• KOMA Oklahoma City Jan 5 1964 restored audio

    This aircheck was originally posted on YouTube by Ryan Scriver, whose description reads; “recorded on to reel to reel off the radio in South Shore, South Dakota on January 5 1964” In its original form, frequent signal drops render it largely unlistenable. Not one song is spared the wrath of static, signal pollution and volume drops. Nonetheless, the original aircheck is amazing, as it was surely recorded during daytime hours under less than optimal ionospheric conditions. For KOMA's signal to reach South Shore, S.D. Located in the northeastern corner of the state, near the Minnesota border, wasn't out of the ordinary. KOMA had a tremendous reach with its directional antenna array and 50,000 watt transmitter. To do so during the day, was in fact quite impressive. Music and radio were bot...

    published: 16 Aug 2015
  • Out There Radio - Episode 209: Oklahoma City Bombing Conspiracy - April 9, 2007

    In this episode, we revisit the Oklahoma City bombing. Find out the real story behind the second deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil, as we attempt to bring together a clear picture of the bombing though a unique combination of sources. In Out There news, we discuss alien technology news from France and Canada, and Austin warns us about a new scourge in eastern Europe. Beware of vampire politicians, in this installment of Out There. Author: Raymond Wiley Raymond Wiley is a producer, writer, and publicist based in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the author of The Georgia Guidestones: America's Most Mysterious Monument. Out There Radio is a weekly audio journey into the world of the occult, conspiracy, counterculture, and the bizarre undercurrents of the human psyche. More from Out There ...

    published: 26 May 2017
  • Oklahoma City FM Radio Stations

    Oklahoma City FM Radio Stations

    published: 22 May 2014
  • KOMA Radio Broadcast Oklahoma January 5, 1964

    recorded on to reel to reel off the radio in South Shore, South Dakota on January 5, 1964.

    published: 08 Sep 2014
  • Oklahoma City AM Radio Stations

    Oklahoma City AM Radio Stations

    published: 23 May 2014
  • Red City Radio @ Blue Note Oklahoma City, OK 10-20-17 4k

    Another great show by Red City Radio, this one on their home turf in OKC. You can check em out here https://www.redcityradio.net/ or here https://www.facebook.com/redcityradio/

    published: 22 Oct 2017
  • WKY Radio Oklahoma City Commercial

    Here is a portion of a TV commercial for WKY radio in Oklahoma City. It ran in 1989

    published: 03 Aug 2008
  • Sage of Quay Radio - Cody Snodgres - Black Ops, Oklahoma City and the CIA (Dec 2017)

    Tonight our guest is former independent Black Ops Contractor Cody Snodgres. Cody was in the Black Ops business for over 20 years and claims he was offered $1,000,000 by the CIA to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. The conversation with Cody was wide ranging as he offers his personal experiences and insights into a world that very few people understand or can openly talk about. I’m sure you will find the information fascinating as we get a peek behind the CIA curtain. * Contact Cody (CD/Book): CodyGoldenElk@yahoo.com * Intelligence Identities Protection Act: https://tinyurl.com/y8p94dgs * OK City Bombing - The Truth As Reported When It Happened: https://tinyurl.com/yaml7qxh * Please support Sage of Quay Radio on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sageofquay * Sage of Q...

    published: 14 Dec 2017
  • KOMA 1520 Oklahoma City - Charlie Tuna - 1966

    KOMA 1520 Oklahoma City - Charlie Tuna - 1966

    published: 29 Jul 2013
  • Ronnie Kaye

    From KOMA radio biography: The Ronnie Kaye story began in a sleepy town in southeast Missouri. Growing up in Cooter was probably not much different than growing up in most small towns in the America in the 40's and 50's. His dad was the town pharmacist and his mom was a piano teacher at Cooter High School. Between church, school, and home, Ronnie was always surrounded by music. When the high school presented a play or show, Ronnie was always a part of it. By high school, he was studying to become a concert pianist, performing recitals of Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven. At the same time, he was hearing radio stations in Memphis play Perkins, Presley, and Chuck Berry. Ronnie's high school superintendent, Mr. J.E. Godwin, sensed that he liked the business and suggested that Ronnie do play-by-p...

