80s K92 FM Country Music Radio Orlando t-shirt Small
Chest 17 in.
Length 23.5 in.
Content: Feels like cotton blend
Tag Brand: Unreadable
This sweet ringer tee promotes the radio station K92.3, a commerical FM station that is broadcast out of Orlando, Florida. The station, which has the call sign WWKA is owned by Cox Radio and it broadcasts a country music format. The station was founded in 1949 as WDBO-FM and it thrived during the "golden age of radio" with a schedule full of dramas, sports, comedies, and game shows. When the Katz Broadcasting business purchased the station in 1982, they switched to their country format and changed the call sign to WWKA. It wasn't a completely smooth transition though, as three broadcasters locked themselves in the studio in protest against the new format, but the issue was resolved peacefully a few hours later.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small. This shirt is very soft and thin.