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Fun Radio Things To Do: Games, Charts, Screensavers, Turntables & More

When it comes to Radio, there's more to do than just listen. Play Radio games, see the latest Music Charts, Download Radio station screensavers, be the DJ and mix virtual turntables, vote or just read the latest polls on Radio issues, hear and watch the Virtual DJ, and just learn how to get certain things done in Radio like get the prize you won, get free publicity and more.
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  14. Virtual Turntables to Mix (12)
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  17. Polls About Radio Issues (16)
  18. Week's Dumbest Radio Stories (10)
  19. Radio and Zombies (5)

14 Radio Things That are Free
There's no free lunch in this world - but there are some freebies. Real, legitimate free stuff for the asking. Over the years I've come across some free radio things and I thought it was time to compile a list of some of the better ones. I hope you enjoy some of them.

Get Radio Copy, Recorded Sweepers, Airtime and More for Five Dollars
It seems like your dollars are worth less and less. Well, maybe you need to go over to fiverr.com where for just $5 bucks someone will write a radio commercial for your business, voice one, or broadcast it! Read more.

What Listeners Will Do and Say to Win Radio Contests
I used to think the "5 Stages of Death" represented what it's like for most listeners to try and win a radio contest. But, now I'm not sure if that model always applies. Let me tell you why.

Listeners' Most Memorable Radio Moments
Tell us about one of your most memorable moments listening to the radio. Maybe it was a deejay or radio personality who made a difference in your life, a radio contest you won, a radio station you fell in love with.

A Virtual Tour of an AM, FM, Satellite and Internet Radio (Part 1)
If you ever wondered what it looks like inside an AM, FM, Internet, or Satellite Radio station studio, here's a short virtual tour of a typical setup using photographs and featuring additional links to more in-depth information.

A Virtual Tour of and AM, FM, Satellite and Internet Radio (Part 2)
If you ever wondered what it looks like inside an AM, FM, Internet, or Satellite Radio station studio, here's a short virtual tour of a typical setup using photographs and featuring additional links to more in-depth information.

Getting the Most out of Traditional Radio During Bad Economic Times
Traditional AM and FM radio stations must be highly competitive all the time, even more during an economic turn down. Listeners (and advertisers) should use their clout to take advantage of all the freebies and opportunities being offered. Read more.

Using Google Earth to Find Radio Famous Radio Towers and Landmarks
Using Google Earth and its satellite photography you can travel the world and view famous radio station transmitters, towers, and landmarks. I've put together a few to get you started and have a few tips on how you can find any radio station tower easily using Google Earth. Go ahead: start your journey!

10 Great Radio Videos
Here are 10 music videos featuring "Radio" as the theme. I think they're pretty good for one reason or another. But, of course, that's just my opinion. Hit the links and view them online. Enjoy!

Radio Mythbusters: 9 Myths About Radio and the Real Truth
There are many myths and misconceptions that surround Radio. Some are quite old while others are very recent. Here are nine of the most prevalent Radio myths and the real truth behind them.

Paying to Get Your Music Heard Perfectly Legal in Online World of Internet Radio
Music companies have often been caught paying for their music to be played on terrestrial radio. That's called "Payola" and it's illegal. But, nobody said it was illegal to pay to have your music played on an Internet Radio network of over 50 stations. Whether you want to get your music in front of people or just want to hear new music for free, you might be interested in the American Idol Underground. Read more.

Radio DJ Deaths: The "Crash Curse" And Oher Awful Ends
Looking at the record, Radio DJs have had their share of untimely deaths - many due to auto and plane crashes, some because of suicides and even a freak accident or two. Read more.

Over One Thousand Top U.S. Radio Stations Now Interactive With 'YES'
Have you ever heard a song on the Radio but the DJ didn't announce who it was? Wouldn't it be great if you could look it up on the 'Net when you got back to a computer? Now you can with YES. Read more.

Truth or Fiction: Myths Uncovered About Radio and Clear Channel
You may think you know a lot about Radio. But, you also may be under some misconceptions about it. This short list of Radio Myths compared to facts will most likely surprise you.

Support Materials For Online Editing Course at Radio.about.com
This page contains support materials for the free online audio editing course offered by Radio.about.com.

"The Cash Cage" - Free Excerpt - Chapter 13
"The Cash Cage" is a book that reveals the inner workings of the Radio business penned by Corey Deitz, a 25-year veteran radio personality. Through his humorous and casual writing style you'll meet an army of wanderers who spin tunes, give the time and temp, take the requests and when the pressure is on are easily discarded by a cutthroat business that disguises itself as your favorite song.

"The Cash Cage" - Free Excerpt - Chapter 13
"The Cash Cage" is a book that reveals the inner workings of the Radio business penned by Corey Deitz, a 25-year veteran radio personality. Through his humorous and casual writing style you'll meet an army of wanderers who spin tunes, give the time and temp, take the requests and when the pressure is on are easily discarded by a cutthroat business that disguises itself as your favorite song.

"The Cash Cage" - Free Excerpt - Chapter 13
"The Cash Cage" is a book that reveals the inner workings of the Radio business penned by Corey Deitz, a 25-year veteran radio personality. Through his humorous and casual writing style you'll meet an army of wanderers who spin tunes, give the time and temp, take the requests and when the pressure is on are easily discarded by a cutthroat business that disguises itself as your favorite song.

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