    published: 21 Apr 2012
  • The "Boogie Man" KKLR-FM 97.7 Oklahoma City 5/7/16 RADIO AIRCHECK

    The call letters now reside in Poplar Bluff, MIssouri - but back in 1986 they were at 97.7FM in Oklahoma CIty, Oklahoma. The format back then was Classic Oldies, and manning the mic was Lester Michaels, better known as the "Boogie Man." Enjoy this classic tape from over 30 years ago as "The Boog" cranks outs some of Top 40's best music.

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • Oklahoma City Radio Station Uses Laptop Instead of Tower

    Oklahoma City's newest radio station is rather unique.  You can't get it on AM or FM, and it's broadcast out of a garage with a laptop computer.

    published: 03 Jun 2010
  • Oklahoma City Drone Footage

    Sights around Oklahoma City, including the capitol, Boat House District, and downtown

    published: 20 Nov 2016
  • Folio and DJ Matt Lindsey on KATT Radio Oklahoma City on the Ferris O'brien Show "Spy Radio"

    We've just finished the first show of our Spring 'Discover America' tour. It is freezing cold in Oklahoma City and we were all unprepared for the weather, but we're having a blast despite this setback. We rolled into town last night just after ten o'clock and met up with our co-headliner of the tour, DJ Matt Lindsey (www.myspace.com/djmattlindsey.) After a brief hello with Anne, the proprietor of Kamp's deli and our host for the weekend, we underwent some much needed hygiene and dashed off to the studio of local radio station KATT 100.5 to do an on-air interview to promote the show. We were the guests of DJ Ferris O'Brien, who does a electro/indie show called Spy Radio Thursday nights at midnight. During last year's radio campaign, Ferris played several tracks from Great Divide on his s...

    published: 01 Apr 2009
  • KENNEDY-ERA NEWS CAPSULE: 4/2/62 (WKY-RADIO; OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA)

    MORE NEWSCASTS: http://DVP-Video-Audio-Archive.blogspot.com/2013/10/kennedy-era-news-capsules.html

    published: 17 Mar 2015
  • 4.12.17 Radio Interview on Black Business in Oklahoma City Audio Only

    published: 13 Apr 2017
  • TV on the Radio "A Method" Live in Oklahoma City

    TV on the Radio performing "A Method" at the Diamond Ballroom in OKC, joined by members of opening band LIttle Dragons

    published: 19 May 2009
  • Oklahoma City Drone Video

    Some video of different locations around Oklahoma City where I live shot using DJI Phantom 3! music by Scott Holmes

    published: 07 May 2017
  • Coverage of 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing Apr 1995

    A complilation of news clips from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Most is from CNN, and a lot of it is press conferences with Senior White House officials. However, OKC bombing coverage is REALLY hard to find for some reason.

    published: 23 Jun 2016
  • Oklahoma City Drone Video 2017

    Oklahoma City Drone Video 2017

    published: 04 Dec 2017
  • KAEZ 107.7 Oklahoma City, OK Part 1 1982

    Here's some old school radio back in the day in 1982 from R&B station KAEZ 107.7 (EZ-107) in Oklahoma City, OK (The station today is now Classic Rock KRXO). The station back then had a very obscure mix of R&B, Jazz & Blues and played less of the hit songs that were out back then. Of course the audio is not that great, the first part of the aircheck features part of a local Saturday afternoon countdown the station use to air (And probably the only time the station sounded straight ahead R&B) Some of the tunes feature part of Kleeer's "De Ting Continues", followed by Jeff Lorber's "Full Moon", then some DJ banter & part of a commercial break. Then it's a Make It Or Break It segment where listeners call in and vote on a song. The DJ never mentions the name of the artist or group of the dur...

