USCOB
US Brigade Commanders Berlin
822nd MP Co.
16th Constabulary Squadron
759th MP BN
287th MP Co.
287th MP Co. BASC/AKA
42nd Military Police Group
6th Infantry Regiment
502nd Infantry Regiment
94th & 320th FA
F. Co. 40th Armor
43rd Chemical Det.
20th Engineer Company
42nd Engineer Company
BBde Duty Train
Spy of FSB

"The Adventures of Betty Fishwish (AFN Berlin)



AFN Berlin

GERMAN Version

AFN Berlin
was a US-American military broadcast station located at Podbielskiallee 23 in Berlin-Dahlem. It started broadcasting at noon on August 4, 1945, with the Rhapsody in Blue from George Gershwin.
During the Berlin Blockade AFN Berlin started broadcasting around the clock. After the building of the Berlin Wall AFN Berlin then stayed on the air 24 hours until July 1994.
AFN Berlin had three stations:an AM station at 1107 kHz an FM station at 87.85 MHz (adjusted to 87.9 MHz at a later stage, called 88FM) a TV station on UHF channel E29 (US channel 25) broadcasting in NTSC (thus requiring a multistandard set for German viewers) with a low power transmitter limited to southwestern districts of BerlinUntil November 23, 1978, the AM frequency was 935 kHz. Due to the agreements in the Geneva Frequency Plan the frequency was changed to 1107 kHz.
On July 15, 1994, AFN Berlin broadcasted a 3-hour special broadcast on both radio frequencies, which was transmitted live into 54 countries. Afterwards, seconds before 2pm, AFN Berlin ceased transmitting after playing the national anthem of the United States of America.

Productions

Radio (88FM):
A Morning Show (Mon - Fri) An Afternoon Show (Mon - Fri) The Juice Disco Frolic at Five Special live broadcasts from the German-American Volksfest at the Hüttenweg in Berlin-Dahlem and
from the Day of Open House at the Tempelhof Central Airport (TCA)Television: Berlin Tonight (Daily News)
Berlin PM (interview show)
Berlin Tonight late edition (late news)
Discover Berlin (trailers of Berlin sights)
The Berlin Ramblers (30-minute live country music show, 1968 one Saturday afternoon monthly)
Berlin Midday
Snowball Satellite (Christmas)



AFN Berlin



AFN Productions

Radio Personal
David MacDonald
Jacques Bannamon
Fred Cochran
Rik DeLisle
Jo Eager
Eric Engbretson
Rebecca Easley
Lee Heft
George Hudack
Steve Kostelac
Magnificent Magoo
Bob Selleck
Dan Simmons
Tom Tucker
Mark White
Hank Minitrez
Bill Gaylord
Paul Dandridge
Terence Rousseau
Bob Woodley
Paul Ramirez
Brian Hart
Patrick McGuire
Vicki Washington
Keya Newman
Christina Leaird
Gage Mace
Jim Cyr
Danette Rodesky
Jerry Cormier
Jeanine Kabrich
Mike Niederer
Larry Sem
Jay Brady
Mike Piper
Denis Sloan
Rick Himot
John Proffitt
Ed Tooma
Ed Poston
Edward Theodore Faircloth
TV Personal
David MacDonald
Jacques Bannamon
Rebecca Easley
Hank Minitrez
Dan Quakkelaar
Bob Selleck
Bill Gaylord
Terence Rousseau
Brian Hart
Patrick McGuire
Vicki Washington
Keya Newman
Christina Leaird
Jim Cyr
Bob Woodley
Paul Ramirez
Kyle King
Danette Rodesky
Jerry Cormier
Jeanine Kabrich
Dave Sullivan
Tom Hoban
Bill Bright
Vince Turella
Debbie Frantz
Joel O'Brian
Susie Ward
Mike Nussbaumer
Dave Dudding
Dave Jimanez
Mike Pernatozzi
John Reese
Bruce Dortin
Rick Saltzman
Jim Mauzy
Jim Wright
Kip Rummel
John Orton
John O'Conner
Dennis Hannon
Don Browers
Wayne Boyles
Danny Tore
Al Scully
Mike Niederer
Peggy Foster
Barry Cantor




AFN Berlin