The History Of WBZ Radio


WBZ And Dotty Myles

Young Dorothy Metzger had always dreamed of being a singer. She was 17 and barely out of high school, when she got her big break– hired to perform at Boston’s popular Cocoanut Grove nightclub.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–09/13/2011


WBZ And Talk Shows

WBZ dominated and pioneered talk radio in Boston. ¬†In 1963, Bob Kennedy began broadcasting “Contact.” He quickly earned a reputation for interviewing the top newsmakers of the day. ¬†Lovell Dyett was WBZ’s first African-American talk […]

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–09/13/2011


WBZ And New England Weather

As far back as the early 1920s, parents and kids who wondered if school might be canceled counted on WBZ for the “no-school announcements.”

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–09/13/2011


WBZ As A Music Station

From our earliest days, we featured concerts by nationally-known entertainers. As well as many local stars– like vocal duo Hum and Strum or country star Georgia Mae. Back then, WBZ aired many NBC network programs, like radio dramas and soap operas.