    published: 12 Sep 2010
  • Oklahoma City Myriad Botanical Gardens Aerial Video

    Visit http://www.MTBOXMEDIA.com and book a consult! Awesome Music: Clozinger - Kara Sou https://soundcloud.com/clozinger Buy their music at https://clozinger.bandcamp.com/

    published: 13 Sep 2016
  • KOKF 91FM Oklahoma City (90.9 now Air1) Radio Aircheck - 1998

    Video aircheck of afternoon host Dave Meyers and producer Josh Gibson on "Hit Music Radio 91FM" or 90.9FM. Recorded June 2, 1998.

    published: 10 Dec 2014
  • Element radio interview on the KATT 100.5 fm Oklahoma City

    ELEMENT Radio Interview on 100.5 fm the KATT - Oklahoma City. April 10, 2014. Next Show is April 19 at City Limits in OKC with META, Aurora Sky, Big Okie Doom, And Rev Jones. Call Gary Becker for tickets or Ticketstorm.com http://www.facebook.com/element5okc http://www.reverbnation.com/element5 Purchase the full length 5 album here with four unreleased bonus tracks: https://www.createspace.com/2231120

    published: 12 Apr 2014
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KOMA Oklahoma City  Jan  5 1964 restored audio
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KOMA Oklahoma City Jan 5 1964 restored audio

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  • Updated: 16 Aug 2015
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This aircheck was originally posted on YouTube by Ryan Scriver, whose description reads; “recorded on to reel to reel off the radio in South Shore, South Dakota on January 5 1964” In its original form, frequent signal drops render it largely unlistenable. Not one song is spared the wrath of static, signal pollution and volume drops. Nonetheless, the original aircheck is amazing, as it was surely recorded during daytime hours under less than optimal ionospheric conditions. For KOMA's signal to reach South Shore, S.D. Located in the northeastern corner of the state, near the Minnesota border, wasn't out of the ordinary. KOMA had a tremendous reach with its directional antenna array and 50,000 watt transmitter. To do so during the day, was in fact quite impressive. Music and radio were both undergoing a number of changes in 1958 when Storz Broadcasting Co. bought KOMA, Todd Storz, owner of Storz Broadcasting, was of course the man who invented the “Top 40” radio concept. He introduced the same format at KOMA that he had used at all Storz stations, though two other OKC stations beat KOMA to the Top 40 format, (KOCY and WKY) leaving KOMA the odd man out. In 1961 KOMA went to a totally automated format. This January 5th. Aircheck in all likelihood captures an early moment during KOMA's return to “live” programming, which would have taken place on or about New Year's Day 1964. Drake-Chenault's “Boss Radio” format killed off this type of radio shows. Storz stations did follow a format, but as you can tell by this aircheck, things got a little loosey goosey at times. It's a Tuesday, pre-Beatles, British Invasion. It's elephant joke day and Don McGregor, like most KOMA disc jockeys is hitting his cues like clockwork, even as he stumbles with some of the jokes sent in by listeners. “How do you make an elephant float?.... a can of soda and two scoops of ice cream.” It's corny as hell, but after all it's Oklahoma, not Southern California. The song selection is an eclectic mix of soul, ballads and rockers... a little something for everyone in less than thirty minutes. I restored all the music and as much of the deejay banter that I could, I cut two commercials that ran way too long (one for an appetite suppressant that wouldn't air today) In all there were about three minutes of air time that weren't salvageable. This aircheck captures a rather sedate and milquetoast period in the station's history. KOMA wouldn't really hit its stride until the following year, with its classic period coming between 1968-72.
https://wn.com/Koma_Oklahoma_City_Jan_5_1964_Restored_Audio
Out There Radio - Episode 209: Oklahoma City Bombing Conspiracy - April 9, 2007
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Out There Radio - Episode 209: Oklahoma City Bombing Conspiracy - April 9, 2007

