WAGM-TV-Back In The Day

Thanks to President/GM Kelly Landeen for sharing this aerial photo of WAGM-TV. No drones back in the 1950’s! A helicopter or plane was needed to snap this pic in Presque

1956 In Portland- Bette Davis Movie Premiere!

WGAN-TV was, I believe, either the sponsor or lead promoter when the Bette Davis movie ” Virgin Queen” premiered in Portland in June of 1956! It was shown at The

Name That Maine Broadcaster!

OK–I can name 4 of the Maine broadcast luminaries in this photo from an MAB Convention at Sebasco. How many can you identify? List in comments below–or on the MAB

WPBC-FM Bangor

Gonna guess that this photo was taken in the late 70’s or early 80’s—WPBC-FM-Bangor, with veteran broadcaster/air personality Eddie Owen at the Board. Rotary pots on the console, cart machines

Reporter Chris Rose Passes Away

The Maine broadcasting world–and indeed the entire state-was shocked and saddened to hear the news that veteran reporter Chris Rose suddenly passed. A 2017 inductee into the Maine Association of

Today’s Mystery Photo!

So we know it’s WKIT-FM-Bangor–and I’m certain an awesome remote in progress, but no clue as to who the driver is….any ideas?

WABI-TV’s Bob Woodbury

Another photo from the MAB archives-taken at the Maine Association of Broadcasters first 2 1/2 day convention at Poland Springs Hotel and Resort in the early 1960’s. Appears to be

Longtime WGME-TV Reporter Dave Silverbrand Has Passed

WGME-TV’s longtime feature reporter Dave Silverbrand has died. Starting in the 1970’s–until the 90’s, Dave was one of the original reporters dedicated to feature stories–and his reports, known as “Dave’s

WPOR-FM Job Opening!

• Saga Country WPOR/Portland, ME has a prime afternoon drive opportunity now available, as Brandon Clay is headed to a new gig TBA. Portland is New England’s fourth largest media