Friends and Favorites

http://www.musicfromangelfire.org

http://www.benfolds.com

http://www.thecomfies.com/

http://sydband.com/

http://www.matthewryanonline.com/

http://www.independentmastering.com/

http://dantyler.net/

http://www.claudiascott.com/

http://www.kevinwelch.com/

http://www.tammyrogers.com/

http://www.fugitiveglue.com/

http://www.bridgeofwings.com/

http://joemarcsbrother.com/

http://billworrell.com/

http://www.davidmead.com/

http://www.westernbeat.com/

http://www.lambchop.net/

http://www.sambakermusic.com/

http://gabedixonband.com/

http://www.alexharvey.net

Resources and Links

 

10 FREE web sites where you can post your songs. 
http://www.myspace.com/dahduke
http://www.garageband.com/artist/dahduke
http://www.purevolume.com/dahduke
http://www.urban-city.net
http://www.strumz.com
http://www.digg.com
http://www.betarecords.com/dahduke
http://www.radiofire.net
http://www.unsigned.com
http://www.indiecharts.com

Home Recording Advice

Setting up your room as a studio

Software

 

Why You Have To "Promote" Your Music To Radio (Valuable information from Airplay Direct) http://www.airplaydirect.com/

Now that you have taken the time to write, record and make a great record, you must put together a viable “plan of action” with respect to obtaining airplay if you hope to have any reasonable chance of success. One of the most misunderstood facts of marketing a record is how and why you must promote it to radio. Sending your release to radio, and actually getting airplay are two separate things. The most common misunderstanding of artists releasing music to radio is that they believe that if you send it to radio, and if everyone starts playing it, then it's a hit. And if they don’t start playing it, then it’s no good. This is not how radio works.

It is important to understand that radio is not going to play your music NO MATTER HOW GOOD IT IS unless you MARKET IT TO THEM.

Who Will Create And Execute Your Radio Campaign

The three biggest factors for you to consider are:

  1. The budget / resources available for radio promotion
  2. The amount of time you have to dedicate to your radio promotions campaign
  3. The end goal of your radio promotions campaign. What are you intending to do with these “radio results” to impact the rest of your “overall” music campaign / career? This is where you can really see the return on investment from your radio promotions efforts and results.

In any business, the more time and money you have to dedicate to a project, the bigger expectations you can have with respect to goals.

These radio results (spins, charting, station IDs, station interviews, station visits, and possibly... reviews in the radio airplay magazines) are best utilized to assist you in the on-going development and accomplishment of a more comprehensive and far reaching strategy for your music; such as selling CDs / merchandise, gaining a traditional (brick & mortar) distribution deal, a digital distribution deal, booking gigs or tours, CD / live performance reviews, to attract and/or impress professionals who can help your career; labels, newspapers, magazines, TV/film producers, managers, law firms, and investors who all know and understand the fundamental value of airplay.

As an independent artist or label there are two available options for planning and executing a successful radio promotions campaign for your music:

  1. You can retain a professional radio promotions firm to partner with you (for a fee)
  2. You can decide to be your own radio promotions firm

We recommend that you take the time to consult (consultation is typically free) with a professional radio promotions firm specific to your genre before you make this decision. AirPlay Direct can refer you to a reputable radio promotions firm if you do not already have one.

If you make the decision to plan and execute your radio promotions campaign yourself, below is a basic outline to guide you in your efforts. Keep in mind that this outline is a very basic self-help tool. Radio promotions firms and in-depth industry guides are much more comprehensive; however, this should provide some insight and guidance on the fundamentals.

Planning And Executing Your Own Radio Promotions Campaign

The planning phase of any successful radio promotions campaign is critical, especially if you intend to do it yourself. The steps below will guide you through the process.

  1. The first thing you need to establish are the goals for your radio campaign. Are you looking to achieve:

One is not necessarily better than the others; they have different purposes depending upon your goals. Below are some information / definitions that may help in your decision making process:

  1. Research
  1. Select an Add Date
  1. Don't Annoy Them!

 

Worldwide Music Distribution

AUSTRALIA
Only Blues Music
www.onlybluesmusic.com
and
Shock Records
www.shock.co.au

BENELUX
Munich Records
www.munichrecords.com
and
Bertus Distribution
www.bertus.com

CANADA
YDGS Imports
contact
sheila@sricanada.com

IRELAND
RMG Chart Entertainment Ltd
www.rmgchart.ie

FRANCE
Socadisc Distribution
www.socadisc.com

GERMANY
Rough Trade Distribution
www.roughtrade.de

ITALY
IRD
www.ird.it

SCANDINAVIA
Border Music
www.border.se

SPAIN
Popstock
www.everlastingrecords.com

UK RETAIL 

Proper Distribution http://www.properdistribution.com

Pinnacle Distribution
www.pinnacle-entertainment.co.uk

Cadiz Music Limited
info@cadizmusic.co.uk
www.cadizmusic.com

UK WHOLESALE

Proper Distribution http://www.properdistribution.com 

Cadiz Music Limited
info@cadizmusic.co.uk
www.cadizmusic.com

USA
Burnside Distribution Corporation
sales@bdcdistribution.com
www.bdcdistribution.com

 

Music Magazines and Sites

American Songwriter

Bass Player

Billboard Magazine

Dirty Linen

Downbeat Jazz

Drum Magazine

Finger Style Guitar

Guitar One

Guitar Player

Guitar World

Hyperactive Southwest Music Magazine

Inkblot Magazine

Jazz Improv

Jazz Online

Keyboard Mag

Mix Mag

Modern Drummer

Musicians Atlas

Performer Mag

Performing Songwriter

Pro Sound News

Rolling Stone Magazine

RootsWorld

Sell My Music

Sing Out

Vintage Guitar

Copyright Basics for Musicians

Disclaimer : I am not a lawyer, nor an expert on international copyright law, nor am I claiming to be, so although every care and caution has been taken to put this page together it is strongly recommended that you use other sources to clarify and confirm to your own satisfaction before acting on anything contained in this document. No responsibility will be admitted in any event.

A copyright is defined  as "exclusive right given by law for a term of years to author, designer, songwriter etc or his assignee (i.e. publisher) to make copies or give performances of his original work." What the rest of this discusses are the ways to to protect yourself if someone infringes that copyright. 

International copyright law is derived from an international treaty, commonly known as "The Berne Treaty"  There have, over the years, been many myths surrounding the various parts of copyright and some of them are covered very nicely by Templetons.  You need acrobat reader for international copyright issues

If you are worried about somebody "stealing" your unreleased song you will need to prove three things in court, namely

ACCESS. This is the first thing to consider. Can you prove that somebody has heard your song? There is no offence committed if any similarity is coincidental. So what you need to do is to keep a record of who has heard the song, when they heard the song, where they heard the song. If you can't prove access you won't win any court case. So,  keeping a paper and/or electronic trail will improve your chance of winning a legal action. There is an interesting article on creating a paper trail from Wallace Collins.

SIMILARITY. This relates to the words and melody only generally speaking, unless the riff/chord sequence is distinctive. It does not relate to the title of the song unless it is utterly distinctive (there's plenty of released songs called "I love You"). It's no good relying on your drummer's opinion, you will need a musicologist or two's opinion to back you up. A musicologist is a talking head musician and not a former member of Talking Heads. The following links explain, quite briefly how complex a subject this is, firstly, probably the most famous plagiarism case of all, George Harrison's My Sweet Lord and then the Repp -v- Webber Phantom Song/Til You . If you still want more information try Columbia University's discussion and questions, which includes a list of cases.

OWNERSHIP. This is probably the least important part of any plagiarism suit, but the most talked about. Different countries have different ways of dealing with it. I will recommend now that you should look to advice from a PRO (Performing Rights Organisation) in your own country to see what they recommend. The United States and United Kingdom are covered briefly below.

Some talk of posting to oneself in a self-sealed envelope (more commonly known as "poor man's copyright"). My colleagues and I have been unable to find a court case revolving around this in the United States, United Kingdom, or Australia. The failings of this system are it is too easy to tamper with. Proof of date and ownership is only the third thing that needs to be proven i.e.  if you have proven access (see above) to your song you have probably also proven date of creation and ownership already. By all means post yourself a copy of your works, but if that's all you are relying on you are wasting your time and money.

I shall cover two countries only for this, The United States, which has a government organized copyright office and any everybody in America and possibly anybody dealing with the States should read their FAQ. For the more adventurous readers you can read the whole US Copyright Act. The only further to thing to do is to point you in the right direction for The U.S. Copyright Office Library of Congress. One little tip, you can register a number of songs together as "a folio" rather than registering each song individually. I should also mention that registration at the US Copyright Office has no more legal standing than any other date stamping device it merely allows US resident song writers only to bring an action in their federal court as opposed to a state court. It also entitles them to seek the remedy of punitive damages, that is all. It has been pointed out in Billboard that not all songs in the Billboard top 100  are actually registered at the US Copyright Office, but, I daresay, they  all registered with the relevant collection agencies!

American Publishers and Labels could not care less whether or not you've registered your copyright with the Copyright Office. Publishers don't care, either. That's their job once they've secured a recording of the song.  Publishers never register copyrights for songs until they've been recorded, and even then, they often neglect to take care of this piece of business. 

The United Kingdom, and most other countries, do not have such a government-sponsored copyright office, and, strictly speaking, it is not necessary to have one. However, I note there are firms on the internet who offer short-term protection at rather extortionate rates. One of these doesn't look like it's going to be around long enough to satisfy the 5 years they promise. However, if you still feel you'd like a third party to hold your evidence of creation for you, there are two songwriter organisations who will do this for free - subject to you becoming a member at a reasonable fee. These are Guild of International Songwriters and International Songwriters Association - both have been around a number of years and look like surviving for many more and both offer tips where to pitch, ideas and interviews with songwriters, A&R men etc. For those that like to read the legislation the relevant UK legislation it is called Copyright, Design and Patents Act 1988 (c. 48)

Further myths. Music business people don't accept unsolicited material mainly because 1) they don't have time to listen to everything from everyone who wants to submit and 2) because they are afraid of frivolous lawsuits from amateur songwriters. 