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  • Updated: 26 May 2017
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In this episode, we revisit the Oklahoma City bombing. Find out the real story behind the second deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil, as we attempt to bring together a clear picture of the bombing though a unique combination of sources. In Out There news, we discuss alien technology news from France and Canada, and Austin warns us about a new scourge in eastern Europe. Beware of vampire politicians, in this installment of Out There. Author: Raymond Wiley Raymond Wiley is a producer, writer, and publicist based in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the author of The Georgia Guidestones: America's Most Mysterious Monument. Out There Radio is a weekly audio journey into the world of the occult, conspiracy, counterculture, and the bizarre undercurrents of the human psyche. More from Out There Radio @ http://outthereradio.net Subscribe to Out There Video Podcast @ https://www.youtube.com/user/OutThereVideoPodcast
https://wn.com/Out_There_Radio_Episode_209_Oklahoma_City_Bombing_Conspiracy_April_9,_2007
Oklahoma City FM Radio Stations
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Oklahoma City FM Radio Stations

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  • Updated: 22 May 2014
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KOMA Radio Broadcast Oklahoma January  5, 1964
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KOMA Radio Broadcast Oklahoma January 5, 1964

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recorded on to reel to reel off the radio in South Shore, South Dakota on January 5, 1964.
https://wn.com/Koma_Radio_Broadcast_Oklahoma_January_5,_1964
Oklahoma City AM Radio Stations
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Oklahoma City AM Radio Stations

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  • Updated: 23 May 2014
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Red City Radio @ Blue Note Oklahoma City, OK 10-20-17 4k
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Red City Radio @ Blue Note Oklahoma City, OK 10-20-17 4k

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Another great show by Red City Radio, this one on their home turf in OKC. You can check em out here https://www.redcityradio.net/ or here https://www.facebook.com/redcityradio/
https://wn.com/Red_City_Radio_Blue_Note_Oklahoma_City,_Ok_10_20_17_4K
WKY Radio Oklahoma City Commercial
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WKY Radio Oklahoma City Commercial

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Here is a portion of a TV commercial for WKY radio in Oklahoma City. It ran in 1989
https://wn.com/Wky_Radio_Oklahoma_City_Commercial
Sage of Quay Radio - Cody Snodgres - Black Ops, Oklahoma City and the CIA (Dec 2017)
1:53:41

Sage of Quay Radio - Cody Snodgres - Black Ops, Oklahoma City and the CIA (Dec 2017)

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  • Updated: 14 Dec 2017
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Tonight our guest is former independent Black Ops Contractor Cody Snodgres. Cody was in the Black Ops business for over 20 years and claims he was offered $1,000,000 by the CIA to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. The conversation with Cody was wide ranging as he offers his personal experiences and insights into a world that very few people understand or can openly talk about. I’m sure you will find the information fascinating as we get a peek behind the CIA curtain. * Contact Cody (CD/Book): CodyGoldenElk@yahoo.com * Intelligence Identities Protection Act: https://tinyurl.com/y8p94dgs * OK City Bombing - The Truth As Reported When It Happened: https://tinyurl.com/yaml7qxh * Please support Sage of Quay Radio on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sageofquay * Sage of Quay Hub Website: http://www.sageofquay.com/ DISCLAIMER and TERMS All Sage of Quay Radio Hour shows and interviews are copyrighted. No portion of this presentation or any Sage of Quay Radio Hour show may be used, reproduced, altered or uploaded in part or whole without the expressed written consent of Mike Williams. The views and opinions expressed by any guest featured on The Sage of Quay Radio Hour are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of the host Mike Williams or of The Sage of Quay Radio Hour as a whole. All content provided on The Sage of Quay Radio Hour is for informational purposes only. We make no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information discussed or presented during the show or found by following any link mentioned in the broadcast or in the show notes. Any and all images used in this video or any other Sage of Quay Radio Hour presentation are considered to be in the public domain, free to use, royalty free material we have licensed or in compliance with the Fair Use Clause contained within the Copyright Act (17 US Code § 107). If by chance this is not the case and you are the rightful owner please contact us at sageofquay@aol.com. The song 'Truth' is from Mike's album Leaving Dystopia http://www.laboroflovemusic.com/ © 2012 M. Williams - All Rights Reserved
https://wn.com/Sage_Of_Quay_Radio_Cody_Snodgres_Black_Ops,_Oklahoma_City_And_The_Cia_(Dec_2017)
KOMA 1520 Oklahoma City - Charlie Tuna - 1966
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KOMA 1520 Oklahoma City - Charlie Tuna - 1966

