Countless New York area listeners tuned to WCBS/FM and Max Kinkel to help get them through week nights.  From dark to dawn, Max is a favorite with "Third Shift" workers and early morning executives.  His eye-opening personality reached even the weariest of overnighters with a style and pace that is anything but sleepy.  Max Kinkel delivered the advertiser's message to influential WCBS/FM listeners before they got caught up in the day's whirlwind.

In the studio with Max Kinkel and Ron Lundy

Max Kinkel, Marc Sommer, Gary Clark and Johnny

Max Kinkel On WCBS 101.1FM (mp3)

 Click the On-Air sign to hear The Max Man
 on Thanksgiving Morning 1987 on CBS-FM!

Max Kinkel On WCBS FM 1994

 Click the On-Air sign to hear The Max Man
 from 1994 on CBS-FM!

WCBS-FM presents The Regents with Max Kinkel at the World Trade Center!


With a record 8.8 share... Max Kinkel single-handedly dominated the tri-state overnight airwaves and holds the longest record as New York's original "All Night Radio" personality.  CBS-FM Program Director Joe McCoy congratulated Max by personally signing this 1994 Arbitron report with the phrase: "Rockin & Rollin all-nite long with the Max Man! Way to go!" 

(Source: The Arbitron Company New York Ranker for Spring of 1994 Persons 35 to 54 Tues-Fri 2AM to 5:30AM)


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