IMAGES OF THE WHUS STUDIOS THROUGH THE YEARS
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN
John Reisen and Carol Schein doing a broadcast of "Reisen Schein In The Morning" in the WABL Studio in the Mechanical Arts building, circa 1924
WCAC Control Room in 1931
THE "REALLY OLD" STUDIOS IN THE KOONS HALL BASEMENT: 1946 - 1952
Mike Drechsler “on air” in the Announcer’s Booth in 1952 while Jack Gooken cues a 78RPM "platter" on the turntable in the Control Room
THE "OLD" STUDIOS IN THE "OLD" STUDENT UNION: 1952 - 2002
The new Student Union studios in 1952. WHUS alumni Janet Canfield Locke and “Dee” Rapaport Levitt have identified the people as Jane Kronholtz, Joe Dudrick beside her, and Don Littlefield at the controls.
Judy in disguise (with glasses)? Judy Nikola doing a show in the Studio A Control Room sometime in the late 1950s
Super67man looks in on Carol Petito and Peter Phillips in Studio B from the Studio A Master Control Room in 1964. That's the original 10 watt WHUS FM transmitter on the right under the window.
"Rockin' Russ" Ginns at the controls in the Studio A Control Room in 1964
Wayne Norman demonstrates the “AM/FM split” which enabled WHUS to broadcast a commercial on AM and a public service announcement on FM at the same time in the 1960s.
Les Morrell doing a show in the Studio A Control Room in 1973
Edwin Maley cues the next "platter" he's going to spin in the Studio A Control Room in 1974
The Studio A Control Room in 2002, just prior to the move to the temporary “Farmhouse” studios.
THE "NEW" STUDIOS IN THE "OLD" FARMHOUSE: 2002 - 2007
General Manager John Murphy in the Master Control Room
WHUS IN THE DIGITAL AGE
THE STATE-OF-THE-ART STUDIOS IN THE "NEW" STUDENT UNION - 2007
Two views of the On Air Studio (A)
Production Studio (B)
No News anymore on WHUS, so why a "News Booth"?
Sports Director Mike Guerrera in the Staff Office
How can you tell that this is the Chief Engineer's office?
A clean shaven General Manager John Murphy and Business Manager Barb Becker