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  • Updated: 29 Jul 2013
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Ronnie Kaye
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Ronnie Kaye

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  • Updated: 21 Apr 2012
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From KOMA radio biography: The Ronnie Kaye story began in a sleepy town in southeast Missouri. Growing up in Cooter was probably not much different than growing up in most small towns in the America in the 40's and 50's. His dad was the town pharmacist and his mom was a piano teacher at Cooter High School. Between church, school, and home, Ronnie was always surrounded by music. When the high school presented a play or show, Ronnie was always a part of it. By high school, he was studying to become a concert pianist, performing recitals of Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven. At the same time, he was hearing radio stations in Memphis play Perkins, Presley, and Chuck Berry. Ronnie's high school superintendent, Mr. J.E. Godwin, sensed that he liked the business and suggested that Ronnie do play-by-play of the county high school basketball tournament on KLCN in Blytheville, Arkansas. The manager liked the idea and Ronnie's career was off and running. After graduation from high school in 1955, Ronnie attended Memphis State University and hitch-hiked home every weekend to do a radio show on KLCN. Suddenly in the music Mecca of Memphis, surrounded by some of the best radio people in America, he began to realize that his choice of radio was a good one. In 1960 his first real offer came from Don Hodges, with whom he had worked in Blytheville. Without hesitation, Ronnie packed up his new wife and baby and headed to Lawton, Oklahoma to take the job at KSWO. After working in Lawton for six months, he made the pivotal move of his career. It took many phone calls and a lot of rejection, but finally Danny Williams said "yes" and offered him a job on WKY in Oklahoma City. Late in the 60's, Ronnie asked for the opportunity to produce and host a local teen dance show on Channel 4 that catapulted his career to new heights. "The Scene" aired at 12:30 on Saturdays on WKY-TV (now KFOR.) The show featured local kids dancing and national artists performing. Ronnie found himself transporting people like Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, James Brown, and Smokey Robinson from the Skirvin downtown to the studios on Britton Rd. For eight years, the show was syndicated in 10 markets in the southwestern United States including California and Texas. In 1980, Ronnie left radio and went to KOKH-TV where he served as News and Public Service Director for eleven years. By 1991, the baby boomers from the 60's and 70's were musically ready to return to the times when things were a bit more simple and life was a little less demanding. Oldies radio was beginning to show great promise, especially for a radio station that had pioneered the Top Forty format from the beginning: 50,000 watt KOMA. He went to work there and has been a principal player in the success of the station ever since. "I'd like to think I was a part of that success. And after some 40-plus years in the business, the job remains fresh, exciting and always challenging. The people at KOMA are making this the most fun-filled part of my life." Ronnie was inducted into the Oklahoma Broadcasters Hall of Fame along with Paul Harvey, Bob Braun of CBS News, the legendary Will Rogers, and the Singing Cowboy, Gene Autry. "I once saw a large mouth bass stuffed and mounted by a taxidermy with a caption that read, 'If I'd kept my mouth shut,, I wouldn't be here now,' Well the same goes for me and radio. But I'm glad to say that I just never kept my mouth shut."
https://wn.com/Ronnie_Kaye
The "Boogie Man" KKLR-FM 97.7 Oklahoma City 5/7/16 RADIO AIRCHECK
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The "Boogie Man" KKLR-FM 97.7 Oklahoma City 5/7/16 RADIO AIRCHECK

