A photograhic journey through the evolution of the radio station studio.
WWJ Detroit. Michigan, USA
Fred Lathrop in the studio of WWJ in 1920.
JQAK studios, October 1930. © Radio Heritage Foundation Collections
The Art Deco “Broadcasting House” studios in Auckland, New Zealand
Photos: Auckland Libraries Heritage Collections
WVTI Cebu City, Philippines
A typical American wartime studio during WWII.
2CH Sydney, Australia
2CH Sydney studios & auditorium. © Ray Crawford Collection, Radio Heritage Foundation
Fiji Broadcasting Commission, Suva, Fiji
Senior Technician Bill McMillan works a bank of Magnecorders in the main control room of the new Broadcasting House, Fiji Broadcasting Commission, Suva, Fiji in 1954.
2YZ Napier, New Zealand
2YZ Napier c1955 (David Lindsay Collection)
WDBO Orlando, Florida, USA
Bill Taylor at WDBO Orlando. Photo courtesy Tom Taylor.
WXLE Canton Island
WXLE studio console. 1971. (Larry Girard Collection)
Radio Rhema, New Zealand
At the mike in the mobile studio is ex-Radio Hauraki DJ Rick Holder. Radio Rhema now operates almost 100 AM & FM transmitters across New Zealand. © The Press, Radio Heritage Foundation Collection
Keith Richardson recording studio.
Recording studio of well-known New Zealand DJ Keith Richardson – exact date & location unknown.
© Keith Richardson Collection, Radio Heritage Foundation
Radio New Zealand International, Wellington, New Zealand.
RNZI studio & staff in 1989. Mark Nicholls Collection, Radio Heritage Foundation.
Te Upoko o Te Ika, Wellington, New Zealand
Wellington’s Maori station Te Upoko o Te Ika in 1990. Mark Nicholls Collection, Radio Heritage Foundation
NewstalkZB, Christchurch, New Zealand
Host Mike Yardley in the Christchurch studio of NewstalkZB.
Fresh 92.7 FM of Adelaide, Australia.
New Zealand’s Today FM talk-back network Studio B
Today FM Studio B. Photos courtesy Brin Rudkin, MediaWorks New Zealand