Note to all history buffs:
There are two websites that can *somewhat* track histories of radio stations' call letter changes, facilities & such (but for the most part, not formats---sorry):
One is www.amlogbook.com
, where past Vane Jones directories reside as .pdf files. (DavidEduardo supplied most, if not all, the info on the Jones books.)
The other is an archive of the Miami News dating beck to *before* radio. This site comes courtesy of the Palm Beach Post online:http://www2.palmbeachpost.com/archives/google_archive/search.php?searchTerms=miami+news&submit.x=37&submit.y=13
It is not easy to navigate...one must click on a headline and then "scroll" back and forth to what one wants to see; also, no printing capabilities, unless you point a digital camera at the screen....but, many TV-Radio pages feature logos of the past, radio programming (when it still mattered), ads, etc.
Just remember the sources....