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  WQXR FM 96.3 - radio station in New York City, New York USA covering New York City local news at Mondo Times
WQXR FM 96.3 is a radio station in New York City, New York, USA covering general news.
WQXR also features regular news, analysis and commentary from correspondents of The New York Times.
No WQXR FM 96.3 comments have been provided.
www.mondotimes.com /1/world/us/32/1861/4390   (0 words)

 Oberlin Musicians Featured on WQXR
Springtime in New York for Oberlin Musicians Featured on WQXR's Young Artists Showcase
A mere five days after the vernal equinox, radio listeners in New York's tri-state area (and those worldwide on wqxr.com) will hear the fresh sounds of music from Oberlin when The McGraw Hill Young Artists Showcase features students from the Conservatory.
WQXR is the classical music radio station of The New York Times.
www.oberlin.edu /con/bkstage/200303/spring_wqxr.html   (204 words)

 Home: WQXR
WQXR is pleased to commemorate Naxos' 20th Anniversary!
WQXR's Annie Bergen talks with George Beylerian, a pioneer in bringing advanced European design to America.
96.3FM WQXR is proud to be a media partner of the Orchestra of St. Luke’s 2007-2008 Season.
www.wqxr.com /listen.html   (0 words)

  Home: WQXR
WQXR is proud of our association with the Monaco Government Tourist Office and is helping celebrate with a wonderful trip giveaway and special programming.
WQXR invites you to attend the Orchestra of St. Luke’s “Notable Women: A Celebration of Women Composers,” June 2—17 at Chelsea Art Museum and Dia:Beacon.
WQXR is delighted to collaborate with FlyGlobespan to bring listeners the opportunity to win a pair of roundtrip tickets to England.
wqxr.com   (802 words)

  WQXR - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
WQXR is a radio station that broadcasts from New York City on 96.3 MHz FM, and is America's most listened-to classical music station.
The founder of WQXR, John Vincent Lawless Hogan, was one of the abundant number of pioneers of video transmission via radio waves in the late 1920s.
WQXR maintained its AM station until 1992, when the AM station became WQEW, "The Home Of American Popular Standards," (still owned by the Times).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/WQXR   (537 words)

 Radio Ink - The Voice of Radio Revolution
WQXR FM, the classical music station of The New York Times Company, produced and aired — on Thursday, September 20th — a live broadcast of The New York Philharmonic’s fundraising performance of Brahms's German Requiem for World Trade Center disaster relief.
WQXR granted the request of New York public radio station WNYC-FM to broadcast the concert in an unprecedented sharing of programming.
WQXR, whose listeners are avid theatergoers, is donating the airtime for this initiative.
www.radioink.com /HeadlineEntry.asp?hid=60896&pt=archive   (303 words)

 WQXR News - Historical Profile - 1978
WQXR (AM and FM) is one of two commercial classical operations in the city.
WQXR News Format - News format from a typical Fall morning, 1978.
WQXR and NYC stations in the 1964 New York City Blackout - A recreation from Broadcast Engineering magazine, by radio historian Jeff Miller.
www.nyradionews.com /wqxr   (749 words)

 News | TimesDaily.com | TimesDaily | Florence, AL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
WQXR-FM is the outgrowth of a "high-fidelity" AM station, also called WQXR (now WQEW), which was founded in 1936 by John V. Hogan and Elliott Sanger.
WQXR was the first AM station in New York to experiment with broadcasting in stereo, beginning in 1952.
After briefly putting the stations up for sale in 1971, the Times was able to get a waiver of this rule and the stations continued to simulcast until 1992, when the AM broke away to become WQEW.
www.timesdaily.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=WQXR   (675 words)

 New York Radio Guide - Station Information for WQXR-FM
WQXR was one of the world's first FM stations and it is the oldest FM station in the New York area.
In 1946, after the FM band was moved, the station began to broadcast on 97.7.
It moved to its present frequency, 96.3, in 1947, and in 1948 it became WQXR.
www.nyradioguide.com /cgi-bin/info.cgi/WQXR-FM   (124 words)

 First Church on the Air
WQXR’s antenna, located atop the Empire State Building, covers the five boroughs of New York City, Northern New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties, and Fairfield, Connecticut, with an approximate broadcast range of 90 miles, depending on the terrain.
WQXR’s frequency is 96.3 mHz, with translators in Asbury Park, NJ (96.7 FM) and Poughkeepsie, NY (103.7 FM).
If you are outside the broadcast coverage area, you may listen to First Church’s WQXR program online, at www.wqxr.com, at the time of our broadcasts.
www.fpcnyc.org /radio.html   (138 words)