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The call letters now reside in Poplar Bluff, MIssouri - but back in 1986 they were at 97.7FM in Oklahoma CIty, Oklahoma. The format back then was Classic Oldies, and manning the mic was Lester Michaels, better known as the "Boogie Man." Enjoy this classic tape from over 30 years ago as "The Boog" cranks outs some of Top 40's best music.
https://wn.com/The_Boogie_Man_Kklr_Fm_97.7_Oklahoma_City_5_7_16_Radio_Aircheck
Oklahoma City Radio Station Uses Laptop Instead of Tower
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Oklahoma City Radio Station Uses Laptop Instead of Tower

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Oklahoma City's newest radio station is rather unique.  You can't get it on AM or FM, and it's broadcast out of a garage with a laptop computer.
https://wn.com/Oklahoma_City_Radio_Station_Uses_Laptop_Instead_Of_Tower
Oklahoma City Drone Footage
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Oklahoma City Drone Footage

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Sights around Oklahoma City, including the capitol, Boat House District, and downtown
https://wn.com/Oklahoma_City_Drone_Footage
Folio and DJ Matt Lindsey on KATT Radio Oklahoma City on the Ferris O'brien Show "Spy Radio"
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Folio and DJ Matt Lindsey on KATT Radio Oklahoma City on the Ferris O'brien Show "Spy Radio"

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We've just finished the first show of our Spring 'Discover America' tour. It is freezing cold in Oklahoma City and we were all unprepared for the weather, but we're having a blast despite this setback. We rolled into town last night just after ten o'clock and met up with our co-headliner of the tour, DJ Matt Lindsey (www.myspace.com/djmattlindsey.) After a brief hello with Anne, the proprietor of Kamp's deli and our host for the weekend, we underwent some much needed hygiene and dashed off to the studio of local radio station KATT 100.5 to do an on-air interview to promote the show. We were the guests of DJ Ferris O'Brien, who does a electro/indie show called Spy Radio Thursday nights at midnight. During last year's radio campaign, Ferris played several tracks from Great Divide on his show, and has been a great supporter of Folio. It was a blast to finally meet him in person and we hope to be back here on his show again soon. Long about 2:30 in the morning, we finally got to sleep. When we finally roused ourselves from slumber, it was time to get back to work. But not without first having a delicious lunch at Kamp's deli. By the time we had set-up and sound-checked, the doors were open and a torrent of adolescence had amassed on the dance-floor. While the majority of the bands who performed with us were from disparate genres, we met a plethora of great people, and everyone was very accommodating. Matt Lindsey spun some great remixes of the likes of The Ting Tings, and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. in between bands. As far as our set went, it was not without it's rough spots. But it was better than expected for our first time performing in quite a while!!!! And we're all very excited to see the evolution of our live show throughout the tour and into SXSW. Hopefully, there will be some new pictures with us and our new friends posted soon. In the meantime, it is nearly three in the morning, and I've had enough Miller Light to kill Somalia, so it's time to go to bed!
https://wn.com/Folio_And_Dj_Matt_Lindsey_On_Katt_Radio_Oklahoma_City_On_The_Ferris_O'Brien_Show_Spy_Radio
KENNEDY-ERA NEWS CAPSULE: 4/2/62 (WKY-RADIO; OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA)
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KENNEDY-ERA NEWS CAPSULE: 4/2/62 (WKY-RADIO; OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA)

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MORE NEWSCASTS: http://DVP-Video-Audio-Archive.blogspot.com/2013/10/kennedy-era-news-capsules.html
https://wn.com/Kennedy_Era_News_Capsule_4_2_62_(Wky_Radio_Oklahoma_City,_Oklahoma)
4.12.17 Radio Interview on Black Business in Oklahoma City Audio Only
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4.12.17 Radio Interview on Black Business in Oklahoma City Audio Only

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2017
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https://wn.com/4.12.17_Radio_Interview_On_Black_Business_In_Oklahoma_City_Audio_Only
TV on the Radio "A Method" Live in Oklahoma City
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TV on the Radio "A Method" Live in Oklahoma City

