Breakfast Club

Some articles on breakfast club:

Don Mc Neill's Breakfast Club - History - Broadcast Venues and Networks
... The Breakfast Club initially was broadcast from the NBC studios in the Merchandise Mart ... After ABC Radio was split into four networks in 1968, The Breakfast Club was moved to the new American Entertainment network, and was known for its last months on the ... remote from San Francisco, 1956 The last broadcast of the Breakfast Club ...
DZLL-FM - The Breakfast Club
... DJs Nicki and Sebastian Kidd hosted the morning show called "The Breakfast Club" ... City that closely followed the format of Manila personalities like Chico and Delamar, The Breakfast Club would evolve around random topics which would let listeners interact with the DJs ...
Tom Oberheim - Breakfast Club
... Oberheim was a core member of "The Dead Presidents Society", an informal discussion group which met weekly in a Berkeley coffeehouse ... The group took its name from the fact that most members were formerly presidents of companies that had gone out of business ...
KMJ-FM - History
... of its morning show, the Dean and Don Breakfast Club ... The Breakfast Club had a cult-like following in Fresno during the late 1970s and early 1980s ... recruited to promote concerts and other events hosted by the popular Breakfast Club ...
KFIZ (AM) - On-air Staff
... Wade Bates - The Breakfast Club, lead high school sports play-by-play Bob Nelson - news director Bob "Hoffy" Hoffmaster - The Morning Show, high school sports ... John - The Breakfast Club (fill-in) James "Hollywood" Flynn - The Breakfast Club (fill-in), high school sports Nick Van Nocker - high school sports Jerry Schneider - The Jerry Schnieder Polka Show ...

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