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Radio Locator

Posted By On February 12, 2005 @ 2:09 PM In Cool Sites | Comments Disabled

This site is an excellent tool that anyone who listens to the radio should book mark. With multiple ways to search it is easy to use. The easiest way to search is to put in your city or zip code along with the state you live in and click go. This starts the search for what’s in your area. Then it lists all the local stations in your area and both am and fm radio. Once you find the station you are looking for click on the call letters for that station and you’ll be taken to their homepage. This is a great way to find out about the station you listen to, as well as some of the stations list what was playing at a certain time so you can find out the artist and song title if they didn’t say it on the radio. It is also a great way to find out what’s going in your community.

Or you can search for your station by call letters, or you can use the more advanced search if you still didn’t find what you were looking for. You can also search Canadian and International stations too.

Now say you want to find something to listen to online—well now you can! Just go down to the find internet streaming radio, choose a format from the drop down list, and click GO. I chose Adult Contemporary and hit GO and was listening to music in under three minutes. What’s more is that this option has tons of genres of music so you can probably find what will please your ears easily. Get this—they even have a section called Grade School (K-12) that you could play so your kids have music to listen to.

If you want to find something International, I highly recommend that you use the World Radio search option; it has a drop down list of countries for you to choose from. Just select the country you want and click go and you’ll be whisked away to that listing.

http://www.radio-locator.com/


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