Contrary to some rumors you might have heard, the music business is generally as honest as any other industry, so yes, there are one or two dubious characters, but the rest are fine, upstanding individuals who understand the difference between right and wrong. Make sure you get the right advice at the right time - which means INDEPENDENT advice which can cost money.

 Publishing basics

The following article was copied, with permission,  from Irene Jackson's . Please be sure to check Irene's other  helpful articles.

Irene Jackson's Home Page

First of all, I want to emphasize the fact that my experience with publishing has to do with having my music on television series, which is different in some ways from having a song contracted to a publisher. Most of what I've learned has been through connections with other published writers or publishers themselves. But I do occasionally get emails asking what publishing deals are, or how to "sell" their songs (you don't outright sell your songs, but more on that later)...and of course most people are curious as to how they can get a deal! Let's start at the very beginning and discuss what exactly it is. Warning: Music biz lingo ahead! I'll try to explain the terms that may be unfamiliar to you.

First of all, let's discuss what a publisher does. A publishers' main job is to create a catalogue (collection) of songs that they can pitch (promote) to artists or producers, anyone who might potentially get a song recorded or on a project. Larger publishers are often also connected with, or even a branch of, a record label. Kind of an "all in one" package. In this case, if a performing songwriter is signed to a label, her/his songs are usually published through that record label's publishing branch.

But many publishers are strictly in the business of creating their catalogue in the hopes of getting one or more of their songs on a hit record. Why? Because part of the money that is made from a successful recording goes to the publisher. This is how it works:

When a song gets on the radio it earns royalties. You've probably heard the word "royalties" before. Simply speaking, the song being "exposed" to the public in some way, either on radio or television, in a restaurant...wherever you hear music publicly, earns money. Any company or organization that uses music in some way as part of their business, has to pay a lump sum fee to a "performing rights organization" such as SOCAN, ASCAP, or BMI...every country has its own performing rights organization (PRO). This PRO collects information on when a song was played and how much, and distributes this money to its members (publishers, songwriters, etc.). The more exposure a song gets, the more money the publisher (and songwriter) makes. Bingo.

For the songwriter, the advantage to having a song with a publisher is that the publisher will hopefully have some good music business connections and will work hard to get the song on an artists' recording. They are interested in finding great songs! This is where you come in because you've got the great songs! But how do you find the publishers? How do they know about you?

One book I recommend you get yourself is called Songwriters' Market. Check your local bookstore, or buy it online from any number of online sites. Not only does it go into detail as to what a songwriter can do to get her/his song heard by publishers, but it actually lists names and addresses of publishers to send your songs to! There are articles written by people in the business and it gives you some standards to adhere to as far as looking and sounding professional (very important!) This book is a great place to start gathering information on the business side of songwriting.

How do you get a deal with a publisher? Well, first of all, let's discuss what a publishing deal is. There are basically two types of deals: a single song deal and a writer's deal. The single song deal is easier to get, and simply involves signing only one of your songs with a publisher. The writer's deal is extremely difficult to get...this involves essentially working for a publisher where the rights to all of the songs you write during this tenure are assigned to them. You do get paid, but only as an advance on potential future royalties. In other words, your songs have to eventually make money or they'll dump you! These days a writer's deal is even MORE difficult to get. Many labels and publishers are doing the ol' "downsizing" and employing fewer writers.

So let's assume that you're only looking for a single song contract. You make your list of publishers to send your demo tape to, you ship them off and you wait. You get a call from a publisher (hey, if that happens the FIRST time you send your song out, consider yourself either LUCKY or an incredible, undiscovered writer!!). The publisher says he's interested in the song and thinks he can pitch it to an artist who's in the studio right now and looking for more songs to consider recording. What happens next? The publisher sends you a contract, you are hopefully smart enough to take it to an entertainment lawyer (!!), you decide it's a good deal, you sign the contract, and voila! You have a publishing deal. Does this mean that the money starts rolling in? NO! The contract only gives the publisher the right to exploit the song for a period of time. "Exploit" seems like a dirty word, but it is the term used for trying to get a song heard. If during that period of time nothing comes of it, the contract runs out and the deal is off. That's it.

If, however, the publisher manages to get someone interested in your song...what happens next? Does this mean the money starts rolling in now? NO! The producer/artist/record label has simply put the song on "hold". A hold means that the publisher promises not to pitch the song anywhere else until the artist/producer, or whoever, decides if they want to use it. It sits in limbo until the decision is made one way or the other. If they decide to record it, you're in business! Does this mean the money starts rolling in? Not yet. Once the song is on a CD and then manufactured, the first money you'll see is a part of the mechanical royalties. Usually there is a contract between the writer/publisher and record label or artist for these royalties. The last I heard, mechanical royalties are just a little over 7.5 cents per CD. If they manufacture 10,000 CD's, you'll get a part of $750.00. In some cases, the publisher splits that with you. Doesn't sound like much, does it?

What about radio airplay? Since most royalties come from that, you'd be really interested in your song getting on the radio, wouldn't you? But that only happens if your song is chosen as a "single". The record label decides which songs would be good as singles, songs that are chosen to represent the CD. If your song is not chosen as a single, you won't see much in the way of royalties, certainly not to begin with. OH, it's a long and complicated process, isn't it? :-)

Next, if the song DOES get some airplay, eventually you might see some royalties. Might? Well, you have to get a LOT of airplay for your song to be noticed. In Canada, where I live, radio stations send in a sample log to SOCAN (the PRO) once a month. What's a log? It's a stack of papers that show the songs and commercials and everything that was broadcast on that station for a day. The log that they send in has to have your song on it, in other words, it had to be played on that radio station that day for it to even show up as having had airplay. If your song played the day BEFORE, well, you're outta luck! Doesn't sound very promising, does it? Sometimes it takes months for a song to catch onto the listeners out there...sometimes a radio station will give up on it long before that. Not only that, but politics are involved. Record labels work hard at convincing radio stations to play their artists latest recording, but the programming managers at the station have to like it. Arrgghhh....! Let's get back to the publishing deal...

All single-song contracts should have what is called a "reversion clause" written into it. Be aware of this! A reversion clause means that after a period of time (could be 6 months, could be two years) if the publisher is unsuccessful in exploiting your song, you get the publishing rights to the song back. Then you start all over. There are many songwriters out there with single song contracts, getting the song on a recording is much more difficult. A lot of publishers these days are working on getting songs placed in movies...this is another way for the song to earn money. Although movie theatres do not pay royalties like radio or television stations do, the song would be recorded on the soundtrack as part of the movie promotion. Just about every movie has a soundtrack these days! Getting your song on a television show is another way that you can earn royalties. I wrote music for several television series'...everytime that music plays, I get royalties! The beauty of my situation is that I am my own publisher, so the most I end up doing is paying a part of the publisher's portion of the royalties to the producers of the series. This is a slightly different situation than the publishing deal you're likely in search of. But as you can see, there are all kinds of possibilities out there.

Some things to be aware of:

If a so-called "publisher" asks you for money to record your song, or for any other reason...RUN THE OTHER WAY. This is NOT what a legitmate publisher will do. You should NEVER pay money to a publisher for anything! If they want to re-demo the song, they will do it themselves.

If a publisher wants to "buy" the rights to your song...again, RUN THE OTHER WAY. A legitimate publisher knows that you can't buy people's rights from them. It is not done. Well, maybe in some countries, but don't be fooled!

Most publishers listed in Songwriters Market are legitimate...occasionally you'll come across one that isn't. How do you know? When they start making all kinds of promises to you. The old saying "If it sounds too good..." you know the rest. For the most part, it is not in a publishers' best interest to start a bad reputation! They want to develop a good relationship with you, one that will benefit everyone.

Most publishers will want ALL of the publishing rights to your song. You may have heard of situations where songwriters own some of their own publishing. They are usually well-established songwriters who have a little more clout and can negotiate these kinds of deals. In the beginning, expect to compromise to some extent. Do you want a deal, or would you rather not? This is often what it comes down to. Later on, when you're a famous writer :-) you can get yourself a better deal!

Is a publishing deal all it's cut out to be? That's up to you. In my case, I'm a performing songwriter and not as anxious to get published because I perform them myself. That doesn't mean I won't in future, but for now, it's not in the cards. If you are not a performing songwriter, the only way you're going to get your songs heard is by somebody else performing them. You may be able to find a group or an artist on your own! That's the sign of a savy songwriter! But if you've decided you'd prefer a publishing contract, and after this article STILL think you want to pursue it, here are a couple of other resources you might check out:

For a more thorough description of royalties and how to get 'em, read Nancy Reese's article for the Muse's Muse...Publishing 101.

Robert Carter has also written an article for the Muse's Muse explaining the sources of Publishing Income.

In fact, for a whole bunch of questions about publishing and copyright, why not take a cruise through Nancy Reese's many Q&A articles for the Muse's Muse...you might find your answer right here!

Here is a massive list of contract samples! Band Radio has compiled a huge list of all kinds of contracts, including a publishing contract. Look for "Single Song Option (reversion)" near the bottom. This is and addendum to the publishing contract with the reversion clause I mentioned. There are also sample "mechanical rights" contracts.

Want a little taste of what it's like to actually sit in front of a publisher? Here's an article called the Oooh Factor. If you're still gung ho after this read, you're halfway there!

Hopefully, this information will give you a little insight into the mysterious world of publishing...Good Luck!

Legal & Support

In this bunch of links you should be able to find the answer to every legal question regarding copyright, ownership, together with songwriter/musician support organizations. 

Copyright/Royalty Collection Agencies

Songwriter & Musician Organizations

Legal Advice/Sites

UK specific sites

 

Collaborators' Agreement

 

 

 

Songwriting Partnership Agreement

 

This agreement dated this            day of                               ,  200    ,    

 

Made between

 

(1)………………………………………………..…………………………              

 

Whose usual residential address is

 

 ……………………………………………………............................……

 

(hereinafter called “the first party”) and,

 

(2)………………………………………………..…………………………

 

Whose usual residential address is

 

 ……………………………………………………............................……

 

(hereinafter called “the second party” )

 

in respect of the musical composition known as :

 

………………………………………………………………………......................................

 

(hereinafter referred to as “the Said Work”)

 

 

WHEREAS IT IS HEREBY AGREED as follows:

 

1.    The parties to this Agreement shall own the Said Work jointly.

 

2     All monies, receipts, benefits, benefits in kind or other remuneration, whether of money’s worth or otherwise received in respect of the said work shall be divided between the Parties in the following proportions:

 

50% (fifty percent) to the First Party, and

 

50% (fifty percent) to the Second Party.

