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The history of broadcasting is more than just laws and technobabble...don't forget the programming!

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1   Link   Yesterday USA
The best place to hear streaming old time radio programming 24/7 is at Yesterday USA.
2   Link   The Joy Boys
The Joy Boys, Willard Scott (yes, that Willard) and his partner, Ed Walker, were a fixture of Washington DC radio for more than three decades. This website celebrates the team with audio clips and pictures. Ed Walker may still be heard every Sunday evening on "The Big Broadcast", presenting classic old-time radio on WAMU, Washington and streaming on wamu.com.
3   Link   The Big Broadcast
A direct link to Ed Walker's Sunday night OTR broadcast at WAMU, Washington...
4   Link   Monitor Beacon
In 1955, NBC began a new effort to re-invent network radio. It was "Monitor", and it ran for nearly 20 years, with hosts ("Communicators") like Dave Garroway, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn, Bert Parks, Henry Morgan, and many others...
5   Link   Reelradio
Reelradio's "Reel Top 40 Radio Repository" is the ultimate collection of classic Top 40 radio airchecks from the 50's through the 80's. You'll also find many rare jingles and historic airchecks from Bing Crosby, Bob Crane, the assasination of JFK, and much, much more! Reelradio is now a subscription site, but it's well worth $15 per year...
6   Link   Old Time Radio Researchers
The Old Time Radio Researchers' mission is to promote the pleasure of listening to broadcasts from the classic years of network radio, by locating, restoring and encoding the shows, and making them freely available as mp3's. The group's website also has a large collection of radio magazines, all available for free download.
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