I mentioned MixCloud.Com before, but recently the posts are so great that I have to mention it again. MixCloud’s Retro Radio Joe (mixcloud.com/retroradiojoe) and Radio Maven 77 (mixcloud.com/rob-frankel) have both released material that is a virtual history of the top 40, freeform FM radio and the album-oriented radio so varied,Read More →

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[ad_1] LOS ANGELES, October 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Cinédigme, the leading independent streaming company serving passionate fan bases, today announced that The movie detective, the classic movie restoration and streaming company, launches its first classic podcast, The cinematic detective’s podcast, devoted to classic radio programs from the golden ageRead More →

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cinedigmethe leading independent streaming company serving passionate fanbases, today announced that The movie detectivethe classic movie restoration and streaming company, launches its first classic podcast, The Movie Detective Podcast, dedicated to classic radio programs from the golden age of radio. The FilmRead More →

[ad_1] The radio broadcast today is a mixture of news, talk shows and sports talk. During the “golden age”, radio played a very important role in our daily life. He provided a welcome diversion from the troubles of the day. Today, television has practically taken the place of radio asRead More →

[ad_1] “What’s old is new,” says Katherine Williams, drama teacher at Rainy River High School, of her students’ desire to produce a radio play to celebrate the holiday season. Teens from the Northwestern Ontario school collaborated with their peers from Fort Frances High School, located about 100 kilometers west ofRead More →

[ad_1] Actor Vincent D’Onofrio twice played Orson Welles, who in his youth was a pioneering radio producer with his Mercury Theater of the Air, forever known for his 1933 broadcast of “War of the Worlds”. But it wasn’t until last year that Mr. D’Onofrio recorded his own old-fashioned radio drama,Read More →

[ad_1] Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 20, 2005 Long before television’s “American Idol” became a mega-hit, there was a radio and television series that sparked the talent competition craze. It was called: “The original hour of the amateur”. Almost 50 major stars from film, record, stage, film and television madeRead More →