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1947

Sullivan County's first radio stationWVOS:

The Voice of Sullivan County

makes its broadcast debut. 

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1954

WVOS Advertisement in

1954 Historical Media Journal

WVOS logo circa 1950s

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Photos From The Golden Age of WVOS

1950s & 1960's

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DJ & ANNOUNCER BILL BILLS

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DJ & ANNOUNCER GARY MORER

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DJ & ANNOUNCER JOHN HAIDAR

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MONTICELLO HIGH SCHOOL RADIO CLUB

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WVOS BROADCASTING ON LOCATION
FROM THE HEART OF THE BORSCHT BELT
'YOUNG'S GAP HOTEL' PARKSVILLE, NY

MUSICIANS PLAY LIVE ON WVOS

LOCAL TO INTERNATIONAL

WVOS News catches a major
scoop and takes to the airwaves with an exclusive blockbuster news story becoming the first media outlet to learn and report that the Woodstock Music & Art Fair, which had previously been rejected and canceled by its namesake, the town of Woodstock, NY; would instead, be welcomed and held right here in its own backyard, BETHEL, NY!

WVOS became the world's premiere hub for all Woodstock
related broadcasting news, music and crucial
information prior to, during and following
one of history’s most iconic events of music, art and culture.

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 EDDIE WILSON 
weekday mornings 
6 AM to 10 AM 

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SULLIVAN CATSKILLS GREATEST HITS

Guitar in Flames

HOTTEST HITS
HAPPEN HERE

 PAUL CILBERTO 
 4 PM  to 7PM  
WEEKDAYS 

 

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GREATEST HITS
USA
with Chuck Matthews
SUNDAY MORNINGS

7AM to 10AM

 

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 TICKET TO RIDE 
 with BOBBY NASH 
 10 AM   SUNDAYS 


 

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