 Elliott Maxwell Sanger Papers 1936-1986.
Elliott Maxwell Sanger, 1897-, was a co-founder of radio station WQXR in 1936 and executive vice-president and general manager of the station from 1936-1965.
There is a corrected typescript and galley proofs for Sanger's book, REBEL IN RADIO (N.Y., Hastings House, 1972), and 6 volumes of documents in support of the station's application for "clear channel" status filed with the Federal Communications Commission in 1948.
Also included are 49 photographs of the station's staff, musical personalities who have broadcasted, the studios and transmitters, 4 audio cassettes celebrating WQXR's 50th anniversary, the anniversary album, and the anniversary edition of REBEL IN RADIO.
www.columbia.edu /cu/lweb/eresources/archives/collections/html/4079590.html   (195 words)

 Chamber Music Blues -- Page 1 -- TIME
Behind each increase is the desire of WQXR's founder and president, smallish, paunchy, deep-voiced John Vincent Lawless Hogan, to broadcast good music with maximum accuracy.
Operating on the belief that there are enough intelligent people in New York City and environs to support a station that shuns soap opera, funnymen and corny commercials, WQXR has whooped up its earnings from $9,174 in 1936 (when the station graduated from experimental ranks) to $177,074 in 1940.
WQXR's success has been due not only to smart Technician Hogan, but to its equally smart general manager—Elliott Sanger.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,795611,00.html   (732 words)

 Science Fair Projects - WQXR
WQXR is a radio station that broadcasts from New York City on 96.3 megahertz FM, and is America's most listened-to classical music station.
It was officially founded in 1936, when the station moved to 96.3 FM, and The New York Times bought it in 1944.
On December 3, 1936, (check date, I'm not sure if it's accurate) W2XR became WQXR and moved its studios to 730 5th Ave.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/WQXR   (582 words)

 APT/Pulsecom PCAU
Now owned and operated by The New York Times Company, which acquired it in 1944, WQXR is the most listened-to classical station in the United States and presents regular news, analysis and commentary, often featuring correspondents from the New York Times.
WQXR's signal emanates from the top of the Empire State building and covers the five boroughs of New York City, northern New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties and Fairfield, CT.
The advantage being WQXR's news people could use the resources at the Times, as well as collaborate with their colleagues at the newspaper and NY Times Digital, which creates the New York Times on the Web.
beradio.com /departments/radio_aptpulsecom_pcau/index.html   (920 words)

 NYC.gov - Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting - Production News
The four City agencies covered in the partnership with 96.3 FM WQXR include the Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mayor's Office of Film Theatre and Broadcasting, The Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Department of Records and Information Services, and their commissioners.
“WQXR has long been New York's cultural connection over the airwaves,” said WQXR Program Director Margaret Mercer, “and we are honored and delighted now to have this active partnership with the City of New York that will enable us to get the word out on such a broad palette of offerings.”
Founded in 1936, 96.3 FM WQXR was the nation's first commercial classical music radio station, and since 1944 it has been owned and operated by The New York Times Company.
www.nyc.gov /html/film/html/news/120105_mayor_ent_culture.shtml   (685 words)

 LA Master Chorale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The WQXR Gramophone American Awards, a new collaboration between America’s most listened-to classical music radio station and Britain’s pre-eminent classical recordings magazine, were created to honor the year’s recording achievements in American music and by American artists and to honor those who have made an outstanding contribution to the world of classical music.
The awards, in their inaugural year, were announced simultaneously on September 28th with the 2006 Gramophone Awards, by Gramophone Editor-in-Chief James Jolly at the magazine’s annual awards event in London, and on the air on 96.3 FM WQXR, New York.
WQXR was founded in 1936 and was the nation's first commercial classical music radio station.
www.lamc.org /highnotes/061202_gramophone.html   (274 words)

 WQXR and America Online Team up to Bring New York's Most Popular Classical Music Station to Leading AOL Radio Network ...
The WQXR audio stream will now be available to millions of listeners on AOL through Radio@AOL, and on the Web through AOL's free Web-based service, Radio@Netscape.
"WQXR is one of the most respected classical music stations in the world," said Jack Isquith, executive director of music industry relations for AOL Music and the AOL Radio Network.
The current WQXR Web site was launched in June of 2001 with expanded content, including its audio stream.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2004_Dec_2/ai_n7585901   (563 words)

