Nikola Tesla 1856-1943

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian­ American inventor who discovered the basis for most alternating-current machinery. In 1884, a year after coming to the United States he sold the patent rights for his system of alternating-current dynamos, transformers, and motors to George...

Streaming Radio Guide

Here’s an interesting link to a web site that registers all FCC licensed radio stations that also stream their programming on the web. Radio Stations Streaming On The Internet

Heinrich Hertz 1857-1894

This German physicist, who died of blood poisoning at age 37, was the first to prove that you could transmit and receive electric waves wirelessly. Although Hertz originally thought his work had no practical use, today it is recognized as the fundamental building...

Build A Home Studio

Here’s a great article on how to create your own sound booth at home to record your programming. Yes, you too can do a radio show, in your jammies at 2:00 a.m. in the comfort and convenience of your home. Check it out! Voice Recording In The Home...

Writing For Radio

Here is a great article about writing news bulletins for radio. When you click on the link, the document will open in a new window and you can save it to your desktop. You’ll also need a copy of the free Adobe Reader. Writing News Bulletins For...