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an independent, not-for-profit corporation, is the nation’s leading developer and supplier of non-commercial audio content. PRI’s programs are broadcast and streamed online by its 746 affiliate stations throughout the U.S. and Guam, and are available internationally through World Radio Network and nationwide via Sirius Satellite Radio.


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The Corporation for Public Broadcasting

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The Voice of America, which first went on the air in 1942, is a multimedia international broadcasting service funded by the U.S. Government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors. VOA broadcasts approximately 1,500 hours of news, information, educational, and cultural programming every week to an estimated worldwide audience of 125 million people.


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Pacifica Radio is a listener supported community radio network of commercial free stations that server their local communities and beyond. Pacifica is KPFA in Berkeley, CA; KPFK in Los Angeles, CA; KPFT in Houston, TX; WBAI in New York, NY; WPFW in Washington DC; and over 100 affiliate stations.

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United Nations Radio Library.

UN Radio Classics, an online archive of documentary and dramatic programmes starring Audrey Hepburn, Kirk Douglas and Bing Crosby, among many others.
These programmes, available free of charge with digitally remastered sound, offer a unique way of experiencing key historical moments of the United Nations and of the world throughout the second half of the 20th century.
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation

The ABC has grown remarkably since July 1, 1932. ABC radio first went to air at 8 pm on 1 July 1932, introduced by Prime Minister Joseph Lyons. Each State capitol had its own station, and there were relay stations in Newcastle and Corowa in New South Wales, Rockhampton in QUeensland, and Crystal Brook in South Australia. The foundations ofABC radio's programming style were laid in those early years - with music dominant, and sport, news, children's and talks programming throughout the schedule.
Celebrating 75 Years of ABC Radio

A multimedia timeline tracing ABC radio history from 1932 to today
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100 Years of Australian Radio History

The ABC then controlled twelve stations – 2FC and 2BL in Sydney, 3AR and 3LO in Melbourne, 4QG in Brisbane, 5CL in Adelaide, 6WF in Perth, 7ZL in Hobart and the relay stations 2NC in Newcastle, 2CO at Corowa, 4RK in Rockhampton and 5CK at Crystal Brook.

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Continuously On The Air Since Feb 12, 1931

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Arcane Radio Trivia
Jose Fritz's excellent blog at tenwatts is a fascinating well of arcania related to Radio.



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Barry Mishkind - The Eclectic Engineer and his wonderfully informative Oldradio.com site is a treasure for all Radio and Broadcasting historians.



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Bill Harris's amazingly informative Old Radio Remembered site is filled with articles about Vintage Radio. Don't be fooled by the apparent humility of the site. It's jam packed with info.



The Radio Museum
The Radio Museum is arguably the most extensive repository of international Radio hardware on the internet. To date they list 120 000 radio models including old time loop antennas, crystal receivers, speakers, radio amateur gear as well as tape recorders, record players, microphones, "boat anchors", etc



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Thousand Oaks Library Foundation
"American Radio Archives and Museum"




Jeff Miller's Radio Broadcasting History



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Lin Robertson's Old Time Radio Collecting Site


"Excellent All-Around Radio History and Education Source"



"The Golden Age of Radio"
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"A One Night Stand with The Big Bands"
The Golden Age of Radio with WTIC



In the 1970's, with declining listenership at night, WTIC in Hartford, CT, decided that there was a market for long-form shows that could be packaged and sold to sponsors.

Two of those shows were "The Golden Age of Radio" and "A One Night Stand with the Big Bands."

The original series were produced by Brian Hartnett, recorded and edited by Bob Scherago, Sam Balnius, David Kaplan, Dick Zwirko, Dick French, Ben Zinkerman, Fred Pearson, Ted Brassard, and others.










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