Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Radio Stations Abandoned Decades Ago Are Still Transmitting And No One Knows How

The strange sounds from these un-owned radio stations keep internet sleuths up at night. Are they actually used for espionage?

Sports | Sports

Baseball on the Radio and the Lost Art of Listening

The world getting you down? Fight back by savoring an American tradition no amount of wokeness can take away: listening to a baseball game on the radio.

Music | Music

My City Was Gone (2007 Remaster)

Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner RecordsMy City Was Gone (2007 Remaster) · PretendersLearning to Crawl℗ 2007 Warner Music UK LtdLead Guitar: Billy Bremne...

Music | Music


Surf Rock Radio, the home of surf rock on internet radio.

Entertainment | Radio

Wolfman Jack XERB Mexico 1968

Wolfman Jack XERB Rosarito Bc Mexico 1968. 52 mins with some edits. Variable quality.

Entertainment | ENTERTAINMENT

How SiriusXM is dominating in the Spotify era

SiriusXM boasts less than half the subscribers as the most popular on-demand music streaming service, but SiriusXM is booming while Spotify continues to lose money. What’s going on here?

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Road to NAB: Podcasting With an iPad or iPhone | Other World Computing Blog

Earlier this month, the Rocket Yard hoped to launch some podcasting careers with a post teaching how to get started with podcasting. Now, there are some readers who may not own a Mac of any sort but would still like to be an online broadcaster.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Listen to a Blooper Reel from the Golden Age of Radio | Mental Floss

To have made it as an announcer during radio's golden age, you had to have a smooth, mellifluous voice, impeccable diction, and at least a decent grasp of world events. But even the best had their off days. In this YouTube compilation, newscasters from the Australia’s ABC News bungle through the daily news, slurring words, misreading sentences, and repeatedly mispronouncing the names of important people and places (is it “Vietnam” or “Viet-na-man”?).