Work Cited

Book

Sayer, Faye. “Media History – Radio History.” In her Public History: A Practical Guide, 156-160. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. 156-160.

Documentaries and video clip

Jingles CKLW. Adapt. Fansofjingles. Youtube.com. March 25, 2011. Accessed November 1, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT2KNiwxS6M. 

CKLW's 20/20 News Team. Adapt. CBS67. Youtube.com. September 3, 2007. Accessed November 1, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDCdbmwy9l8.

McNamara, Michael. Radio Revolution: Rise and fall of The Big 8. Performed by CKLW Radio Broadcasters. 2004. Canada: Markham Street Films & History Television, 2004. DVD.

Interview

Chinnery, Keith. Interview by Group Yellow, Oct 24, 2017.

Pamphlets, brochures, magazines, and other printed advertisement

Variety and Entertainment. Summer, 1932. CKLW Pamphlet, CKLW AM800, Windsor. Compiled by CKLW.

Feminine side of Radio. Summer 1935. CKLW Pamphlet, CKLW AM800, Windsor. Compiled by CKLW.

Diversity in Radio. Spring 1933. CKLW Pamphlet, CKLW AM800, Windsor. Compiled by CKLW.

Happy Joe's Early Morning Frolic. Fall 1932. CKLW Pamphlet, CKLW AM800, Windsor. Compiled by CKLW.

McNamara, Michael. Rosalie and Kiss. 2004. Radio Revolution: Rise and fall of The Big 8, CKLW, Windsor.

Mcnamara, Michael. Rosalie and Bob Seger. 2004. Radio Revolution: Rise and fall of The Big 8, CKLW, Windsor.

Mcnamara, Michael. Rosalie and Alice Cooper. 2004. Radio Revolution: Rise and fall of The Big 8, CKLW, Windsor.

CKLW. 1949.CKLW Now 50,000 watts: covers 198 counties in 5 states… Plus 24 counties in Canada.” Broadcasting, Aug 1, 1949, Detroit edition, 5.

CKLW. “CKLW to 50 KW: Special Show Marks Increase” Broadcasting, Sept 26, 1949. 55.

Graybar. “Graybar recommends AMPEX Tape Recorders” Broadcasting, Nov 14 1949. 47.

Presto. “Presto Recording Equipment” Broadcasting, Sept 13, 1948. 89.

“Eliminate production and programming problems with tape!” Broadcasting. April 2, 1951. 45.

Presto. “Anything you can do on tape do better on the new Presto 800” Broadcasting. Nov 17, 1958. 91.

Harris, Jack. “True Story of the Famous WSM Grand Ole Opry” Rural Radio Vol. 1 No.10 (November, 1938) p.4-5.

WJR. “The Goodwill Station: NOW! 50,000 Watts” Broadcasting. Oct 1 1935. 5.

WDGY. “50,000 Watts: The New WDGY, The Northwest Empire Station” Broadcasting. Aug 14, 1950. 109.

CKLW. “Covering a 17,000,000 Population Area in 5 States.” Broadcasting. Aug 14, 1950. 116.

KGA. “Radio Spokane, KGA: 50,000 watts of Protected Persuasive Power that Completely Covers the Billion Dollar Spokane Market” Broadcasting. August 15, 1949. 198.

WLAW. “WLAW: New England’s Big Powerful Station Delivers the Goods with its 50,000 watts.” Broadcasting. Aug 14, 1950. 109.

Windsor’s New Broadcast House: 40 years of service, 1932-1972. Windsor, ON: CKLW, 1972.

CKLW: At Your Service 22 Hours A Day. Windsor, ON: CKLW, 1946.

Photos and Images

Picture of the Detroit Riot showing a police officer searching a man. Digital image. 1967 Detroit riots, 'resistance' then and now. July 23, 2017. Accessed October 1, 2017.http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2017/07/1967-detroit-riots-resistance-170723182837596.html.

Picture of Detroit from the air showing smoke rising from the burning city during the Detroit riot. Digital image. Scars Still Run Deep In Motor City 50 Years After Detroit Riots. July 24, 2017. Accessed October 1, 2017. http://www.npr.org/2017/07/24/538996771/scars-still-run-deep-in-motor-city-50-years-after-detroit-riots.

"Martha and the Vandellas." Digital image. BBC Music. August 8, 2015. Accessed October 21, 2017. https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/artists/9d1bc10a-24fe-4b41-8338-ea92d8101a09.

An image of Dick Smyth in 1972 at CHUM Radio. Digital image. MIKE CLEAVER'S RADIO HISTORY. June 16, 2010. Accessed October 11, 2017. http://mikecleaver.blogspot.ca/2010/06/my-fourth-radio-station-1050-chum.html.

Bill Drake, 1971. Digital image. Motor City Radio Flashbacks. August 22, 2017. Accessed October 1, 2017. https://i1.wp.com/www.mcrfb.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/CKLW.-Jocks-1968.jpg.

The CKLW-AM Official 'Big Eight' Jocks For 1968, 1968. Digital image. Motor City Radio Flashbacks. January 29th 2016. Accessed October 31, 2017. http://www.mcrfb.com/?p=56304.

CKLW radio range. Digital image. 800 CKLW Radio Coverage Map. October 2, 2007. Accessed October 12, 2017. http://www.flickriver.com/photos/stevesobczuk/1472158199/.

"Broadcast Clock." Digital image. The Broadcast Clock, the Diagram That Rules Public Radio. September 12, 2013. Accessed October 1, 2017. http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_eye/2013/09/12/_99_invisible_on_npr_s_broadcast_clock_the_diagram_that_rules_public_radio.html.

The nation’s first female (CKLW) helicopter traffic reporter Jo Jo Shutty." 1971. Motor City Radio Flashbacks. Oct. 28th 2017. https://i1.wp.com/www.mcrfb.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CKLW-Jo-Jo-Shutty-1971.jpg

“Looking north along Ouellette Avenue at the intersection of Wyandotte Street.” 1938. Walkerville Times Collection. Oct. 28th 2017. http://swoda.uwindsor.ca/sites/default/files/imagecache/ThickBoxView/downtownWindsor.jpg

Radio Transcripts

CKLW, National Tomato Festival. 1953. Radio Transcript. CKLW/Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

CKLW, “Recollections of Old Time Windsor.” 1956. Radio Transcript. CKLW/ Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

CKLW, Rise and Fall of Trolley Car. 1958. Radio Transcript. CKLW/Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

CKLW, “The Future of the Seaway.” 1959. Radio Transcript. CKLW/ Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

CKLW, “Detroit River Railroad Tunnel.” 1960. Radio Transcript. CKLW/ Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017). 

CKLW, “A Brief History of Windsor. 1960. Radio Transcript. CKLW/ Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

CKLW, “Amherstburg in the War of 1812.” 1962. Radio Transcript. CKLW/ Essex County Tourist Association. From the University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

CKLW, Pontiac, the Ottawa Chief. 1963. Radio Transcript. CKLW/Essex County Tourist Association. From University of Windsor: Leddy Library Archives, CKLW Radio Transcripts, 1953-1963. (Accessed November 7, 2017).

Webpages

“CKLW-AM.” History of Canadian Broadcasting: Canadian Communications Foundation. Accessed Oct 31, 2017. http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listing_and_histories/radio/cklw-am.

“Introduction to The Classic CKLW Page.” The Classic CKLW Page. Accessed Oct 30, 2017. http://www.thebig8.net/intro.html.

"CT 30 CKLW Chart Pages. " ct30.com. Accessed Nov 1, 2017. http://www.ct30.com/big30.