The owners were the Gimbel Brothers, with studios above the Gimbels department store at Ninth and Market Street. Garland was initially replaced by WIP part-timer Jeff Brown before the sports-based morning show debuted. Hey, Philly kids from back in the day, was there a better time on the radio dial than the old WIP, when top jocks like Ken Garland, Dick Clayton, Tom Moran, Wee Willie Webber, Tom Lamaine, Nat Wright and Bill St. James played music you could actually listen to, and talked to you like you were family? The state-funded publication by the Council for Industrial Design formed the basis for Garland’s future work – human-centred, elegantly simple and rigorously conceived. Dawn Foods is a family company that has been creating high-quality bakery ingredients and products for nearly 100 years. Instead of chasing the younger audience of rock station WIBG, WIP targeted a slightly older 25 - 49 year old crowd with music from artists such as Frank Sinatra, Henry Mancini, and Stan Getz. Prior to this, Ken Garland studied design at London's Central School of Arts and Crafts and upon graduation in 1954, did an apprenticeship with the trade magazine Furnishings. $12.50. See more ideas about graphic design inspiration, graphic design, graphic design logo. In 1989, studios were moved to newer facilities at 441 North Fifth Street. Ken moved to the Philadelphia area in 2004 and worked as a Director and Distinguished Senior Investigator in Drug Metabolism at Merck. I've fondly recalled that saying all these years. This essentially ended any connection the station had with the Gimbel family or retail concern. All Rights Reserved. A little later, Lamaine talked about DJ legend Ken Garland, morning man at WIP. $12.50. In addition to being reprinted several times in design journals, it was also published in The Guardian.[4]. Jez Butterworth 2. We think that there are other things more worth using our skill and experience on. Ken Garland is a British graphic designer, photographer, writer and educator. WIFI was an early stereo pioneer, initiating almost 18 hours a day of stereo programming in 1961. On May 11, 1961, WIP's licensee name was changed to the parent company name, Metromedia, Inc. In 1997, Ken Garland was inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia's "Hall of Fame." Mom kept the radio tuned to WIP all day long while she tended house because it made her feel close to pop. Some of the announcers included Ken Garland, Bill Webber, Tom Moran, and Tom Lamaine. Publicity ad from WIP 610 Radio in Philadelphia. They worked with clients such as Galt Toys, Dancer & Hearne, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Barbour Index and Keniston Housing Association. This was similar to the direction taken by New York sister station WNEW. Ken Garland WIP Radio 1970. [1], Garland has written for numerous graphic design and visual culture publications including Baseline, Blueprint, Creative Review and Eye magazine and as well as authoring titles such as Graphics Handbook (1966), Illustrated Graphics Glossary (1980), Mr Beck’s Underground map (1994) and A word in your eye (1996). A 1970 FORD THUNDERBIRD. I also limited this to one release per artist. In 1935, the studios were moved to 35 South Ninth Street and two years later the transmitter was moved to 21st and Hamilton Streets. 83 vol. The following year, offices and studios were moved to more modern and larger quarters in the Wellington Building, overlooking Rittenhouse Square at 19th and Walnut Street. By 1988, the change to all sports programming was complete. In 1938, the station began a full 24 hour a day broadcast schedule and used the slogan "Philadelphia's Pioneer Station." Ray Lovejoy 3. Yorgos Lanthimos 2. He has made a significant contribution to the development of graphic design since the mid-twentieth century and formed the prolific design studio Ken Garland & Associates in 1962 (until 2009) in Camden, London, where he continues to live and work. DMCA | Editors. The station had great popularity with the AC format in the early and mid 1970s and boasted a strong news department with frequent newscasts. WIP Ken Garland 8/28/73 1 CD. In addition to making numerous appearances, some of Uncle Wip's other activities included an Aviation Club, a "Toyland Parade" and a "Drum and Bugle Corps.". [2] He recalls first scribbling it down during a meeting of the Society of Industrial Arts: "I found I wasn't so much reading it as declaiming it ... it had become ... that totally unfashionable device, a Manifesto."