These are large pages
full of photographs and will take a bit of time to download.
However, if you're a tech junkie, it's probably worth the wait.
Technical details about WDFH are on the FM era page. See
for more details on how the station developed and its various
studio photos (2011-present)
Information about our signal expansion project (2001-2009)
out the signal expansion project (2009)
Earlier at WDFH:
staff and studio pictures and technical
details and pictures of WDFH's studio and transmitter facilities
Another page of
WDFH's studios and construction project notes
Ossining studios (1995-1996) — includes pictures of Josephine Arce,
Evan Gillespie, Matt Girgenti, and the antenna crew (Tom Stabile, Matt
Girgenti, Reggie May, Marc Sophos, Marc Carpentier, Evan Gillespie, and
Marilyn Sophos). Also pictures of WDFH's studios and transmitter.
Cable era (1982-1993) — pictures of David Seven-Sky, Steve Farenga,
Nick Sarames, Pat Collins, and Tom Stabile, and the WDFH studios when
the station could be heard only on cable (while Marc was still
struggling tiredly to get an FM license).
Pre-cable (1982 and earlier) — pictures of Jonathan Shulman and Marc
Sophos and the station in the early days while Marc was still trying to
find a way to even file the FM application with the FCC, the difficulty
being Westchester County's proximity to NYC.
Historic photographs — some really old pictures from the WDFH
Technical Photograph Archive: photographs from the earliest days of FM,
showing equipment from Major Armstrong's early FM transmitting and
receiving stations. Long download time but well worth the wait for
anyone interested in the history of FM radio. Truly historic