The Broadcast Archive -
If broadcast history is your hobby, passion, or just today's matter of interest, this link may interest you! Their mission is to find and share information about the pioneer broadcast radio stations and current industry issues, as well as links and references to other locations containing accurate materials on broadcasting. The emphasis is on professional broadcasting, but can "wander" a bit from time to time.
The History of "Monitor" - It became the greatest show in network radio history, the forerunner of talk radio and one of the most-copied formats ever. Its creator, the brilliant NBC President Sylvester L. "Pat" Weaver Jr., described it as a "kaleidoscopic phantasmagoria." To the rest of us, it was simply, and wonderfully, "Monitor."
The Radio Attic - The best place on the Internet to find out information about old radios.
NBC Chimes - Detailed information about the famous three note chime that has been the long time trademark of NBC.
Radio Discussions - Where everyone discusses radio and TV broadcasting.
440: Satisfaction - Radio people database and deejays, news, sports, engineering, management, and support personnel by name, city or station.
History of American Broadcasting -
Early lists of radio/TV stations and articles about broadcasting history.
National Radio Hall of Fame -
Info on the history of radio and the people who helped to shape its history.
TeddWebb.com - Tedd Webb, as heard weekday mornings on Newsradio 970 WFLA-AM Tampa Bay, features "Where Are They Now?" and "Radio Memorabilia" pages.
Reelradio’s Top 40 Repository – The original radio aircheck museum of classic Top 40 Radio.
Old-Time Radio Shows – The original old-time radio web pages about programs from radio’s Golden Age.
Radiolovers – Hundreds of vintage radio shows to listen to online in mp3 format, all for FREE.
The Digital Deli Online - Where the Golden Age of Radio Meets the Digital Age.
The Kuppers Chronicles - An audio scrapbook by Rich Halten for his friend, former Lakeland, FL radio personality Jay Kuppers.
Norman Barrington's Radio Pages - An-depth coverage of jingles, including their history and an archive, by the former radio DJ.
Pams Productions, Inc. - The official website of the first production company to specialize in the creation of station I.D. packages for radio and TV.
Radio Spirits - Offering on CD and cassette a large selection of old time radio shows.
OTRCat.com - Dedicated to the preservation of radio's Golden Era. Stream or download full episodes in Mp3 from thousands of shows in all genres.
Nielsen Audio - The radio audience measurement people.
Radio-Locator - The most comprehensive radio station search engine on the internet.
Radio Archives - Dedicated to preserving our radio heritage using state-of-the-art digital restoration technology.
Jay Hickerson Publications - Jay is the author of various OTR publications, including "The 4th Revised Ultimate History of Network Radio Programming & Guide to All Circulating Shows," a 565-page reference book listing over 6,000 network, regional, local and syndicated radio programs.
Big Billy Love - Personal website for the former WHOO/Orlando 60's night jock.
Power 93 The Power Pig - Brian Holmes' tribute to Tampa Bay's legendary WFLZ-FM.
Mutual Broadcasting System Tribute Site - Kenneth Johannessen's love of the also-ran web that once called itself "The World's Largest Network."
RitaChristie.com - The alumnus of former Lakeland (FL) Christian FM 91.1 WCIE (Where Christ Is Everything) shares the story of her longtime radio and TV ministry in audio clips, a gallery of great photos, and more.
Mid Carolina Radio - A website for broadcasters, featuring the history of Alamance and Rockingham County stations of the past, told in text, audio and pictures.
Florida Radio Memories - Larry Flegle's Facebook radio page includes videos, photos, memorabilia, etc.
WKXY/Sarasota Tribute Station - Playing an eclectic mix of MUSIC from the 1950s through the 1980s with original station jingles (and more). Search for WKXY.
CedricHarris.com - Music, radio clips & airchecks, pictures, videos and more.
Tampa-St. Petersburg Broadcasting - Jeff Miller's Facebook page covering the Tampa Bay radio market.
Florida Low Power Radio Stations - A by-frequency compilation of Florida medium-wave (also known as AM or MW), shortwave broadcast feeder, Traveler's Information Stations (TIS), broadcast band FM (largely comprised of what most would consider pirate radio), and VHF band, along with other micro-broadcasters.
You may also want to visit these radio station tribute sites:
WQAM-AM 560 - Miami
WAPE-AM 690 - Jacksonville
WFUN-AM 790 - Miami
WYNF-FM 94.9 "95ynf" - Tampa
WGUL-AM 1500 & WGUL-FM 105.5 - New Port Richey
WLAC-AM 1510 - Nashville, TN
WGN-AM 720 - Chicago, IL
WJMA-AM 1340 & WJMA-FM 96.7 - Orange, VA
WCEN-AM 1150 - Mt. Pleasant, MI
WMTE-AM 1340 - Manistee, MI
WMIK-AM 560 & WMIK-FM 92.7 - Middlesboro, KY