[3]. He has made a significant contribution to the development of graphic design since the mid-twentieth century and formed the prolific design studio Ken Garland & Associates in 1962 (until 2009) … WIP Ken Garland 8/28/73 1 CD. According to Michl, the 2000 ‘First Things First’ manifesto (Poynor 1999) (a revision of Ken Garland’s 1964 text) is ‘short-sighted at best’ and reflects the principles of a specific, ‘sated’ group of professionals reporting from within a capitalist society. Here's a photo of Ken Garland behind the WIP microphones dating from 1970. $12.50. WIP was the flagship radio station for the Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia Phillies. In the mid-1970s, Eagles football play-by-play begain airing on WIP and brought a whole new audience that often stuck around after the game was over. 21 which, among other things, refuted the division between designers and clients, of ‘us and them’, in favour of designer / client partnerships. Ken Garland Homes has become known as one of premier custom home builders and remodeling contractors in the Memphis area for two generations. Terms Of Use | The questions were more combative under cross- examination by defense attorney Jeffrey Zucker, who got Soncini to admit she suffered from a "lack of moral character" at the time of the affair, which began days after her husband, Ken Garland, died. In 1958, Mel Gollub, former WIP radio personality known as "Mel Stewart" founded WIFI-FM on the 92.5 frequency. Many Australians served in 211 Squadron over the course of its existence from 1937 to 1946. By 1933, Uncle Wip's "Kiddie Club" had over 500,000 names on its list, and over 750,000 by 1941. Watch the clip Finally, Tom Lamaine with a little help from Tom Moran mocked the daily reading that Dick Clayton, another legend at WIP, did daily from area telephone directories. (Such as "Telephone Talk" with Jack Ellery and Steve Martorano overnights) By the mid 80s, as the amount of music decreased even further, most of the new talk hosts brought in featured sports programming. The station began adding sports programming in the mid-1980s. While Uncle Wip was portrayed by several people, one of the longest running was Wayne Cody. Corrections? I have this project where I made a bunch of US Hip-Hop scene lists that compiles all locally related releases but instead of making dozens of other lists for smaller scenes, I bunched all of those smaller ones here. WCEC Bob Morgan September 1977 Golden Jukebox 1 CD. Comments? Super Rare Original 1969 WIP RADIO 610 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES vintage 8x10 inch print ad. In 1931, WIP purchased WFAN and consolidated all broadcasting at the WIP studios. Two steel towers supported WIP's inverted "L"-type antenna on the roof of the store. Evan Schiff 3. Foran’s only been at it with this model since May, but it seems he now has help in the form of Bruce Dyda, the craftsman who built the full-size replica of the dragster that will soon be headed to auction. The station began adding sports programming in the mid-1980s. 182763427, citing Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill, Camden County, New Jersey, USA ; Maintained by Researcher (contributor 46902961) . Privacy Policy | Zucker attempted to portray Soncini as the aggressor in that relationship and others. Brian De Palma 2. His most famous piece of writing about the ethics of graphic design is the First Things First manifesto of 1964 that advocated ‘in favour of the more useful and more lasting forms of communication’. Sep 15, 2016 - Explore ken ke's board "graphic" on Pinterest. thread while researching the dragster and Ivo’s 1974 rear-engine dragster, and the detail is fascinating. More and more sports hosts were brought on to replace the music hosts that left, including Ken Garland, who moved to cross-town WPEN, then a nostalgia-based music station. Worked there? Sometimes a DJ on the air, either Bill Webber or Ken Garland, would share a joke with my old man as he sat behind the engineer’s glass. Other announcers during this period included Ned Powers, Tom