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Organizations that advocate for public access and other changes and alternatives to the present media system.
Listings for radio programs and shows classified according to genre.

If your site makes complete recordings available only through purchase, please submit to Shopping/Entertainment/Recordings/.

Listings for radio programs and shows classified according to genre.
Please only submit educational and informational sites relating to the history of radio.
Listings for educational and informational sites relating to the history of radio.
This category is for Web resources pertaining to the radio industry.
Submit only sites of stations whose primary propagation is via the ionosphere (i.e. on-the-air), and which meet category description guidelines.
This category is for web sites of `on-the-air' shortwave radio stations - NOT for internet streaming stations. An on-the-air station is one that transmits signals physically through antenna into the ionosphere. Internet broadcasters that stream audio broadcasts do not belong in this category. Typically, signals from International Broadcasters are heard by the listener who uses a radio receiver, though many will also make their signals available via satellite and through the Internet. International Broadcasters are categorized in the following ways. a) Those shortwave radio stations, which target listeners in other countries. They include state-operated, private and religious stations, and include such stations as The BBC, HCJB Radio and Radio Korea International. Such stations are found on frequencies in the 49, 41, 31, 25, 19 and 16 meter bands, which are known as International Broadcast Bands. b) The second category includes shortwave radio stations that target national or regional audiences (i.e. within their own borders or to areas immediately adjacent.) Often called Domestic Shortwave Broadcasters, they use frequencies in the International Broadcast Bands and also in the 120, 90, 75 and 60 meters, which are called Tropical Bands. Broadcasters in this category include stations like CFRX Toronto, CX20 Montevideo, Radio Mosoj Chaski Bolivia and The Voice of Hope Lebanon. Because these stations are often audible to an International audience, they may be included here. A broadcaster that is available worldwide via the Internet, isn't automatically considered an International broadcaster. Appropriate categories for web casts, bit casters and live audio/video streaming exist in other categories, and are not appropriate here. Updated 2007/01/10 by editor dmoeller
Please do not submit direct links to a music stream. Sites submitted to this category should have information readily available about the type of audio, as well as a prominent and working link to the online broadcast(s). If the broadcast is only available at certain hours, please ensure the pertinent schedule information is available.

Please note: if the site you are submitting is about an MP3 stream only (such as a Shoutcast, Icecast, Winamp stream, Live365 relay or station, etc.), please submit it to the appropriate style in Arts/Music/Sound_Files/MP3/Streaming/Stations.

If the online broadcast only features music content, please submit your site to Arts/Radio/Internet/Music. If your site is a collection of links to radio stations/broadcasts from many sources, it might fit better in the Arts/Radio/Internet/Directories category. If your online broadcast is focused on a single genre, please submit it to the Radio (or similar) subcategory for the appropriate music style in Arts/Music/Styles.

This category houses sites related to online radio stations generally focused on more than one genre, including music and/or talk. For example, this may include a site with one broadcast covering news and playing music, or a site featuring several streams with a variety of talk and music content.
Do not submit business and advertising sites here. This category is strictly for jingles for entertainment purposes.

All business and advertising sites should be submitted instead to Business: Advertising: Radio Jingles.

Listings for radio jingles for archive and entertainment purposes.
This is not a category for radio or Internet stations of a news format, but for radio-related news and media.
Listing for radio-related news and media.

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Title: Name of Business or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Listings for individual radio disc jockeys (DJs) and other on-air talents/performers. Includes both local, national and international celebrities, as well as relative unknowns.
Companies which produce audio materials for radio and related use, either offering complete radio production services, or offering multiple services.
Listings of Radio & Internet Broadcasts from around the globe.
Listings for resources related to radio.

This category is for tributes to radio stations only. Tributes to radio personalities should be submitted instead to Arts: Radio: Personalities.

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Title: Name of Business or Organization

Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Listings for tributes to radio stations from yesterday and today.
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