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  • Updated: 19 May 2009
  • views: 441
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TV on the Radio performing "A Method" at the Diamond Ballroom in OKC, joined by members of opening band LIttle Dragons
https://wn.com/Tv_On_The_Radio_A_Method_Live_In_Oklahoma_City
Oklahoma City Drone Video
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Oklahoma City Drone Video

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Some video of different locations around Oklahoma City where I live shot using DJI Phantom 3! music by Scott Holmes
https://wn.com/Oklahoma_City_Drone_Video
Coverage of 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing Apr 1995
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Coverage of 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing Apr 1995

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  • Updated: 23 Jun 2016
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A complilation of news clips from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Most is from CNN, and a lot of it is press conferences with Senior White House officials. However, OKC bombing coverage is REALLY hard to find for some reason.
https://wn.com/Coverage_Of_1995_Oklahoma_City_Bombing_Apr_1995
Oklahoma City Drone Video 2017
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Oklahoma City Drone Video 2017

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  • Updated: 04 Dec 2017
  • views: 155
videos https://wn.com/Oklahoma_City_Drone_Video_2017
KAEZ 107.7 Oklahoma City, OK Part 1 1982
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KAEZ 107.7 Oklahoma City, OK Part 1 1982

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  • Updated: 12 Sep 2010
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Here's some old school radio back in the day in 1982 from R&B station KAEZ 107.7 (EZ-107) in Oklahoma City, OK (The station today is now Classic Rock KRXO). The station back then had a very obscure mix of R&B, Jazz & Blues and played less of the hit songs that were out back then. Of course the audio is not that great, the first part of the aircheck features part of a local Saturday afternoon countdown the station use to air (And probably the only time the station sounded straight ahead R&B) Some of the tunes feature part of Kleeer's "De Ting Continues", followed by Jeff Lorber's "Full Moon", then some DJ banter & part of a commercial break. Then it's a Make It Or Break It segment where listeners call in and vote on a song. The DJ never mentions the name of the artist or group of the during that segment, just the lyrics in the song say "Bring Back That Burnin' Love" Does anyone know the name of the song? I'll have part 2 coming real soon.
https://wn.com/Kaez_107.7_Oklahoma_City,_Ok_Part_1_1982
Oklahoma City Myriad Botanical Gardens Aerial Video
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Oklahoma City Myriad Botanical Gardens Aerial Video

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  • Updated: 13 Sep 2016
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Visit http://www.MTBOXMEDIA.com and book a consult! Awesome Music: Clozinger - Kara Sou https://soundcloud.com/clozinger Buy their music at https://clozinger.bandcamp.com/
https://wn.com/Oklahoma_City_Myriad_Botanical_Gardens_Aerial_Video
KOKF 91FM Oklahoma City (90.9 now Air1) Radio Aircheck - 1998
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KOKF 91FM Oklahoma City (90.9 now Air1) Radio Aircheck - 1998

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Video aircheck of afternoon host Dave Meyers and producer Josh Gibson on "Hit Music Radio 91FM" or 90.9FM. Recorded June 2, 1998.
https://wn.com/Kokf_91Fm_Oklahoma_City_(90.9_Now_Air1)_Radio_Aircheck_1998
Element radio interview on the KATT 100.5 fm Oklahoma City
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Element radio interview on the KATT 100.5 fm Oklahoma City

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  • Updated: 12 Apr 2014
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ELEMENT Radio Interview on 100.5 fm the KATT - Oklahoma City. April 10, 2014. Next Show is April 19 at City Limits in OKC with META, Aurora Sky, Big Okie Doom, And Rev Jones. Call Gary Becker for tickets or Ticketstorm.com http://www.facebook.com/element5okc http://www.reverbnation.com/element5 Purchase the full length 5 album here with four unreleased bonus tracks: https://www.createspace.com/2231120
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