 

3.    The Parties to this Agreement may jointly make any alteration to the Said Work, or allow others to do so, but any such amendment, alteration, or otherwise shall not affect the contents of clause 2 herein.

 

4     The parties to this Agreement may jointly or separately promote the said work, or allow others to do so, but neither party may commit the other party to any expense, loss of earnings from the Said Work without the consent of the other party, save that no reasonable request for consent shall be withheld.

 

5     The period for which this Agreement shall remain in force is 5 years, or is mutually cancelled by the consent of both Parties in writing, or this Agreement is superseded by a Publishing, Recording or other Contract with a Third Party.

 

6      At the end of the five-year period, either party shall be entitled to demand the return of their component part in the Said Work, by notice in writing, posted in an pre-paid envelope and sent by registered post within a period of thirty clear days immediately following the fifth anniversary of the date of this Agreement.

 

7.     Any further changes to this Agreement shall only be validated by  written agreement signed by both Parties and duly witnessed and dated in a like manner to below.

 

In witness to this said Agreement: -

 

Signed (by the First Party) ................……………….............………………….

 

Witnessed this day by (signed) ……………………........……………………

 

Name and address of Witness:

 ………………………………………………………………………………..

 

Signed (by the Second Party) ……………………………………………….

 

Witnessed this day by (signed) .............……………………………………...

 

Name and address of Witness:

 ………………………………………………………………………………..

 

Promotion, uploading songs

So you think you are ready to go public with your music - here's a bunch of sites to help with getting opinions, places to get people to hear and places you can promote yourself or your band.

Critique Boards

Places to upload your music

How to stream songs from your own webpage.
you create a text file called songname.m3u, and place it in your web audio directory. The file contains the absolute reference for the songpath, e.g.

http://www.yourwebsite/audio/songname.mp3

then you hyperlink your html to songname.m3u

Promotion

 

Creative

For the Wordsmith

 

For the Music Master

General Songwriter Advice/Groups

Fellow Songwriters with helpful tips/links

 

 Musicianship

 

Find a tutor

Ear Training

Singing Advice/Help

Piano Sites

Guitar Sites

Drum Lessons/Help

Harmonica (Harp)

Saxophone

 Internet Music Stores 

 

Technical songwriting blunders

      

The following is an extract from the website of www.completechords.com as part of an article called 10 technical blunders where it can be read with additional  information. 


* These studies compared two groups of songs:

1. The "Great Song" Group: A sample of the world's greatest songs by the world's greatest songwriters, including Lennon & McCartney, Cole Porter, Joni Mitchell, Jagger & Richards, Smokey Robinson, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Hank Williams, and others.

2. The "Ordinary Song" Group: A sample of typical songs that songwriters and bands release independently, or send as demos to record companies, music publishers, producers, and established recording artists, in hopes of getting signed to a song publishing deal or recording contract.

Based on the preliminary findings of this research, here are just ten of the many technical blunders songwriters make, and how to avoid making them. (The final results, to be published in 2005, may vary from these preliminary findings.)

USING MUSICALLY UNPALATABLE CHORD PROGRESSIONS
* Songwriters who have no knowledge of the Harmonic Scale tend to write, clunky, musically unpalatable chord progressions. Such progressions mitigate against the human brain's natural tendency to want to process intervals and harmonies that reflect simple frequency ratios. 

* We found that the chord progressions of "Great Songs" tend to follow the natural clockwise flow of the Harmonic Scale to a much higher degree than "Ordinary Songs:

INCORPORATING TOO MUCH "UNIQUE" MELODY
* When you take the entire vocal melody of a three or four minute song and subtract out all the repetitions of the melodic parts, you have the core "unique" melody of the song. In this study, Great Songs averaged only about 20 seconds of unique melody. Ordinary Songs averaged 38 seconds-nearly twice as much unique melody:

* Human short term memory lasts only a five to seven seconds. Your short term memory (and the collective short-term memory of your audience) can only hold a few pieces of information. (That's why, for example, telephone numbers-exclusive of area code-are only seven digits long.)

* In pre-literate times, songs served the purpose of transmitting news. Any successful song really functions as an elaborate mnemonic device. It employs as many memory-helping elements as  possible-rhyme, regularity of rhythm pattern, repetition of catchy melodic phrases, etc.

* Songwriters who are not aware of the importance of short term memory limitations overload their tunes with too much unique melody. They do this to try to prevent the song from becoming monotonously repetitive. Big mistake.

* You can avoid this by repeating only a few unique melodic phrases many times throughout the song.

* You can use many other ways to create variety. For example, you can modulate to other keys, use variant chords, or introduce chromatic chords.
.
EMPLOYING A MUSICALLY UNPALATABLE MELODIC RANGE
* We found that most Great Songs have a melodic vocal range of 12 to 17 semitones (the pitch range of the lowest lead vocal note to the highest lead vocal note, ignoring all vocal harmony).

* By contrast, Ordinary Songs tend to have much greater variability of melodic range. Many have a melodic range of fewer than 12 semitones or more than 17 semitones. Make sure your songs are singable by just about anyone, without being too limited. Keep the melodic range to a comfortable 12 to 17 semitones.

FAILING TO FIRMLY ESTABLISH TONALITY
* We found that Great Songs establish tonality quickly and maintain it throughout the song, even with modulating to other keys.

* Many Ordinary Songs often lose their way and fail to firmly establish
tonality (40% of the time): You can avoid getting lost like this by understanding the meaning of tonality and its importance, and by using the tonic chord emphatically and "pointing" to it via use of the V or V7 chord.

NOT BUILDING IN ENOUGH SEQUENCE-TYPE REPETITION
* A sequence is a melodic or harmonic phrase or configuration that gets repeated at a different pitch.

* For example, in the Lennon-McCartney tune, "Eleanor Rigby," think of the melody that goes with the words, "Picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been." The three notes corresponding to the words
"rice in the"
form a sequence that gets repeated on the words
"church where a",
then on the words
"wedding has."

* Using sequences like this enables you to repeat melody, but not exactly note for note. Sequence introduces variety while preserving necessary repetition (unity). We found much more sequence-type repetition-about three times more-in Great Songs than in Ordinary Songs:

PAYING INSUFFICIENT ATTENTION TO METRICAL CONCORDANCE
* We found that in Great Songs, the melodic line and the lyrical pattern adhere closely to the same metrical structure. We did not find this to be the case with Ordinary Songs:

* Songwriters find it easier to write lyrics that do not closely agree with the melody line. It's like writing prose. But in a musical context, it's harder for a listener to remember such lyrics because the irregular meter keeps forcing revisions to the melody.

* To avoid this problem, take the time to sweat out lyrics that adhere closely to the same metrical pattern as the melody line.

WRITING IN 4/4 METER EXCLUSIVELY
* All of the Ordinary Songs in this study were found to be in 4/4 time. However, the Great Songs showed metrical variety. While most were in 4/4 time, nearly a quarter were in 3/4 or 6/8 time:

FAILING TO EDIT LYRICS THAT GO ON AND ON AND ON
* We found that Ordinary Songs have less lyrical repetition and are longer than Great Songs. With Ordinary Songs, the overall effect is verbosity. The cure here is pretty obvious: focus the subject matter more tightly, edit out trivia, repeat emotionally powerful words, phrases, and lines.

NOT UTILIZING CONNOTATIVE LYRICAL ELEMENTS
* We found that the lyrics of Great Songs demonstrate more and better use of the connotative elements of language. These include:
1. Words with high emotional impact.
2. "Personal" words- i.e., words that specifically reference people, as opposed to ideas such as political messages, or inanimate elements such as landscapes. 3. "Personal" sentences- i.e., questions, commands, interjections, fragments, dialogue, etc., as opposed to straightforward declarative sentences.
4. Concrete words-words that appeal to the senses (especially the sense of sight), as opposed to abstract ideas and concepts.

SPENDING MORE TIME AND ENERGY ON RECORDING THAN SONGWRITING
* The Ordinary Song demos and independent releases we studied tended to be slickly produced. The songwriters who made them were obviously spending way more time and energy (and money) on getting perfect recordings of ordinary songs than the other way around.

* T-Bone Burnett, ace producer of dozens of great albums (including the movie soundtrack, "O Brother, Where Art Thou"), put it this way: "These days, instead of musicians playing instruments, instruments are playing musicians."

* Bob Dylan once commented: "See, when I started to record, they just turned the microphones on and you recorded . . Whatever you got on one side of the glass was what came in on the controls on the other side of the glass."

* The truth is, anybody can write a song in 10 or 15 minutes. Writing "a song" takes no special talent whatsoever. The same goes for painting "a picture" or writing "a poem." Anybody can create a mediocre piece of "art" in a few minutes.

* The real question is the question of quality, substance, emotional staying power. Most songs written in 15 minutes, "in a burst of inspiration," actually sound mediocre to everyone except the songwriter and his or her family members and acolytes.

* The way to overcome songwriting mediocrity is to get educated about techniques you can use to compose effective music. 

* A truly great song will sound brilliant with nothing more than a guitar-and-vocal or keyboard-and-vocal presentation. Vocal skill matters little. Reverb matters less. Only the tune, the chords and the words really matter. If the song does not make it in a bare-bones rendition, it does not make it.

 

Film Media Publishing and Grant Resources

New Mexico Film Directory & Website http://www.nmfilm.com

 

  1. New Mexico Film Directory & Website
    The New Mexico Film Directory is published annually and is the official directory of support personnel, businesses and resources in the state. To receive a copy, please contact the New Mexico Film Office, 505-827-9810. The New Mexico Film Office website serves as a hub for independent filmmakers in New Mexico. In the For Locals section, we list state and national resources for filmmakers and post announcements of upcoming productions and industry events. The web's Screening Room is available for local filmmakers to screen their films on-line. Just click on Screening Room and it will take you through the steps of how to download your film. The Community Forum is an open-discussion bulletin board for New Mexico filmmakers. This is a forum allowing local filmmakers to discuss technology, find equipment or just post a question. Click on Community Forum and follow the steps on how to submit a posting.

