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Listen to live SXSW concerts with TuneIn

Can’t make it to Austin this year, or can’t make it across town because you’ve had too many tacos? Never fear – you can still catch up on this amazing list of bands with TuneIn.  Simply download TuneIn Radio and search for “SXSW” to hear these great live concerts. UPDATED WITH CBC SHOWS! ALL TIMES [...]

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“Attend” The Glastonbury Festival, avoid the mud

If you’re not one of the 177,000 music fans planning to camp out at Worthy Farm in Pilton, England for the renowned Glastonbury Festival this weekend, you can still hear all the great music. RadioTime has created a Glastonbury Festival channel, featuring the festival’s official radio station Worthy FM 87.7 in Pilton, as well as [...]

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RadioTime highlights for the week of June 21, 2010

by Scott Fleischer On Monday, Ozzy Osbourne visits Absolute Radio. The interview with Ozzy airs at 5 PM EDT. On Tuesday, Scissor Sisters perform in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. The performance begins at 6 AM EDT. On Wednesday, Laura Marling is the guest on WFUV’s “Words & Music from Studio A.” The show [...]

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RadioTime highlights for the week of May 24, 2010

by Scott Fleischer On Monday, “The Grateful Dead Hour” airs twice on GDRadio.net, it can be heard at 9 AM and 9 PM EDT. On Tuesday, Keane visits WFUV for a live performance and interview at Noon EDT. On Wednesday, Nada Surf is the guest on KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic.” The show airs at Noon [...]

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RadioTime Highlights for the week of May 17, 2010

by Scott Fleischer On Monday, Mumford & Sons are the guests on WFUV’s “Words & Music from Studio A.” The show airs at 9 PM EDT. On Tuesday, a 5 part documentary continues on BBC 6 Music about the life of Marvin Gaye.  Part 4 of the documentary airs at 7 PM EDT. On Wednesday, [...]

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Add “HoF” to Dan Halyburton’s name!

Congratulations to RadioTime’s own Dan Halyburton who was just inducted this week into the Country Music DJ and Radio Hall of Fame! Inductees are selected by the Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc., and the induction ceremony for the 2010 class was held at the Nashville Convention Center. Dan (that’s him third from the left), Mike Hammond [...]

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2009: a Big Year for News Radio

2009 was certainly a banner year for news junkies, with Barak Obama’s first year in office, two wars, the struggling economy and Michael Jackson’s death just to name a handful of 2009’s headline grabbers. Not surprisingly, people continue to turn to radio for news reporting and analysis, and the news format tops the RadioTime Top [...]

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RadioDNS!

James Cridland from the BBC has done a nice job organizing RadioDNS. They are defining open lightweight standards broadcasters can use to publish details of terrestrial programming. We love the open approach – no forms or fees. They are focused on solving specific real-world problems. RadioTime is an enthusiastic supporter in good company.

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Radio Host shakes up Bank of America for false arrest

Clark Howard, radio host and consumer advocate of The Clark Howard Show, took action after hearing about Matthew Shinnick and his fiasco with Bank of America. Clark Howard exhibited how a radio audience can make a big difference. Matthew’s Story Matthew used the popular website Craig’s list to sell two bicycles and received a suspicious [...]

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Life Before RadioTime on the Squeezebox

To follow the broadcast of radio on the Squeezebox, it was a real pain. Need proof? How about a head-to-head challenge… Imagine you are searching for a station that carries the Dallas Cowboys football games. Let’s count the difference in steps. Step 1: go to Google, or your favorite search engine Step 2: search for [...]

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