 WFMT - 101405_wqxrpartnership
WQXR will primarily contribute production and promotion resources, and the WFMT Network will primarily contribute syndication and distribution services.
This effort is separate from, but complements, WQXR's role as manager of the Concert Music Network, an unwired network of commercial classical music radio stations.
"WQXR and WFMT share a history and a mission, and have a longstanding business relationship," said Tom Bartunek, president of New York Times Radio and general manager of WQXR.
www.wfmt.com /main.taf?p=7,4,1,1,1,1   (0 words)

 Scott Skiba to be Featured on WQXR
Baritone Scott Skiba '03 will be featured on The McGraw Hill Companies' Young Artists Showcase Wednesday, May 21, at 9 p.m.
The program airs on WQXR 96.3 FM and is simulcast on wqxr.com.
This fall he will study with the internationally acclaimed baritone Timothy Noble on a full scholarship at the Indiana University School of Music, where he will pursue a performance diploma in professional opera studies.
www.oberlin.edu /con/bkstage/200305/skiba_scott.html   (0 words)

 WQXR Transmitter Facilities (Jim Hawkins' Radio and Broadcast Technology Page)
WQXR began in 1929 as W2XR when John V.L. Hogan received an experimental license to send mechanically scanned images by radio on 2100KC.
Most radio receivers were not capable of reproducing the quality that WQXR transmitted, so in 1937, Hogan sent engineers Russell Valentine (photos show Valentine on this page) and Bob Cobaugh to visit businesses in the Long Island City area and charge $1.00 to adjust radio sets whose dials stopped short of 1550 KC.
From WQXR NY 1560 to WERE Cleveland 1300
hawkins.pair.com /wqxr.html   (857 words)

 N2k / WQXR - Web Site Development Agreement
WQXR grants N2K the exclusive right to use of the domain name WQXR.com or similar identifier and agrees that the WEB SITE will be the only official WQXR WEB site and agrees to refer to the WEB SITE as such, or in a similar fashion, on its marketing materials and relevant formal public communications
Notwithstanding the preceding sentence, the Retransmission will not include any elements of the Program Service for which WQXR is prohibited from granting such retransmission rights pursuant to the restrictions of its contract with a third party providing such programming.
WQXR will provide N2K with appropriate advance notice when such programming elements will not be available for retransmission.
www.techagreements.com /Agreement-Details.asp?num=41103   (678 words)

 ggn information systems - WHAT WQXQ NEW YORK IS DOING:
WQXQ is the FM affiliate of standard broadcasting station WQXR, in New York.
Like WQXR, it is licensed to Interstate Broadcasting Company, owned by The New York Times and managed by Elliott Sanger and myself.
Whether this practice will be continued after a substantial audience has been developed on the new FM frequencies, or whether WQXQ will be programmed separately from WQXR, has not yet been decided.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/ggninfo/06.htm   (1119 words)

 Cultural - FiftyPlusExpo.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
He served as Music Director of WNCN in New York City from l967-90, and was also producer and commentator for innumerable special broadcasts, including “Conversations with Horowitz.” He can currently be heard each week on Wednesday on WQXR in New York City in "Reflections from the Keyboard" and on the internet at www.wqxr.com.
He can now be heard on 96.3 fm WQXR (1994 and 2003-2005) in New York and on WQXR.com, the classical radio station in New York City owned by The New York Times.
He is heard nationally as the radio host of the syndicated concerts from The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The Seattle Symphony and The Jerusalem Symphony.
www.fiftyplusexpo.net /cultural.htm   (743 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for WQXR
WQXR and America Online Team up to Bring New York's Most Popular Classical Music Station to Leading AOL Radio Network.
96.3 FM WQXR and The WFMT Radio Network to Join in Production, Distribution, and Promotion Efforts.
Park Avenue Chamber Symphony Winter Concerts on January 23 and 24, 2004 Special Presentation to Robert Sherman, WQXR.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=WQXR   (361 words)

 Gramophone - Features - The world's best classical music magazine
Also, one has to brave crowds of tourists, loud music and a generally oppressive high-tech atmosphere to get to the classical section.
WQXR stands out in a nation whose classical-music broadcast stations can be counted on the fingers of one hand as a lonely standard-bearer for ‘core’ classical music.
WQXR hosts the regular Wednesday broadcasts of the New York Philharmonic live from Avery Fisher Hall and the celebrated Saturday afternoon Texaco-Chevron Metropolitan opera broadcasts.
www.gramophone.co.uk /interviews_detail.asp?id=2066&f=2055   (319 words)

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