    Click here to list on our...
    If the online form does not work for you, download the PDF

  2. Film Office Resource Database
    The New Mexico Film Office keeps an internal resource database of businesses and filmmakers statewide. The New Mexico Film Office uses this mailing list for general events, industry meetings, and directory applications are also taken from this resource database. If you would like to be added or update your information call 505-827-9810.

  3. Searchable Web-based Location Library
    The entire New Mexico location library of digital photos is available to local filmmakers through our website; to access this library just click on Locations. If you are having trouble finding the perfect location for your next project, you can search our location library using specific cities or key words to find just the right look. Please call the Film Office to receive the contact information on the location you are interested in.

  4. Industry Meetings
    The New Mexico Film Office holds an annual statewide industry meeting. This meeting allows the Film Office to brief the community on our marketing efforts and allows us the opportunity to listen to feedback from the film & television community. The annual meeting is held each spring; please watch our website announcement board for the next date and time.

  5. Seminar Program
    In 2005, the Film Office launched a New Mexico Filmmakers' Seminar Program. The program is a series of educational seminars, where a veteran in the field shares their experiences with local filmmakers. Directors, producers, writers, distributors will speak at workshops around the state in a discussion format. Seminars are meant to educate and inspire local filmmakers. Watch our announcement board for upcoming seminars.

  6. Native American Casting Database
    In an effort to promote New Mexico's indigenous people, a database of 1,200 Native Americans from more than 20 tribes is available at no cost to casting directors and is searchable by age, gender, tribe, and location. Currently, the database may be used by visiting the New Mexico Film Office or calling 505-827-9810.

  7. How to get work as an Actor or Extra
    If you are interested in obtaining work as an extra please contact one of the Casting/Extras companies listed under Crew in the Filming in New Mexico section. Many casting agents like to keep photos and contact information on file. For acting roles and work as an extra please contact a local New Mexico talent agency. You can find a listing of them under Production Services.

    For Screen Actors Guild (SAG) information please contact New Mexico's Branch President, Tom Schuch 505-873-4831 or visit www.sag.org.

Other New Mexico Resources and Professional Organizations

  1. IFP (Independent Feature Project) - New Mexico Chapter
    For more information on New Mexico's local IFP branch contact: ifpsantafe@yahoo.com or call 505-930-3690

  2. Women In Film - New Mexico Chapter
    Mission statement: "We are a New Mexico-based outreach network committed to the professional development and achievement of women in film and TV, through mentorship, networking, education, and community." This organization is for professional women currently working in the industry. To learn more about WIF in New Mexico, email: newmexicowif@msn.com; Web: www.nmwif.com

  3. IATSE Studio Mechanics Local 480
    The office is located at 2001 Chamisa St., Upstairs, Santa Fe NM
    Office Phone: 505-986-9512; Office Fax: 505-986-9513
    Business Agent: Jon Hendry 505-670-7381
    Web: www.iatselocal480.com


  4. Screen Actors Guild
    The New Mexico Branch of the Screen Actors Guild is overseen by the regional office in Denver, CO.
    (800) 724-0767
    www.sag.org
    The New Mexico Branch President is Tom Schuch, 505-873-4831.

  5. New Mexico Music Commission
    Nancy Laflin, Director
    www.newmexicomusic.org

 


NATIONAL RESOURCES, ORGANIZATIONS, PUBLICATIONS, & GRANTS

General Resources

American Humane Association
If you are using animals in your project, contact the American Humane Association at www.americanhumane.org/film.

Indiewire
Includes reviews, interviews, and links. IndieWire is a forum for indies looking for festival and contest deadlines, discussion, classifieds, and more. Sign up to receive the daily dispatch.

Internet Movie Database
A searchable database that includes thousands of movies. This site also has a section specifically devoted to independent film. Special indie features include a weekly "ask the filmmaker" section with well-known independents.

Filmmaking.tv
Filmmaking.tv is all about learning the business. It organizes lists of links that range from screenwriting to editing, distribution to collecting, and festivals to jobs.

Film-411
A link to film magazines, festivals, organizations, production companies, film equipment providers, and more.

Film Festivals.com
An information resource focusing on film festivals around the world, this site offers information, links and contact details for a staggering number of film festivals.

Filmmakers.com
A news site for would-be filmmakers and screenwriters, Filmmakers.com also features film industry announcements as well as a ton of resources and listings.

SCREENsite
Created by the University of Alabama, this site is a resource for film and TV education with an exhaustive list of links to journals, film databases, and filmmaking resources.

Microcinema International
Microcinema International organizes international screenings of independent films, videos, and digital art. Its website provides a screening schedule as well as information on their "Independent Exposure" series.

Media Organizations

Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF)
The AIVF site offers insight into the industry through its film and video monthly, The Independent. This site also includes discussion boards and information about AIVF's advocacy projects.

Independent Feature Project
The site offers in-depth feature articles about independent film and filmmaking as well as other information and networking resources.

International Documentary Association
The IDA is a membership organization that supports makers of non-fiction film. Their free public site also offers a month-by-month resource for funding application deadlines, as well as information about film events, classes, and more.

MediaRights.org
This site promotes outreach for social issue documentaries. It offers extensive database resources for finding documentaries, non-profit organizations, media makers, and more.

National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture
NAMAC has a huge searchable directory of media organizations and filmmaker-friendly links. The site also offers member-only technical assistance boards and discussion groups.

Sundance Institute
Sundance Institute programs offer financial and creative support for independent screenwriters, filmmakers, composers, and others. Find out more about their "lab" projects and famous film festival.

Publications (Print and Online)

Cineaste
This quarterly publication focuses on the art and politics of cinema.The site offers a handful of articles online and a brief summary of the archives.

Film Comment
Published bimonthly, Film Comment provides articles on art, entertainment, and the industry of filmmaking. Shortened versions of the print articles are available online.

Filmmaker Magazine
The online version of this print quarterly offers interviews and articles about independent films and filmmakers, it also provides a list of extensive resource links.

The Hollywood Reporter
The industry publication focuses on the business of film, television, and music. The online version includes a message board, resource links, an industry directory, and more.

The Independent
The Web site version provides selected articles about public television, documentaries, productions issues, interviews, and more.

International Documentary Magazine
The monthly periodical covers the current documentary film scene, profiling documentary makers, and funders.

Millimeter Magazine
Specializing in production and post-production of television, film, and commercials. The website provides selected material from the print version as well as a production buyer's guide.

Moviemaker
This magazine covers the art and business of making movies; it also has information on submitting to upcoming festivals.

Release Print
Film Arts Foundation's monthly print magazine profiles indie filmmakers, provides how-to articles, and contains listings for festival calls.

res
This is a resource for digital media and filmmaking, focusing on the technological and creative evolution of innovative art and artists.

Variety
A major mainstay of the industry, the website offers breaking headlines and articles about film, television, music, books, and more.

Funding/Grant Information for Filmmaking

  1. Academy Film Scholars Program
    Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences sponsors this $25,000 grant for established film scholars. Download the application.
  2. Alabama Humanities Foundation - Grants Program
    Non-profit organizations are applicable for grants from this foundation, this site provides the guidelines for the application process.
  3. Animating Democracy Initiative
    Read about grants offered by this arts advocacy program sponsored by Americans for the Arts.
  4. Asian American Arts Foundation
    Northern California based, this nonprofit organization encourages excellence in the arts in the form of financial support and public recognition.
  5. CPB - Funding Educational Programs
    Corporation for Public Broadcasting offers grants to producers of educational programing. Learn about the current fund, including application information.
  6. Creative Capital
    Organization provides grants to film, video, and new media artists. Learn how to apply and get profiles of grantees.
  7. Ford Foundation Media, Arts and Culture Grants Database
    Browse a directory of grants for artists in many fields hosted by the organization dedicated to democracy and international cooperation.
  8. Frameline Completion Fund
    Learn about this grant that assists lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender film and video makers in completing their projects. Also, meet past winners.
  9. International Film Seminars - Scholarships
    Organization sponsors several grants and fellowships for filmmakers interested in the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. Download applications.
  10. Media Artists Resource Center - Grants
    Review the guidelines for application to this grant program funded by the film and video maker support organization in St. Paul., MN
  11. New York Foundation for the Arts
    Offers financial and informational support to the artists in New York State and throughout the United States.
  12. Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities - Grants
    Get deadlines and an application checklist for the grants offered by this organization for fields like media production and script development.
  13. Solaris Entertainment
    Solaris offers a "Finishing Fund" to support fellow indie filmmakers who seek the resources necessary to complete their films. In addition to financing the completion of these films, Solaris offers the expertise necessary to help navigate the post-production waters, enabling filmmakers to get the film they envision to the market in the most effective way. They will assist in the films' promotion, festival strategy, and sales strategy.
  14. Southern Humanities Media Fund
    Grant awards approximately $110,000 to support production costs of one to three significant regional media projects. Learn how to apply.
  15. Squeaky Wheel - Opportunities
    Media arts center lists opportunities for artists, including calls for work, a residency program, and exhibition possibilities.
  16. WriteMovies.com - Short Film Contest
    Screenwriter consultants sponsor this contest for short films and videos, awarding $500 and industry exposure to the lucky winner. Learn about the rules and entry fee.

Americana Radio Directory

Below is a list of stations that are known to play Americana music. While these stations may not play Americana all the time, they at least present it regularly. If you don't see a station that you know plays Americana, email us. Include the station's name, call letters, and website.


