Audio Links: Internet audio directories, broadcasters, and technology Audio Links - On Demand - Archives - Internet Audio Information Sources

Audio archives; these sites collect and organize archives of sound files and archives of old broadcast radio programs; see also podcasts for serial content created specifically for the Net
  • Internet Archive--Audio: archived audio and MP3 files; over 700,000 digital items including music, spoken voice, performances, radio, and more; part of the Internet Archive, an Internet library offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital form
  • Internet Archive--Radio: archived radio programs; over 2,000 items covering old time radio, contemporary radio programs, talk shows, and special collections like Rustbelt Radio and Mother Jones Radio; part of the Internet Archive, an Internet library offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital form
  • OTR.Net: Old Time Radio (OTR) Network Library; free resource for Old Time Radio fans; over 12,000 OTR shows available for instant listening; very clean design allows you to pick shows and episodes; shows include titles such as "The Jack Benny Show" and "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar"
  • Old Radio World: archive of some of the most popular radio programs of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s; also includes WW II news broadcasts and vintage commercials; good site design makes it easy to navigate
  • Hype Machine: rankings of music tracks discussed in selected music blogs; hype machine editors select music blogs and amplify music discussed based on their tastes and choices; tracks of interested are highlighted and available as samples; tracks are available for sale
  • Rhapsody: listen to a variety of music tracks; associated with RealPlayer; ad-supported, but free use (25 free plays per month); site uses a confusing system of popup windows and ads, making it hard to search for music and use
  • Jamendo: Creative commons music; all music is available to download use through one of several Creative Commons licenses or the Free Art License
  • MySpace: Music (primarily videos); select music videos to view on demand
  • Daytrotter: music sessions recorded in Horseshack studio in Illinois; unique collection of music with the feel of sitting at a live performance
  • Sound Files: section from MusicMoz--The Open Music Project; gives a run-down of different sound files available online and search links; including MP3, Samples and Loops, WAV, as well as genres like Jazz, Oldies, and Classical;
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