Results for: ' Chicago Radio Station Commercials '
Here's a quick bumper promo for a contest on WBBM-FM 96 where you could win a radio shaped like the word radio. Wow, trippy.
Hurry! Contest ends November 16th 1979!
This commercial aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, November 4th 1979.
Here's a commercial for local station WIND Talk Radio 56 (AM 560) featuring Clark Weber.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, March 9th 1983.
Here's a commercial for WYEN FM 107 ("Request Radio," licensed to neighboring Des Plaines - and today Spanish-language WPPN, "Amor 106.7"), featuring snippets of such tracks as "No Tell Lover" by Chicago, "Last Time I Saw Him" by Diana Ross, "Forever In Blue Jeans" by Neil Diamond, and "Too Much Heaven" by the Bee Gees.
The "Request Radio" slogan referred to the station playing music requested by listeners.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, September 22...
Here's a commercial for 67 WMAQ Radio's Dancing Dollars contest, with offers of cash and prizes for station listeners, featuring the memorable "stacks of cash with legs" dancing and doing a "Rockettes" type number.
"Everyone's coming up a winner!"
This aired on local Chicago TV late Saturday, February 16th 1980.
Here's another commercial for WLOO 100.3 FM, the radio station FM 100 - The Music Station.
Features an instrumental version of the Joe Cocker Song "(Love Lift Us) Up Where We Belong"
"Beautiful Music - Above the Noise."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, May 27th 1984.
Here's a commercial for the radio station WCLR 102 FM (101.9). Today this station is known as WTMX - "The Mix."
Featuring Tony Mockus, Jr. as the weightlifter, and Art Fox as the toll booth operator.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, June 10th 1984.
Here is a commercial for Q-101 FM radio in Chicago.
"They don't play The Dead Boys, The Flesh Eaters, The Germs, or Let's Lynch the Landlord."
This commercial aired on local Chicago TV in April of 1982.
Here's another commercial for local radio station WLAK FM 94 (The Lake) featuring a cute doggy advertising their relaxing, instrumental easy-listening music.
This station is now known as WLIT-FM (93.9 "The Lite"). Every year, they torture Chicagoans with non-stop holiday music from November until Chirstmas.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Thursday, March 11th 1982.