Jump to state:

AL 


WYDH - 105.9 FM
Atmore, AL

AZ


KRXS - 97.3 FM
Town and Country
Globe, AZ
[website

KXCI - 91.3 FM
Community Radio
Tucson, AZ
[website] [listen now]

CA


KPFA - 94.1 FM
Free Speech Radio
Berkeley, CA
[website] [listen now]

KWMR - 89.3 FM
Community Radio for West Marin
Bolinas, CA
[website

KPIG - 107.5 FM
Freedom, CA
[website] [listen now]

KFJC - 89.7 FM
Always Something Different
Los Altos Hills, CA
[website] [listen now]

KVMR - 89.5 FM
Music of the World, Voice of the Community
Nevada City, CA
[website] [listen now]

KWMR - 90.5 FM
Community Radio for West Marin
Point Reyes Station, CA
[website

KRCB - 91 FM
Public Radio for the North Bay
Rohnert Park, CA
[website] [listen now]

KZSU - 90.1 FM
Stanford, CA
[website] [listen now]

CO


KDNK - 88.3 FM
Community Radio
Aspen, CO
[website] [listen now]

KDNK - 88.5 FM
Community Radio
Basalt, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 98.3 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Bluff, CO
[website] [listen now]

KDNK - 88.1 FM
Community Radio
Carbondale, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 100.1 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Cortez, CO
[website] [listen now]

KCUV - 1510 AM
The V
Denver, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 91.9 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Dolores, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 90.1 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Durango, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 89.5 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Durango, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 91.7 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Gallup, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 91.3 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Ignacio, CO
[website] [listen now]

KDNK - 94.9 FM
Community Radio
Old Snowmass, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 105.3 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Pagosa Springs, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 98.3 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Silverton, CO
[website] [listen now]

KSUT - 88.1 FM
Four Corners Public Radio
Silverton, CO
[website] [listen now]

CT


WWUH - 91.3 FM
Public Alternative Radio
West Hartford, CT
[website] [listen now]

FL


WFCF - 88.5 FM
Radio with a Reason
Saint Augustine, FL
[website] [listen now]

WMNF - 88.5 FM
Community Radio
Tampa, FL
[website] [listen now]

GA


WJJC - 1270 AM
Americana, Sports, News
Commerce, GA

IL


WEIU - 88.9 FM
Hit-Mix
Charleston, IL
[website] [listen now]

IN


WFHB - 91.3 FM
Community Radio
Bloomington, IN
[website] [listen now]

WFHB - 98.1 FM
Community Radio
Bloomington, IN
[website] [listen now]

KY


WRFL - 88.1 FM
The Only Alternative Left
Lexington, KY
[website] [listen now]

WFPK - 91.9 FM
Radio Louisville
Louisville, KY
[website] [listen now]

WMKY - 90.3 FM
Morehead State Public Radio
Morehead, KY
[website] [listen now]

WMMT - 88.7 FM
Mountain Community Radio
Whitesburg, KY
[website

MA


WUMB - 91.9 FM
Boston Folk Music Radio
Boston, MA
[website] [listen now]

WUMB - 91.7 FM
Boston Folk Music Radio
Newburyport, MA
[website] [listen now]

WUMB - 1170 AM
Boston Folk Music Radio
Orleans, MA
[website] [listen now]

ME


WERU - 102.9 FM
The Voice of Many Voices
Bangor, ME
[website] [listen now]

WERU - 89.9 FM
The Voice of Many Voices
Blue Hill, ME
[website] [listen now]

MI


WCBN - 88.3 FM
Ann Arbor, MI
[website] [listen now]

WDBM - 88.9 FM
Impact 89
East Lansing, MI
[website] [listen now]

MN


KAXE - 105.3 FM
Northern Community Radio
Bemidji, MN
[website] [listen now]

KAXE - 89.5 FM
Northern Community Radio
Brainerd, MN
[website] [listen now]

KAXE - 91.7 FM
Northern Community Radio
Grand Rapids, MN
[website] [listen now]

MO


KOPN - 89.5 FM
Community Radio for Mid-Missouri
Colombia, MO
[website

KDHX - 88.1 FM
Saint Louis Community Radio
Saint Louis, MO
[website] [listen now]

MT


KGLT - 91.9 FM
Southwest Montana's Radio Outlaws
Bozeman, MT
[website

KGLT - 98.1 FM
Southwest Montana's Radio Outlaws
Helena, MT
[website

KGLT - 89.5 FM
Southwest Montana's Radio Outlaws
Livingston, MT
[website

NC


WNCW - 92.9 FM
Boone, NC
[website] [listen now]

WNCW - 100.3 FM
Charlotte, NC
[website] [listen now]

WSGE - 91.7 FM
Progressive Radio for the Carolinas
Dallas, NC
[website

WNCW - 97.3 FM
Greenville, NC
[website] [listen now]

WETS - 91.5 FM
Public Radio for East Tennessee
Nickory, NC
[website] [listen now]

WNCW - 88.7 FM
Spindale, NC
[website] [listen now]

WHAY - 98.3 FM
HAY 98 Americana 24/7
Wilkesboro, NC
[website] [listen now]

NJ


WDVR - 89.7 FM
Penn Jersey's Real Home Town Station
Sergeantsville, NJ
[website] [listen now]

NY


WFDU - 89.1 FM
The Voice of Farleigh Dickinson
New York City, NY
[website] [listen now]

OH


WOUB - 1340 AM
WOUB-AM
Athens, OH
[website] [listen now]

WOUB - 91.3 FM
WOUB-FM
Athens, OH
[website] [listen now]

WOUC - 89.1 FM
WOUC-FM
Cambridge, OH
[website] [listen now]

WOUH - 91.9 FM
WOUH-FM
Chillicothe, OH
[website] [listen now]

WCBE - 90.5 FM
Columbus, OH
[website] [listen now]

WOUL - 89.1 FM
WOUL-FM
Ironton, OH
[website] [listen now]

WOUZ - 90.1 FM
WOUZ-FM
Zanesville, OH
[website] [listen now]

OK


KUSH - 1600 AM
Cushing, OK
[website

PA


WQBR - 99.9 FM
Bear Country Radio
McElhattan, PA
[website

WQBR - 92.7 FM
Bear Country Radio
McElhattan, PA
[website

WSYC - 88.7 FM
Shippensburg University Radio
Shippensburg, PA
[website] [listen now]

RI


WRIU - 90.3 FM
WRIU Radio
Kingston, RI
[website] [listen now]

TN


WETS - 89.5 FM
Public Radio for East Tennessee
Johnson City, TN
[website] [listen now]

WDVX - 102.9 FM
East Tennessee's Own
Knoxville, TN
[website] [listen now]

WDVX - 89.9 FM
East Tennessee's Own
Knoxville, TN
[website] [listen now]

WEVL - 89.9 FM
Volunteer Radio
Memphis, TN
[website

TX


KGSR - 107.1 FM
Radio Austin
Austin, TX
[website] [listen now]

KUT - 90.5 FM
Listener Supported Public Radio
Austin, TX
[website] [listen now]

KBSO - 94.7 FM
Texas Radio
Corpus Christi, TX
[website

KULP - 1390 AM
The Texas Legend
El Campo, TX
[website

KFAN - 107.9 FM
Texas Rebel Radio
Fredricksburg, TX
[website] [listen now]

KNBT - 92.1 FM
Radio New Braunfels
New Braunfels, TX
[website] [listen now]

KHYI - 95.3 FM
The Range
Plano, TX
[website] [listen now]

KSYM - 90.1 FM
Your Only Alternative
San Antonio, TX
[website] [listen now]

KTXN - 98.7 FM
Texas Radio
Victoria, TX
[website

UT


KRCL - 90.9 FM
Radio Free Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
[website] [listen now]

VA


WHEE - 1370 AM
Talk of the Town
Martinsville, VA
[website

WVLS - 89.7 FM
Virginia's Little Switzerland
Monterey, VA
[website

WA


KBCS - 91.3 FM
A World of Music and Ideas
Bellevue, WA
[website] [listen now]

KEXP - 90.3 FM
Where the Music Matters
Seattle, WA
[website] [listen now]

KXOT - 91.7 FM
Where the Music Matters
Tacoma, WA
[website] [listen now]

WI


WJMQ - 92.3 FM
Frog Country
Clintonville, WI

WY


KUWA - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Afton, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Alta, WY
[website] [listen now]

KBUW - 90.5 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Buffalo, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWC - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Casper, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 91.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Cheyenne, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWP - 90.1 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Cody, WY
[website] [listen now]

KDUW - 91.7 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Douglas, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Dubois, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 93.5 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Evanston, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWG - 90.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Gillette, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWZ - 90.5 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Green River, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWJ - 90.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Jackson, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 91.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Lander, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 91.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Laramie, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWN - 90.5 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Newcastle, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWX - 90.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Pinedale, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWP - 90.1 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Powell, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 89.1 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Rawlins, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 90.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Riverton, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWZ - 90.5 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Rock Springs, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 89.1 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Saratoga, WY
[website] [listen now]

KSUW - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Sheridan, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWD - 91.5 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Sundance, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWT - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Thermopolis, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWR - 89.9 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Torrington, WY
[website] [listen now]

KUWT - 91.3 FM
Wyoming Public Radio
Worland, WY

College Radio

 
AL - ALABAMA - USA

WEGL - 91.1 FM
Auburn University
Auburn

WVSU - 91.1 FM
Samford University
Birmingham

106X - 106 FM
Birmingham

WJSR - 91.1 FM
Jefferson State Comm. College
Birmingham




 

WOCG - 90.1 FM
Oakwood College
Huntsville

WLJS - 91.9 FM
Jacksonville State
Jacksonville

WVUA - 90.7 FM
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa

AZ - ARIZONA - USA

KJACK - 1680 AM
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff

KDKB 93.3 FM
Mesa

KZON - 101.5 FM
Phoenix, AZ

KFLI - 106.7 FM
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Prescott




 

KASC - 1260 AM
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism
Tempe

KAMP - 1570 AM
University of Arizona
Tucson

KXCI - 91.3 FM
Community Radio
Tucson
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KRFH - 610 AM
Humoldt State University
Arcata

KALX - 90.7 FM
University of California / Berkeley
Berkeley

KPFA - 94.1 FM
Community Radio
Berkeley

KCSC - 95.5 FM
California State University / Chico
Chico

KZFR - 90.1 FM
Commnity Radio
Chico

KSPC - 88.7 FM
Pomona College
Claremont

KVHS - 90.5 FM
Clayton Valley H.S.
Concord

KDVS - 90.3 FM
University of California / Davis
Davis

KFSR - 90.7 FM
California State University / Fresno
Fresno

KHSU - 90.5 FM
Public Radio
Humboldt State University


 