Brown, and Chuck Daugherty. That same day, Reese was hired to do the Eagles' pre- and postgame shows on WIP. TO FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE AND/OR WIN. The station began adding sports programming in the mid-1980s. RAAF personnel of 211 Squadron. Posted: January 26, 2010 - 5:43 PM . In 2012, Garland published ‘Last Things Last’[6] in Eye no. In 1999, the manifesto was re-signed by 23 prominent graphic designers and critics;[5] both manifestos have been widely written and spoken about, as well as republished, throughout the graphic design community. "After listening to Ken for five minutes... decide whether or not it's worth it to get out of bed." WCEC Bob Morgan September 1977 Golden Jukebox 1 CD. Lee Smith 5. Stensland is best known for separate stints as the main anchor for CBS3 and Fox29. In 1960, the Metropolitan Broadcasting Division of Metromedia, Inc., owned by John W. Kluge, purchased WIP AM and FM for $2,700,000. Your privacy is important to us. The print ad pictures a PHILADELPHIA EAGLE SITTING UNDER A PALM TREE ON THE BEACH, and reads: "PLEASE READ MY NAME ON THE. Listen to your favorite station & podcasts for FREE on RADIO.COM, plus read exclusive celebrity news, breaking sports stories, and music news from today's biggest artists. The manifesto was signed by Ken Garland’s graphic design colleagues, friends and former lecturers such as Edward Wright, Anthony Froshaug, Robin Fior and Ken Briggs. WIP was the randomly assigned call letters for a 500 watt station on 833 kHz that began broadcasting on March 17, 1922. © 2012 Alan Boris LLC. That would be the highlight of our morning as mom ironed and I played in the kitchen. David Rennie 3. Ronald Bronstein 2. As I listen to more things, more song samples are added as time passes. The format was MOR, a mix of 50s and 60s pop music with a heavy emphasis on newscasts. In 1932, the station was transferred to a newly formed company, the Pennsylvania Broadcasting Company, in order to separate ownership from the department store since WIP was now a successful broadcast enterprise in its own right. 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For a few years, as radio broadcasting was in its infancy, the station jumped around on the dial and/or shared a frequency with other stations: 750 kHz with Wanamaker's WOO, 590 kHZ in 1923, 860 kHz in 1927, and finally the familiar 610 kHz shared with WFAN in 1928 under the calls WIP-WFAN. In 1993, WIP was sold to Infinity Broadcasting for $2 million, and when Infinity merged with CBS in 1996, CBS became the new owner. Site Map. In 2004, studios were moved to Two Bala Plaza in Bala Cynwyd. The station gradually added more soft rock to the mix and evolved into an adult contemporary format by the 1970s, a format it would keep for the most part through its gradual change to sports talk in the late 1980s. Ken Garland is a British graphic designer, photographer, writer and educator. Mary Sweeney 3. From the begining, one of the most popular personalities on the station was children's show host "Uncle Wip." 1970 Ken Garland Radio Show original vintage advertisement. Duwayne Dunham 2. Every day, it’s our promise that customers and families around the world can count on us to make life’s moments memorable. Reese moved quickly up the ranks, and in a few years he was the color commentator for the Eagles alongside Charlie Swift. Please let us know! From the official archives of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Photo originally donated by Broadcast Pioneers member Bill "Wee Willie" Webber WIP’s transition to sports was gradual, unlike many so-called format flips that happen instantaneously. Founded by Ken Garland Sr. in 1965, Ken Garland Homes has an excellent reputation with appraisers, architects, decorators, engineers, inspectors, trades people and most importantly our homeowners. … Its style encouraged commercial artists to share their opinions and experiences to inspire others in the design industry. WIP’s transition to sports was gradual, unlike many so-called format flips that happen instantaneously. Joel Coen 2. Ethan Coen 2. Watch the clip ...we have reached a saturation point at which the high pitched scream of consumer selling is no more than sheer noise. Last Updated: 9 Sep 2020 18:14:04 PDT: In 1958, WIP