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National Capital Radio & Television Museum
Check out the LINKS section of the website. "The National Capital Radio & Television Museum collects, preserves, and interprets artifacts, programming, and publications to educate the public about the development and impact of electronic media."
"Information on many old network radio programs (including some complete logs), OTR (old time radio), radio commentators and news events, chat room and FAQs, and more."
United States Early Radio History
"A wonderfully useful site which offers full copy of a variety of pre-1920 articles and documents plus the author’s valuable own research on early radio station list publications, call-letter policies, and the like."
Museum of Broadcast Communications
"The Museum of Broadcast Communications is the home of the Radio Hall of Fame and the prime backer of the multi-volume Encyclopedia of Radio and the Encyclopedia of Television"
A web-based news and culture magazine that covers all media. Includes reviews of film, television and radio, as well as discussions about the cultural impact of media.
This American Life
A weekly radio program that tells the stories of people in the United State.
On the Media
A radio program which discusses the impact of news and media on society.
National Public Radio
Great source for news and stories about how media impacts culture and society. Also, film and television reviews.