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Ed Vance Collection

 

WJOI was owned by "EZ Communications". This map shows the coverage area for the powerful station. Since signing on as WKJF in the 1950s, the transmitter has been located quite literally on the edge of Mt. Washington with 41,000 watts of power. (Click to enlarge photo.)

WJOI was owned by “EZ Communications”. This map shows the coverage area for the powerful station. Since signing on as WKJF in the 1950s, the transmitter has been located quite literally on the edge of Mt. Washington with 41,000 watts of power. (Click to enlarge photo.)

The complete description of WJOI's beautiful music format. (Click to enlarge photo.)

The complete description of WJOI’s beautiful music format. (Click to enlarge photo.)

Note the other stations listed on the bottom half of the card. (Click to enlarge photo.)

Note the other stations listed on the bottom half of the card. (Click to enlarge photo.)

The WJOI Gold Card. (Click for larger photo.)

The WJOI Gold Card. (Click for larger photo.)

A Ruby's Cleaner's garment cover.

A Ruby’s Cleaner’s garment cover.

Another garment cover. (Click to enlarge photo.)

Another garment cover. (Click to enlarge photo.)

WJOI billboard photo. (Click to enlarge photo.)

WJOI billboard photo. (Click to enlarge photo.)

An early B-94 (WBZZ) bumper sticker. (Click to enlarge photo.)

An early B-94 (WBZZ) bumper sticker.                                                 (Click to enlarge photo.)

The B-94 "Super Card" which replaced the WJOI Gold Card. (Click for larger photo.)

The B-94 “Super Card” which replaced the WJOI Gold Card. (Click for larger photo.)

A memo sheet for an employee of B-97 in New Orleans - the station B-94 was modeled after. Note the similarity in logo. Dani Valli, PD of B-97, was relocated to Pittsburgh to create the original B-94 sound. (Click for larger photo.)

A memo sheet for an employee of B-97 in New Orleans – the station B-94 was modeled after. Note the similarity in logo. Dani Valli, PD of B-97, was relocated to Pittsburgh to create the original B-94 sound. (Click for larger photo.)

A 1982 WSHH Billboard. The station was owned by Nationwide Broadcasting.

A 1982 WSHH Billboard. The station was owned by Nationwide Broadcasting.

WSHH letterhead under Nationwide ownership.

WSHH letterhead under Nationwide ownership.

A WSHH business card for Public Affairs Director (do they still have those?!) Toni Martin. As an aside, this particular WSHH logo remained on the front door and the upstairs interior entrance to the studio on Crane Ave. until the studios were moved in 1997.

A WSHH business card for Public Affairs Director (do they still have those?!) Toni Martin. As an aside, this particular WSHH logo remained on the front door and the upstairs interior entrance to the studio on Crane Ave. until the studios were moved in 1997.

Another WSHH business card.

Another WSHH business card.

 

WKTQ Business Card

WKTQ Business Card

13Q-1b-web

13Q Sound Survey

13Q Sound Survey

13Q Sound Survey

13Q-2b-web

13Q Sound Survey

13Q Sound Survey

13Q Sound Survey

13Q-3c-web

13Q Sound Survey

13Q Sound Survey

13Q Sound Survey

Sound Survey

Sound Survey

Sound Survey

Sound Survey

Sound Survey

Sound Survey

13Q Bumper Sticker

13Q Bumper Sticker

WKTQ/WSHH Studios in the Kossman Building, Downtown Pittsburgh

WKTQ/WSHH Studios in the Kossman Building, Downtown Pittsburgh

14K (KQV) Sticker Set. (1974)

14K (KQV) Sticker Set. (1974)

KQV Hit Parade

KQV Hit Parade

KQV Hit Parade with Bookcover offer

KQV Hit Parade with Bookcover offer

At the corner of "Walk and Don't Walk" (Seventh and Smithfield)  showing WDVE alongside KQV in the Chamber of Commerce Building, Downtown in December 1973.

At the corner of “Walk and Don’t Walk” (Seventh and Smithfield) showing WDVE alongside KQV in the Chamber of Commerce Building, Downtown in December 1973.

WJAS returns to 1320 after the WKTQ years.

WJAS returns to 1320 after the WKTQ years.

You could win!

You could win!

Did you have one?

Did you have one?

WJAS-2-2-final

Back of membership card.