AM and FM were sold for $2,500,000 to WIP Broadcasting, Inc., a new syndicate headed by Benedict Gimbel, Jr., the station's former General Manager. I remember one lovely June morning in the 1970's and Ken is saying "this is a day to be in Booth Bay Harbor Maine." Mark Frost 2. Privacy Dashboard and Controls. From 1997 to 2000, she co-anchored the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts at … A management buyout group, known as the Metropolitan Broadcasting Corporation became WIPs owner on November 18, 1986, and they subsequently sold the station to a division of Specatcor Inc. on December 8, 1987 for $6 million. In 1940, the station was granted a power increase to 5,000 watts and the transmitter site was moved to Bellmawr, NJ. The waitress, who is the daughter of WIP host Big Daddy Graham, said she even had a drinks recommendation for McCoy if he dared to return to Chickie's and Pete's - a New York sour. After some time at another start-up company, Ken joined Temple University School of Pharmacy in July 2010, and teaches Pharm D and graduate pharmacokinetics. Payment Options: Money Order, -or- WIP Ken Garland 8/28/73 1 CD Jun 28, 2018 - Explore Winnie Win's board "Connection", followed by 349 people on Pinterest. Prior to forming the studio, Garland worked with editor Michael Farr at Design magazine, where he held the position of art editor from 1956 to 1962. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Ken Garland (20 Jul 1927–11 Dec 1992), Find a Grave Memorial no. His survivors are his wife and three children. Although licensed to Philadelphia, the station was located in Norristown and played an MOR format that included some talk and sports. Ronald Sanders 6. Soncini, who met the rabbi when he officiated at the 1992 funeral of her husband, Ken Garland, testified for the prosecution at both of the rabbi's trials, in 2001 and 2002. More and more sports hosts were brought on to replace the music hosts that left, including Ken Garland, who moved to cross-town WPEN-AM, then a nostalgia-based music station. WIP 610 EAGLES RADIO" The station said Soncini will make frequent visits to the area for special events. We came across the model, still under construction, in a H.A.M.B. See more ideas about Pig tattoo, Graphic, Flying pig. More and more sports hosts were brought on to replace the music hosts that left, including Ken Garland, who moved to cross-town WPEN-AM, then a nostalgia-based music station. Select a brand below to see and manage how your information is used by Verizon Media. Paul Hirsch 2. Both stations serve New Jersey in addition to their licensed cities. WIP's transition to sports was gradual, unlike many so-called format flips that happen instantaneously. WIP and Ken Garland, it was the soundtrack of my life. Benny Safdie 2. WIP was formerly owned by CBS Radio, and at that time was considered to be a sister station to another CBS Radio station, WFAN, in New York City. (WFAN was part of a Haverford radio-enthusiast club.). Garland's first radio job in Philadelphia was with WIP-AM, in 1966. Two years later, he replaced Joe McCauley as the station's morning man. Etan Cohen 2. Ken Garland & Associates included a small rotating group of designers over its 47-year period including Robert Chapman, Ray Carpenter, Trilokesh Mukherjee, Gill Scott, Patrick Gould, John O'Neil, Norman Moore, Frank Hart, Daria Gan, Colin Bailey, Peter Cole, Ian Moore, Paul Cleal, Richard Marston and Anna Carson. At one point, the station called itself "Channel 61 color radio" and later "The big W.". In 2008, Garland and his wife, artist Wanda Garland (Wistrich), founded Pudkin Books, a publishing venture issuing a series of picture books under the general heading ‘a close look at...’ in A6 folded fore-edge format. The station began adding sports programming in the mid-1980s. Alex Garland 2. This is by state with each city being denoted. Lana Wachowski 2. Pivotal to the station's success was long time announcer Joe McCauley, known as the "Morning Mayor" for 14 of his 26 years at WIP. The previous tower at 21st and Hamilton was dismantled and the property sold. As FM radio began to steal the music audience from WIP in the early 80s, more talk programming was added. David Lynch 3. KEN GARLAND SHOW. 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