KUCI - 88.9 FM

University of California / Irvine
Irvine

KSDT - 95.7 FM
University of California / San Diego
La Jolla

KULV
University of LaVerne
LaVerne

KLBC
Long Beach City College
Long Beach

KFJC - 89.7 FM
Foothill College
Los Altos

KLA - Ch.29
University of California / L.A.
Los Angeles

KLA - 530 AM
University California
Los Angeles

KSCR - 104.7 FM
University of Southern California
Los Angeles

KXLU - 88.9 FM
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles

KMBU - 98.3 FM
Pepperdine University
Malibu
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KSBR - 88.5 FM
Saddleback College Mission
Mission Viejo

KSMC - 89.5 FM
St. Mary's College
Moraga

KCSN - 88.5 FM
California State University / Northridge
Northridge

KNAB - 91.1 FM
Chapman College
Orange

KAZU - 90.3 FM
Community Radio
Pacific Grove

KPCC - 89.3 FM
Pasadena City College
Pasadena

KZYX - 90.7 FM
Community Radio
Philo

KMUD - 88.9 FM
Public Radio
Redway

KUCR - 88.3 FM
University of California / Riverside
Riverside


 

KSUN - 91.5 FM
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park

KSSU - 1580 AM
Cal State University / Northridge
Sacramento

KJRP - 96.1 FM
San Bernardino College
San Bernardino

KSSB FM

California State University
San Bernardino

91X - 91.1 FM
San Diego

KCR - 98.9 FM
San Diego State University
San Diego

KCSF - 90.9 FM
City College of San Francisco
San Francisco

KUSF - 90.3 FM
University of San Francisco
San Francisco

KSJS - 90.5 FM
San Jose State University
San Jose
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KCPR - 91.3 FM
California Poly University
San Luis Obispo

KCBX FM
Public Radio
San Luis Obispo

KKSM - 98.9 FM
Palomar College
San Marcos

KCSB - 91.9 FM
University of California / Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara

KSCU - 103.3 FM
Santa Clara University
Santa Clara

KPIG FM
Community Radio
Santa Cruz

KUSP - 88.9 FM
Community Radio
Santa Cruz


 

KCRW - 89.9 FM
Santa Monica College
Santa Monica

KCLU - 88.3 FM
California State University
Stanislaus

KZSU - 90.1 FM
Stanford University
Stanford

KCSS - 91.9 FM
California State University / Stanislaus
Turlock

KCIA FM
California Institute of the Arts
Valencia

KSAK - 90.1 FM
Mount San Antonio College
Walnut
CO - Colorado - USA

KASF - 90.9 FM
Adams St. College
Alamosa

KGNU - 88.5 FM
Community Radio
Boulder

KVCU - 1190 AM
Univ of Colorado
Boulder

KDNK - 90.5 FM
Community Radio
Carbondale

KEPC - 89.7 FM
Pikes Peak Community College
Colorado Springs

KRCC - 91.5 FM
Colorado College
Colorado Springs

KRCX - 1490 AM
Regis Univ
Denver

KDUR - 91.9 / 93.9 FM
Fort Lewis College
Durango

 

KCSU - 90.5 FM
Colorado State Univ
Fort Collins

KMSA - 91.3 FM
Mesa College
Grand Junction

KWSB - 91.1 FM
Western State College
Gunnison

KSUT - 91.3 FM
Community Radio
Ignacio

KSJD - 91.5 FM
San Juan Basin Tech School
Mancos

KTSC - 89.5 FM
University of Southern Colorado
Pueblo

KOTO - 105.5 FM
Community Radio
Telluride

KSRX - 93.7 FM
Univ. of Northern Colorado
Greeley
CT - CONNETICUT - USA

WPKN - 89.5 FM
Univ. of Bridgeport
Bridgeport

WXCI - 91.7 FM
Western Conn. State University
Danbury

WVOF - 88.5 FM
Fairfield University
Fairfield

WHRT - 91.5
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield

WQTQ - 89.9 FM
Weaver H.S.
Hartford

WSAM - 105.3 FM
University of Hartford
Hartford

WRTC - 89.3 FM
Trinity College
Hartford

WESU - 88.1 FM
Wesleyan University
Middletown

 

WFCS - 107.7 FM
Central Conn State University
New Britain

WNHY - 88.7 FM
Southern Conn. State University
New Haven

WYBC - 94.3 FM
Yale University
New Haven

WCNI - 91.1 FM
Conn. College
New London

WHUS - 91.7 FM
University of Conn
Storrs

WNHU - 88.7 FM
Univ. of New Haven
West Haven

WWUH - 91.3 FM
Univ. of Hartford
West Hartford

WECS - 90.1 FM
Eastern Conn. University
Willimantic
DC - Washington DC - USA

WGTB - 92.3 FM
Georgetown University
Washington

WRGW - 540 AM
George Washington University
Washington

WCUA - 91.3 FM
Catholic University
Washington

WVAU - 101.7 FM
American University
Washington




 

WAMU
American University
Washington

WPFW - 89.3 FM
Public Radio
Washington

WGTS - 91.9 FM
Washington

DE - Delaware - USA

WDSU 630 AM
Public Radio
Dover




 

WVUD 91.3 FM
University of Deleware
Newark

FL - FLORIDA - USA

WOWL - 91.7 FM
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton

WVUM - 90.5 FM
University of Miami
Coral Gables

WERU - FM
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Daytona Beach

Dolphin Radio
Jacksonville University
Jacksonville

WFIT 89.5 - FM
Public Radio
Melbourne

WRGP - 88.1 FM
Florida International Universtiy
Miami

WBRY - 1640 AM

Barry University
Miami Shores

WUCF - 89.9 FM
U. of Central Florida
Orlando


WPRD - 1440 AM
Orlando

 

WKGC - 90.7 FM
Gulf Coast Community College
Panama City

WFCF - 88.5 FM
Flager College
St. Augustine

WKPX - 88.5 FM
Piper H.S.
Sunrise

WVFS - 89.7 FM
Florida State University
Talahassee

WNSU - 88.5 FM
Nova Southeastern University
Ft. Lauderdale

WBUL - 93.5 FM
University of Southern Florida
Tampa

WMNF - 88.5 FM
Tampa Community College
Tampa

WUTZ - 1075 AM
University of Tampa
Tampa

WPRK - 91.5 FM
Rollins College
Winter Park
GA - GEORGIA - USA

WUOG - 90.5 FM
University of Georgia
Athens

WRAS - 88.5 FM
Georgia State
Atlanta

WMRE - 530 AM
Emory University
Atlanta

WREK - 91.1 FM
Georgia Technical College
Atlanta

WWGC - 90.7 FM
West Georgia College
Carrollton

WCCV - 91.7 FM
Cedartown




 

WJCK - 88.3 FM
Cedartown

WGHR - 100.7 FM
Southern Polytechnic State U.
Marietta

WGUR - 88.9 FM
Georgia College
Milledgeville

WVGS - 91.9 FM
Georgia Southern University
Stateboro

WVVS - 90.9 FM
Valdosta State University
Valdosta
HI - Hawaii - USA

KTUH 90.3 FM
University of Hawaii
Honolulu
 
IA - IOWA - USA

KBVU 97.5 FM
Buenda Vista University
Alta

KURE 88.5 FM
Iowa State University
Ames

WOI - 640 AM / 90.1FM
Iowa State University
Ames

KGRK 97.5 FM
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls

KUNI 90.9 FM
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls

KCCK - 88.3 FM
Kirkwood Community College
Cedar Rapids

KALA 88.5 / 105.5 FM
St. Ambrose University
Davenport

KWLC 1240 AM
Luther Collerge
Decorah

KDRK 105.5 FM
Drake University
Des Moines

KICB 88.1 FM
Iowa Central Comm. College
Ft. Dodge

 

KDIC 88.5 FM
Grinnell College
Grinnell

KRUI 89.7 FM

University of Iowa
Iowa City

KSUI FM 91.7
University of Iowa
Iowa City

KRNL 89.7 FM
Cornell College
Mt. Vernon

KIGC 88.7 FM
William Penn College
Oskaloosa

KCUI 89.1 FM
Central University of Iowa

KLIF 550 AM
Briar Cliff College
Sioux City

KMSC 88.3
Morningside College
Sioux City

KWAR 89.1
Wartburg College
Waverly

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WESN 88.1 FM
Illinois Weleyan
Bloomington

WIDB 104.3 FM

Southern Illinois University
Carbondale

WUSI 90.3 FM
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale

WEFT 90.1 FM
Community Radio
Champaign

WPGU 100.7 FM
University of Illinois
Champaign

WPCD
Parkland High School
Champaign

WCSU 610 FM
Chicago State University
Chicago

WCRX 88.1 FM
Columbia College
Chicago

WHPK 88.5 FM
University of Chicago
Chicago

WLUW 88.7
Loyola University
Chicago

WIIT 88.9 FM
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago


 

WXAV 88.3 FM
St. Xavier
Chicago

WBEZ 91.5 FM
Public Radio
Chicago

WZRD 88.3 FM
Northeastern University.
Chicago

WEIU 88.9 FM

Eastern Illinois University
Charleston

WKDI 93.5 FM
Northern Illinois University
De Kelb

WJMU 89.5 FM
Millikin University
Decatur

WSIE 88.7 FM
Southern Illinois University
Edwardsville

WRSE 88.7 FM
Elmhurst College
Elmhurst

WTPC 105.3 FM
Principia College
Elsah

WNUR 89.3 FM
Northwestern University
Evanston
IN - Indiana - USA

WEAX - 88.3 FM
Tri-State University
Angola

WFHB - 91.3 FM
Indiana University
Bloomington

WFHIU - 103.7 FM
Indiana University
Bloomington

WIUS - 1570 AM
Indiana University
Bloomington

WSWI - 820 AM
University of Southern Indiana
Evansville

WUEV - 91.5 FM
University of Evansville
Evansville

WCYT - 91.1 FM
Homestead High School
Fort Wayne

WFCI - 89.5 FM
Franklin College
Franklin

WGCS - 91.1 FM
Goshen College
Goshen

WGRE - 91.5 FM
DePauw University
Greencastle

WCRD - 91.3 FM
Ball State University
Muncie




 

