looking for WQAM memorabilia, jingles, air checks, pictures or anything about WQAM. Please contact WQAM@560.com  to make arrangements to obtain copies or dubs of anything you may have for use on the site.