WSB (Radio station : Atlanta, Ga.)
WSB (Welcome South, Brother) Radio, the first radio station in the south, began broadcasting on March 15, 1922.
From the description of WSB Radio Broadcasting Script, 1939. (Georgia Institute of Technology). WorldCat record id: 50144464
WSB Radio was the first radio station to broadcast from the city of Atlanta, with its first broadcast on March 15, 1922. The station was originally owned and operated by the Atlanta journal newspaper. Both the Atlanta journal and WSB were purchased by Governor James M. Cox of Ohio in 1939; the station is currently owned by Cox Enterprises. Further information about the station's history can be found in the book Welcome south brother.
From the description of WSB Radio Records, 1922-1985. (Georgia State University). WorldCat record id: 30994926
Licensed in 1922, WSB was the first radio station in the south.
Originally owned by THE ATLANTA JOURNAL, the station broadcast first from the roof of the newspaper's building, then from the Biltmore Hotel, and finally from the headquarters of WSB Radio and WSB-TV on West Peachtree Street. Governor James M. Cox of Ohio bought THE ATLANTA JOURNAL and WSB Radio on 1939. Both WSB Radio and WSB-TV remain a part of the Cox Broadcasting Corporation and continue a tradition of community involvement and service.
From the description of Collection, 1955-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173863107
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