WSND - 88.9 FM
Notre Dame University
Notre Dame

WBKE - 89.5 FM
Manchester College
North Manchester

WPUM - 90.5 FM
St. Joseph's College
Rensselaer

WECI - 91.5 FM
Earlham College
Richmond

WVXR - 89.3 FM
Xavier University
Richmond

WMHD - 90.5 FM
Rose Hulman Institute
Terre Haute

WISU - 89.7 FM
Indiana State University
Terre Haute

WVUR - 95.1 FM
Valaraiso University
Valaraiso

WCCR
Purdue University
West Lafayette

WRFL - 90.1 FM
Purdue University
West Lafayette

WBAA - 920 AM
Purdue University
West Lafayette
KS - KANSAS

KFHS - 94.9 FM / 600 AM
Fort Hays State University
Hays

KANZ - 91.1 FM
NPR
Garden City

KJHK - 90.7 FM
University of Kansas
Lawrence

KSDB - 91.9 FM
Kansas State University
Manhattan

KBCU - 88.1 FM
Bethal College
North Newton




 

KTJO - 1220 AM
Ottawa University
Ottawa

KRPS - 89.9 FM
Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg

KHCD - 89.5 FM
Huchinson Comm. College
Salina

KMUW - 89.1 FM
Wichita State University
Wichita
KY-Kentucky

WWHR 91.7 FM
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green

WNKU 89.7 FM
Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights

WRFL 88.1 FM
University of Kentucky
Lexington

WFPK 91.9 FM
Community Radio
Louisville




 

WLCV 570 AM
University of Louisville
Louisville

WMKY 90.3 FM
Morehead State University
Morehead

WEKU 88.9 FM
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond
LA - Louisiana - USA

KLSU - 91.1 FM
Louisianna State University
Baton Rouge

WBRH - 90.3 FM
Baton Rouge H.S.
Baton Rouge

KSLU - 90.9 FM
South Earstern Louisianna
Hammond

KRVS - 88.7 FM
University of SW Louisianna
Lafayette

KXUL - 91.1 FM
University of Louisianna @ Monroe
Monroe

KSCL - 91.3 FM
Centenary College
Shreveport




 

KNWD - 91.7 FM
Northewestern State University
Natchitoches

WTUL - 91.5 FM
Tulane University
New Orleans

WWOZ - 90.7 FM
New Orleans

KLPI - 89.1 FM
Louisianna Technical College
Ruston

KLDN - 88.9 FM
Public Radio
Shreveport

KNSU - 91.5 FM
Nicholls State University
Thibodaux

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WAMH - 89.3 FM
Amherst College
Amherst

WBTY - 530 AM
Bentley College
Waltham

WPAA - 91.7FM
Philips Academy
Andover

WMUA - 91.1 FM
University of Mass
Amherst

WTBU - 89.3 FM
Boston University
Boston

WECB - 99.9 FM
Emerson College
Boston

WERS - 88.9 FM
Emerson College
Boston

WCBN - 104.1 FM
Boston

WBUR - 90.9 FM
Boston University
Boston

MassComm Radio
Mass. Communications College
Boston

WRBB - 104.9 FM
North Eastern University
Boston

WUMB - 91.9 FM
University of Mass / Boston
Boston


 

WPKN - 89.5 FM
University of Bridgeport
Bridgeport

WBIM - 91.5 FM
Bridgewater State University
Bridgewater

WHRB - 95.3 FM
Cambridge College
Cambridge

WMBR - 88.1 FM
M.I.T.
Cambridge

WZBC - 90.3 FM
Boston College
Chestnut Hill

WGAJ - 91.75 FM
Deerfield Academy
Deerfield

WSMU - 91.1 FM
University of Mass. / Dartmouth
Dartmouth

WDJM - 91.3 FM
Framingham State College
Framingham

WGAO - 88.3 FM
Dean College
Franklin

WXPL - 91.3 FM
Fitchburg College
Fitchburg

WCCH - 103.5 FM
Holyoke Community College
Holyoke

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WJUL - 91.5 FM
University of Mass / Lowell
Lowell

WMFO 91.5 FM
Tufts University
Medford

WMLN - 91.5 FM
Curry College
Milton

WJJW
North Adams State College
North Adams

WNMH - 91.5 FM
Northfield Mount Hermon School
Northfield

WCCS - 96.5 FM
Wheaton College
Norton

WOZQ - 91.9 FM
Smith College
Nothhampton

WSHL 91.3 FM
Stonehill College
North Easton

WMHC - 91.5 FM
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley

WMWM - 91.7 FM
Salem State College
Salem

WTCC - 90.7 FM
Springfield Tech Comm College
Springfield



 

WBRS - 100.1 FM
Brandeis University
Waltham

WPHS - 89.1 FM
Cousino Senior H.S.
Warren

WZLY - 91.5 FM
Wellesley College
Wellesley

WAAF - 107.3 FM
Westboro

WCFM - 91.9 FM
Williams College
Williamstown

WKKL - 90.7 FM
Cape Cod Community College
West Barnstable

WCHC - 88.1 FM
College of The Holy Cross
Worcester

WSCW - 94.9 FM
Worcester State College
Worcester


WPIR - 90.1 FM
Worcester Polytechnic Inst
Worcester
ME - MAINE - USA

WBOR 91.1 FM
Bowdoin College
Brunswick

WUMF 100.5 FM
University of Maine Farmington
Farmington

WRBC 91.5 FM
Bates College
Lewiston

WUMM 90.5 FM
University of Maine
Machias

WMEB 91.9 FM
University of Maine / Orono
Orono






 

WMPG 90.9 FM
University of Southern Maine
Portland

WCYY 94.3 FM
Portland

WUPI 92.1 FM
University of Maine - Presque Isle
Presque Isle

WMHB 90.5 FM
Colby College
Waterville
MI - MICHIGAN - USA

WLBN - 570 AM
Albion College
Albion

WQAC - 90.9 FM
Alma College
Alma

WCBN - 88.3 FM
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor

CIMX - 88.7 FM
Bingham Farms

WBFH - 88.1 FM
Andover H.S.
Bloomfield Hills

WSDP - 88.1 FM
Plymouth-Salem H.S.
Canton

WHFR - 89.3 FM
Henry Ford College
Dearborn

WDET - 101.9 FM
Wayne State University
Detroit

WUDM
University of Detroit - Mercy
Detroit

CJAM - 91.5 FM
University of Windsor
Detroit

WORW - 91.9 FM
Port Hurn Northern H.S.
Fort Gratiot


WTHS - 89.9 FM
Hope College
Holland


 

WMTU - 99.9 FM
Michigan Technical University
Houghton

WCAL - 94.1 FM
Calvin College
Grand Rapids

WYCE - 88.1 FM
Grand Rapids Comm. College
Grand Rapids

WIDR - 89.1 FM
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo

WJMD - 90.1 FM
Kalamazoo College
Kalamazoo

WDBM - 88.9 FM
Michigan State University
East Lansing

WLNZ - 89.7 FM
Lansing Community College
Lansing

WMHW - 91.5 FM
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant

WSGR - 91.3 FM
Clair County Comm. College
Port Huron

WXOU - 88.3 FM
Oakland University
Rochester

WLSO - 90.1 FM
Lake Superior State University
Sault Ste. Marie

MN - MINNESOTA - USA

KJNB - 99.9 FM
St. Johns University
Collegeville

KUMD - 103.3
University of Minnesota
Duluth

KMSU - 89.7 FM
Mankato State University
Mankato

KRNR - 88.5 FM
Mankato State University
Mankato

KFAI - 90.3 FM
Community Radio
Minneapolis

KBEM - 88.5 FM
Community Radio
Minneapolis

KEGE - 93.7 FM
Minneapolis

KMOJ - 89.9 FM
Community Radio
Minneapolis

KUOM - 96.3 FM
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis




 

KMSC - 650 AM
Moorehead State College
Moorehead

KUMM - 89.7 FM
University of Minnesota - Morris
Morris

KRLX - 88.1 FM
Carleton College
Northfield

KVSC 88.1 FM
St.Cloud State
St. Cloud

WMCN 91.7 FM
MacAllister College
St Paul

WHMH - 101.7 FM
Sauk Rapids

KQAL - 89.5 FM
Winona State University
Winona

KSMR - 92.5 FM
St. Mary's College
Winona
MO - Missouri - USA

KYMC - 89.7 FM
Maryville College
Chesterfield

KCOU - 88.1 FM
University of Missouri / Columbia
Columbia

KWWC - 90.5 FM
Stephens College
Columbia

KLJC - 88.5 FM

Calvary Bible College
Kansas City

KKFI - 90.1 FM
Public Radio
Kansas City

KTRM - 88.7 FM
NE Missouri State University
Kirksville

KMVC - 91.7 FM
Missouri Valley College
MARSHALL

KDLX - 106.7 FM
NW Missouri State University
Maryville

KGSP - 92.3 FM
Park College
Parkville




 

KMNR - 89.7 FM
University of Missouri / Rolla
Rolla

KSMU - 91.1FM
SMSU
SPRINGFIELD

KCFV - 89.5 FM
St. Louis Comm College
St. Louis

KPNT - 105.7 FM
St. Louis

KSLU - 91.5 FM
St. Louis University
St. Louis

KGLX - 1220 AM
Webster University
St. Louis

KWUR - 90.3 FM
Washington University
St. Louis

KCMW - 90.9 FM

Central Missouri State University
Warrensburg

MS - Mississippi- USA

WPRL - 91.7 FM
Alcorn State University
Alcorn State

WMUW - 88.5 FM
Mississippi University for Women
Columbus

WUSM - 88.5 FM
University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg

WJSU - 88.5 FM
Jackson State
Jackson




 

WSTZ - 106.7 FM

Jackson

WMSV - 91.1 FM
Mississippi State University
Mississippi

WKNH - 91.3 FM
Keene State College
Keene

MT - Montana - USA

KGLT 91.9 FM
Montana State University
Bozeman

KMMS - 95.1 FM
Public Radio
Bozeman

KMSM 106.9 FM
Montana Tech
Butte



 

KBGA 89.9 FM
University of Missoula
Missoula

KUFM - 89.1 FM
University of Montana
Missoula

KZOQ - 100.1 FM
Missoula

NC - North Carolina - USA

WZLS - 96.5 FM
Asheville

WASU - 90.5 FM
Appalachian State University
Boone

WXYC - 89.3 FM
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill

WUNC - 91.5 FM
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill

WXDU - 88.7 FM
Duke University
Durham

WSOE - 89.3 FM
Elon College
Elon College

WZMB - 91.3 FM
East Carolina University
Greeneville

WQFS - 90.9 FM
Guilford College
Greensboro

WUAG - 103.1 FM
Univeristy of North Carolina
Greensboro




 

