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This part of the ODP contains links to college and educational radio stations. Links to certain college radio-specific organizations are also included.
This categry is for broadcast radio comedy aired on FM or AM. Sites for Old-Time Radio, general humor/comedy, or streaming audio shows should not be submitted here. Instead, please submit them to the appropriate sym-linked or related category.
Listings for broadcast radio comedy aired on FM or AM. Includes sound clips or links to them.
Commercial radio stations should submit in the appropriate Regional category instead of here. Also non-legal stations should submit to Pirate Radio category instead of here.
Radio stations that are legal non-profit (non-commercial), public access and community oriented. Also includes organizations that support community radio. Can include full-power stations, low-power micro radio or webcasting.
This category is for radio stations or programs which offer a wide variety of music styles. Radio stations and programs airing specific music styles should be submitted to the appropriate sym-linked category.

If it is an Internet-only music station or program, it should be sent to Arts/Radio/Internet/Music.

This category is for radio stations or programs which offer a wide variety of music styles. Otherwise, all specific music styles/genres will be redirected to the appropriate subcategory.
Websites devoted to old time radio (1920-1950's) radio dramas and recordings
Websites devoted to old time radio (1920-1950's) radio dramas and recordings
Please submit sites that pertain to Pirate Radio either by offering broadcasts or that are involved in the so called "Pirate Radio Movement."
Pirate radio is a term referring to non-licensed broadcasters of radio signals. In most cases, licensing is a legal requirement.
This category is for hard-to-classify radio programs that offer a wide variety. If your program is for a specific format: Talk, Music, Radio Theatre, etc, please submit to the appropriate sym-linked category (as noted by "@").
Listings for radio shows offering a wide variety.
Public Radio is an informational, educational, and entertainment medium not dedicated to turning a profit. Instead, it provides programming that is a service to the community and that is not available elsewhere.

The structure of this category and its sub categories is roughly as follows. Local public radio stations and radio show web sites sit in the main directory, with international, national, or regional networks getting their own sub categories. Should the number of local stations become unwieldy, a separate sub category should be created for them.

Public Radio is an informational, educational, and entertainment medium not dedicated to turning a profit. Instead, it provides programming that is a service to the community and that is not available elsewhere. The structure of this category and its sub categories is roughly as follows. Local public radio stations and radio show web sites sit in the main directory, with international, national, or regional networks getting their own sub categories. As times goes on, should the number of local stations become unwieldy, a separate sub category should be created for them.
This category is for radio theatre: audio dramatizations and audio-only performances broadcast over the radio or Internet.
Listings for audio dramatizations and performances broadcast over the radio or Internet.
Please only submit sites that pertain to the Sports Radio format, be it a Station site, a site for a radio show, or a broadcasting portal that is a combination of both. For the most part, sites about specific hosts are better fit in Sports/Resources/News and Media/Sportscasters unless they provide general sports radio news or topics.
Sports radio is an ever evolving format in the radio industry. Play-by-play broadcasts found online allow listeners from all over the world to hear a local event. Talk shows and caller driven sports radio allow the average fan to voice their opinion about a specific sports topic or issue.
Web sites for specific shows should be submitted to the appropriate Programs category. Programs related to a specific region should first be submitted to the appropriate Regional category.
This category is for websites relating to talk radio. These include, but are not necessarily limited to, shows, personalities, stations, production and technical sites.
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