The Turmoil Radio Collection documents the world's longest running punk rock and hardcore music radio program. Founded by Steven Kreitzer, it aired on Stony Brook University's campus radio station, WUSB (90.1 FM) on Wednesday evenings (8 to 10 p.m.) from December 1980 through 2004. The collection is comprised of approximately 100 cubic feet of items that document the Turmoil radio program; contents include correspondence, business files, sound recordings, magazines, fanzines, posters, broadsides, ephemera, textiles, and artifacts.
Spoken word, Text, Perfomed music, and Still image
Photographic print, Text document, Pressed 78rpm disc, Pressed 45rpm disc, Analog audiocassette, and VHS (including SVHS and VHS-C)
Papers and recordings of radio personality and anchorman Mort Crim, known popularly as the inspiration for the Will Ferrell character in the Anchorman film. Crim was an alumnus of Anderson University and left his personal papers, recordings, and scripts to the University archives, where they are stored.
Performed music, Sounds (Other than music & language), Spoken word, and Text
Pressed LP disc, Pressed 78rpm disc, Pressed 45rpm disc, Optical disc (including CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD), Analog audiocassette, 8-track cassette, VHS (including SVHS and VHS-C), Betamax, Betacam (including Betacam SP), U-matic (including U-matic S), Open reel video, Photographic print, and Text document