50 Memories In 50 Days
Remembering Years and Years of Wearing Green in Seaside Heights [50 Memories in 50 Days]
This year will be even more special as we celebrate WOBM's 50th Anniversary while also celebrating all things green at Klee's Bar & Grill in Seaside Heights!
Take A Peek At Part Of A 1980s WOBM Press Kit [50 Memories in 50 Days]
Long before Power Point, color graphics, and email, here are just a few pages of what potential clients would see when we pitched WOBM!
34 Years Of The WOBM Christmas Classic [50 Memories in 50 Days]
In today's 50 Memories in 50 Days, Kevin Williams looks back on the founding of the WOBM Christmas Classic!
The Radio Journey Of WOBM’s Kid Movie Critic [50 Memories in 50 Days]
WOBM's original kid movie critic, Joe Hyer, looks back on how he went from a kid on the radio to a career in broadcasting thanks to WOBM!
WOBM’s Tower: Rising High Above Bayville Since 1968 [50 Memories in 50 Days]
Rising high above the Ocean County landscape, in today's 50 Memories in 50 Days, WOBM Chief Engineer Tom Trembly looks back at our landmark Bayville tower!
Honoring 92.7 WOBM’s NJBA Hall of Famers [50 Memories in 50 Days]
Some listeners may not be aware that there is actually a Hall of Fame dedicated to New Jersey radio. There certainly is, and 92.7 WOBM is proud to be the home of 2 active members of it!
My Favorite 50 Photos of the Last 15 Years [50 Memories in 50 Days]
Here are my Top 50 pictures in the last 15 years as we celebrate 50 Years at WOBM.
Shawn’s WOBM Kids! Vintage Recordings from Nearly 20 Years Ago [50 Memories in 50 Days]
This blog for our "50 Memories in 50 Days" has a very special place in my heart, because it features my WOBM kids!
50 Years Of News: From The Teletype To The Internet [50 Memories in 50 Days]
In today's 50 Memories in 50 Days we look back on how news was gathered when we went on the air in 1968, with the teletype as compared to today's Internet wire.
The 4-Way Battle To Build WOBM [50 Memories In 50 Days]
In today's 50 Memories in 50 Days, WOBM Chief Engineer Tom Trembly takes a look back at the 4-way battle to build WOBM in the early 1960s: