Radio stations -- New York (State) -- Rockland County -- Archival resources.
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Overview Rockland County's first radio station, WRKL began broadcasting on July 4, 1964. WRKL featured local and world news, call-in shows and some music. Known for featuring controversial guests and topics, WRKL was firebombed in 1967 after an appearance by a representative from the Congress for Racial Equality on the popular call-in show "Hotline." The station resumed broadcasting shortly after the bombing and went on to earn several prestigious awards for journalism including the DuPont-Columbia...