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PUBLIC MARKS from garret with tags "radio programs" & "internet radio"

2011

SHOUTcast Radio - Set Your Default Player Settings

Mac instructions for importing a stream to iTunes: 1. To play a station in iTunes, select: Play Shoutcast Stations in default media player 2. Find a station you want to import Steps for importing (if station doesn't open automatically): 1. click station link to download the file to your desktop 2. create a new playlist in iTunes 3. drag the file from step 1 to the iTunes playlist

2010

Dandelion Radio | Internet Radio Station (inspired by John Peel)

"named after Dandelion Records, the label Peel ran from 1969-1973...we want to serve the needs of the people who create and distribute new and interesting music and provide a unique listening experience, with the spirit of Peel running through all we do. We could also tell you about all the strange, challenging, new, old and different music we play. And the exclusive live recordings and sessions we regularly feature. Or about how we are the official new home of John Peel's legendary Festive Fifty - a broadcasting institution since 1976." We broadcast our monthly shows consecutively, in a schedule that loops 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The new schedule begins at midnight on the 1st of every month.

2009

Pirate Cat Radio 87.9fm | streaming online

"an unlicensed low powered community radio station, broadcasting on 87.9 megahertz, to both the San Francisco Bay Area and the Los Angeles basin."

2008

Listen Here! | The Jazz Review | radio program/weekly podcast

Listen Here! is the jazz review radio program hosted by critics, friends and sparring partners Neil Tesser and Mark Ruffin. Listen Here! debuted in January 2005, as a high-energy one-hour show incorporating conversation, criticism, debate, recorded music, interviews, and occasional live performances from jazz venues around North America.

Dave Cusick's POST MODERN ROCK SHOW on KPSU

Playable archives (June 10, 2005 to July 27, 2007) of Dave Kusick's radio show on KPSU before its name was changed to That Sound. Visit http://www.thatsoundradio.com/ for recent shows or to subscribe to a podcast.

RadioWave | streaming radio schedule aggregator

"RadioWave aggregates schedules for different radio stations (currently 40 stations) to allow listeners to browse all shows across stations by day or hour. Stations format their schedules differently and those schedules are often difficult to navigate. RadioWave gathers the information in one place and with a single, simple formatting scheme. The RadioWave server stores future schedules (normalized to GMT) as they are available. The RadioWave site is organized under the following tabs: 1. The By Hour tab displays the schedule for streaming stations listed by hour and day. 2. The By Station tab displays the schedule for streaming stations list by station. 3. The By Person tab displays a catalogue of streaming and downloadable files listed by person. 4. The Files tab displays a catalogue of downloadable files listed by Web site. 5. The Search tab presents a search form to search streaming stations and downloadable files.

2007

That Sound | Dave Cusick's weekly radio show | KPSU

Listen to archives of Dave's excellent weekly radio show on KPSU that features recent music from mostly independent artists. Playlists are provided for each show, and include links to each band's website or Myspace page. You can also subscribe to a podcast for the show.

WNYU | student-run radio station | playable archives

Highly recommended: The New Afternoon Show, an eclectic mix of rock and related music. The only place in and around New York to hear the newest independent and imported sounds without chatter and filler. Three and a half hours a day of pure, unadulterated adventurous New Sounds. Each DJ adds their own perspective to give the show some nice daily variation. Plus ticket giveaways, interviews, guest DJ's and live in-studio performances by today's underground stars. A playlist with song information is available for each show.

2006

PublicRadioFan.com | Station Finder: Advanced Search

PublicRadioFan.com is possibly the most extensive up-to-date database of online non-commercial/public radio stations and programs on the internet. Search for stations by name, location, format (adult alternative, free-form, etc....), language, and/or streaming audio format. It can also tell you what radio shows are on now.

Free Radio SAIC | Internet Radio Shows

Experimental radio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Daily Planet | Perth, Australia | Mon-Fri Music Show

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"Since 1990, The Planet has provided a unique window into the world's diverse, traditional and innovative musics. Good players don't put music into little boxes, so we don't either. You'll hear jazz, blues, folk styles, art music and more. The best from all these genres is artfully combined: each show its own journey with a particular focus, but each one itself richly diverse, yet deliciously interconnected." Listen to archived shows.

Subcity Radio | Glasgow University's Student Radio Station

"Subcity Radio is the student radio station based at Glasgow University. For the past eleven years we have been pushing the boundries of student radio in all respects. Free from commercial restraints, we aim ourselves squarely at music lovers across Glasgow and beyond. With no set playlist and 90% specialist programming, you're sure to find something you like." Click on Listen Again for archived shows that you can listen to anytime.

Collective | BBC's Weekly Interactive Magazine

Each week, the BBC reviews new music, film, books, art and games. Listen to FULL tracks and mixes. Watch movie trailers and other video.

Just Off the Radar | WUGA - Athens, GA | Weekly Radio Show

"a weekly look at modern pop music outside the mainstream." Archives of past shows and playlists are available.

The Ongoing History of New Music | Radio Show/Podcast

"The Ongoing History of New Music is the longest running music documentary in Canada. Since its inception in 1993, Alan Cross the Program Director for 102.1 the Edge has written and produced 500 one hour episodes." [clickcaster]

PublicRadioFan.com | Program Schedule

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Find out what shows are currently on hundreds of public radio stations around the world. Search for news or music shows. Save lists of your favorite stations or shows.

Open Source | Radio Show/Podcast (4 times weekly)

"Open Source is a conversation, four times a week on the radio and any time you like on the blog. We designed the show to invert the traditional relationship between broadcast and the web: we aren’t a public radio show with a web community, we’re a web community that produces a daily hour of radio."

NO-FI "RADIO" | Weekly Radio Show/Podcast

A weekly show from Los Angeles. Plays music you won't hear everywhere else. (Real)

DavidByrne.com | Monthly Radio-Show/Playlist

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David Byrne's current listening playlists are posted at the beginning of each month. They stream for about three or four hours, and then recycle. Recent playlists have focused on: Latin Rock, Eclectic Pop, Country, Old School Club Music, Bob Dylan, Missy Elliot, and Psychedelic.