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Broadcasting in the 1929-1930 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Engineer, Vol. 25, No. 3, p. 98, December 1929

J. S. Stafford Attends Telephone Conference in Chicago

J. S. Stafford, of the E. E. Department, recently made a trip to Chicago where he met C. H. Bergmann of the Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Mfg. Co. Mr. Stafford, while he was there, also made tentative plans for a telephone conference with R. V. Achatz, arranged with Mr. Staterman, chairman, for telephone conference for next month.

Broadcasting in the 1930-1931 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Thursday, October 2, 1930

WBAA Plans To Broadcast Home Games At 1000 Watts

University radio station WBAA, has received permission from the Federal Radio commission in Washington, D.C., to operate at 1000 watts for the four home football games instead of the former 500 watts, according to Prof. J. W. Stafford, head of the communication department of the school of electrical engineering.

Broadcasting in the 1931-1932 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Thursday, September 17, 1931

Station WBAA Announces New Staff Organization

J. C. Bailey, R. H. Thockmorton, D. L. Conkright and E. F. Badger Receive Studio Advancements.

Station WBAA, the official radio broadcasting station of the University, last night announced the set-up of their organization for the semester through R. H. Throckmorton who is to be program director of the station this season.

Broadcasting in the 1932-1933 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Sunday, September 25, 1932

J. W. Stafford Names Student Radio Staff

Bailey to Retain Position as Student Program Manager; Broadcasts Start October 3.

Broadcasting in the 1933-1934 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Engineer, Vol. 29, No. 1, p. 11, October 1933

WBAA Rebuilt

Broadcasting in the 1934-1935 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Thursday, September 20, 1934

WBAA Receives Fan Mail Acclaiming New Set-up

Broadcasting in the 1935-1936 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Wednesday, September 18, 1935

WBAA Staff Will Hold Auditions Tomorrow

Broadcasting in the 1936-1937 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Thursday, November 5, 1936

WBAA To Try New Program

Will Build New Show On Commercial Lines; Tryouts Today

The University's radio station, WBAA, will present in the near future a radio program similar to commercial programs now on the air. It will be a half hour weekly feature with an orchestra, a Fred Waring type glee club, a short skit, and news of the week. No definite date has been set as to when these programs will start, but a trial program will be given before Christmas.

Broadcasting in the 1937-1938 School Year

Nov 17, 2011
Purdue Engineer

The Purdue Engineer, Vol. 33, No. 7, p. 157, April 1938

This is Station WBAA by A. G. Hutton, Sc. '40

Broadcasting in the 1938-1939 School Year

Nov 17, 2011

The Purdue Exponent - Friday, September 16, 1938

Radio Stage On The Air At 1 Tomorrow

Beginning its fourth consecutive year on the air this Saturday afternoon, WBAA;s oldest program, "Radio Stage," will offer a special feature, "Auto-Humanitas," based on Karl Capek's drama, "R-U-R."

Presented in two parts, "Auto-Humanitas" will go on the air at 1 p. m. tomorrow for a 45 minute broadcast, and will be concluded in a similar presentation on the following Saturday.

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