WLRC - 89.7 FM
Lehoir - Rhyme College
Hickory

WXRC - 95.7 FM
Hickory

WKNC - 88.1 FM
North Carolina State University
Raliegh

WNCW - 88.7 FM
Isothermal Community College
Spindale

WHYC - 88.5 FM
Hyde County Public Schools
Swanquarter

WLOZ - 90.9 FM
University of North Carolina
Wilmington

WSFM - 107 FM
Wilmington

WAKE - 89.5 FM
Wake Forest University
Winston -Salem

WVMH - 90.5 FM
Mars Hill College
Mars Hill

NE - Nebraska - USA

KDCV - 91.1 FM
Dana College
Blair

KDNE - 91.9 FM
Doane College
Crete

KFKX - 90.1 FM
Hastings College
Hastings

KLPR - 91.3 FM
University of Nebraska - Kearney
Kearney

KRNU - 90.3 FM
University of Nebraska
Lincoln




 

KZUM - 89.3 FM
Public Community
Lincoln

KEZO - 92.3 FM
Omaha


KBUL FM
University of Nebraska
Omaha

KWSC - 91.9 FM
Wayne State College
Wayne
NH - New Hampshire - USA

WEVO - 89.1 FM
Public Radio
Concord

WUNH - 91.3 FM
University of New Hampshire
Durham

WDCR - 1340 AM
Dartmouth College
Hanover

WNEC - 91.7 FM
New England College
Henniker




 

WKNH - 91.3 FM
Keene State College
Keene

WSCS - 90.9 FM

Colby Sawyer College
New London

WPCR - 91.7 FM
Plymouth State College
Plymouth

WFPR - 93.3FM
Franklin Pearce College
Ringe

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WDHA - 105.5 FM
Cedar Knolls

WDBK - 91.5 FM
Camden County College
Blackwood

WGLS - 89.7 FM
Rowan College of New Jersey
Glassboro

WNTI - 91.9 FM
Centenary College
Hackettstown

WCPR - 530 AM
Stevens Inst. of Technology
Hoboken

WFMU - 91.1 FM
Community Radio
Jersey City

WRRC - 107.7 FM
Rider University
Lawrenceville

WMMJ - 88.9
Drew University
Madison

WRPR - 90.3 FM
Ramapo University
Mahwah

WJSV FM
Morristown H.S.
Morristown




 

WRSU - 88.7 FM
Rutgers University
New Brunswick

WRNU - 103.9 FM

Rutgers University
Newark

WBGO - 88.3 FM
Newark

WJTB - 550 AM
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Newark

WBZC - 88.9 FM
Burlington County Community College
Pemberton

WRLC - 1110 AM
Livington College
Piscataway

WBSS - 97.3 FM
Pleasantville

WLFR - 91.7 FM
Stockton State College
Pomona


WPRB - 103.3 FM
Princeton University
Princeton

WPSC - 88.7 FM
William Paterson University
Pompton
NM - New Mexico - USA

KUNM - 90.1 FM
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque

KGLP - 91.7 FM
University of New Mexico
Gallup

KRUX - 91.5 FM
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces



 

KEPD - 91.1 FM
New Mexico Highlands University
Las Vegas

KTEK - 88.7 FM
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Tech
Socorro

KTAO - 101.5 FM
Taos

NV - Neveda - USA

KUNV - 91.5 FM
University of Neveda
Las Vegas




 

KNPR - 89.5 FM

Public Radio
Las Vegas

WCDB - 90.9 FM
SUNY / Albany
Albany

WAMC - 90.3 FM
Public Radio
Albany

WALF - 89.7 FM
Alfred University
Alfred

WRUB - 770 AM
SUNY / Buffalo
Amherst

WDWN - 89.1 FM
Cayuga Comm College
Auburn

WQCC - 590 AM
Queensboro College
Bayside

WHRW - 90.5 FM
SUNY / Binghamton
Binghampton

WXBA - 88.1 FM
Brentwood Public Schools
Brentwood

WBSU - 88.9 FM
Seymour College
Brockport

WFUV - 90.7 FM

Fordham University
Bronx

WHLC - 590 AM
Lehman College
Bronx




 

WRCM - 850 AM
Manhattan College
Bronx

WBCR - 590 AM
Brooklyn College
Brooklyn


WKRB - 90.9 FM
Kingsborough Comm College
Brooklyn

WPIR - 87.7 FM
Pratt Institute
Brooklyn

WCWP - 88.1 FM
Long Island University
Brooklyn

WCWP - 88.1 FM
Long Island University / C.W. Post
Brookville

WBNY - 91.3 FM
SUNY / Buffalo College
Buffalo

WBNY - 91.3 FM
Buffalo State College
Buffalo

WBFO - 88.7 FM
University of Buffalo
Buffalo

WCCG - 97.9 FM
Canisius College
Buffalo

KSLU - 89.9 FM
St. Lawrence University
Canton

WHCL - 88.7 FM
Hamilton College
Clinton
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WCEB - 91.9 FM
Corning Comm College
Corning

WSUC - 90.5 FM
SUNY / Cortland
Cortland

WCVF - 88.9 FM
SUNY / Fredonia
Fredonia

WHPC - 90.3 FM
Nassau County Comm College
Garden City

WLIR - 92.7 FM
Public Radio
Garden City

WGSU - 89.3 FM
SUNY / Geneso
Geneseo

WEOS - 89.7 FM
Hobart & William Smith College
Geneva

WRCU - 90.1 FM
Colgate University
Hamilton / Georgetown

WRHU - 88.7 FM
Hofstra University
Hempstead

WICB - 91.7 FM
Ithaca College
Ithaca

WVBR - 93.5 FM
Cornell University
Ithaca

WVIC - 105.9 FM
Ithaca College
Ithaca

WSJU - 640 AM
St. Johns University
Jamaica
 

WJFF - 90.5 FM
Public Radio
Jeffersonville

WJJL - 1440 AM
Public Radio
Kenmore

WVCR - 88.3 FM
Sienna College
Loudenville

WFNP - 88.7 FM
SUNY / New Paltz
New Paltz

WBAR - 87.9 FM
Barnard College
New York

WBMB - 590 AM
Baruch College
New York

WCCR - 640 AM
City College of New York
New York

WNYU - 89.1 FM
New York University
New York

WSVA - 590 AM
School of Visual Arts
New York

WNYK - 88.7 FM
Nyack College
Nyack

WBAI - 99.5 FM
New York

WNEW - 102.7 FM

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WONY - 90.9 FM
SUNY / Oneonta
Oneonta

WRHO - 89.7 FM
Hartwick College
Oneonta

WNYO - 88.9 FM
SUNY / Oswego
Oswego

WPLT - 93.9 FM
SUNY / Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh

WQKE - 93.9 FM
SUNY / Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh

WTSC - 89.9 FM
Clarkson University
Potsdam

WAIH - 90.3 FM
SUNY / Potsdam
Potsdam

WMCR - 88.1 FM
Marist College
Poughkeepsie

WVKR - 91.3 FM
Vassar College
Poughkeepsie

WPUR - 590 AM
SUNY / Purchase
Purchase

WGMC - 90.1 FM
Public Radio
Rochester

WFCX - 99.3 FM
St. Francis Xavier University
Rochester

WBER - 90.5 FM
Monroe University
Rochester

WRUR - 88.5 FM
University of Rochester
Rochester

WITR - 89.7 FM
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester

WJPZ - 89.1 FM
Syracuse University
Syracuse



 

WAER - 88.1 FM
Syracuse University
Syracuse

WCOT - 1590 AM

SUNY / Institute of Technology
Utica

WPNR - 90.7 FM
Utica College
Utica

WKDT - 89.3 FM
U.S. Military Academy
West Point

WGFR - 92.1 FM
Adirondack Comm College
Queensbury

WMCC - 640 AM
Monroe Comm College
Rochester

WRUR - 88.5 FM
University of Rochester
Rochester

WSPN - 91.1 FM
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs

WRUC - 88.7 FM
Union College
Schenectady

WSBU - 88.3 FM
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure

WSIA - 88.9 FM
SUNY / College of Staten Island
Staten Island

WUSB - 90.1 FM
SUNY / Stonybrook
Stonybrook

WERW - 1570 AM
Syracuse University
Syracuse

WRPI - 91.5 FM
Rensselaer Polytechnic. Institute
Troy

WCOT - 89.1 FM
SUNY / Institute of Technology
Utica

WARY - 88.1 FM
Westchester Comm College
Valhalla
OH - Ohio - USA

ACRN 99.3
Ohio University
Athens

WBWC 88.3 FM
Baldwin-Wallace College
Berea

WBGU 88.1 FM
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green

WVXU 91.7 FM
Xavier University
Cincinnati

WCSB 89.3 FM
Cleveland State University
Cleveland

WRUW 91.1 FM
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland

WCBE 90.5 FM
Columbus Public School
Columbus

WDCR 1550
University of Dayton
Dayton

WDPS 89.5 FM
Dayton Public School
Dayton

WGXM 99.5
University of Dayton
Dayton


WWSU 106.9 FM
Wright State University
Dayton

WKCO 91.9 FM

Kenyon College
Gambier

WDUB 91.1 FM
Denison University
Granville




 

WHSS 89.5 FM
Hamilton H.S.
Hamilton

WKSR 730 AM
Kent State
Kent

WTLS
Lakeland College
Kirtland

WMCO 90.7 FM
Muskingum College
New Conord

WOBC 91.5 FM
Oberlin College
Oberlin


WMSR 89.1 FM
Miami University
Oxford

WOXY 97.7 FM
Public Community
Oxford


WUSO 89.1 FM
Wittenburg University
Springfield


WSTB 91.5 FM
Streetsboro H.S.
Streetsboro

WHEI 88.9 FM
Heidelerg College
Tiffin


WXUT 88.3 FM
University of Toledo
Toledo


WJCU 88.7 FM
John Carrol University
University Heights

WCWS 90.9 FM
College of Wooster
Wooster


WYSO 91.3 FM
Antioch College
Yellow Springs

OK - Oklahoma - USA

KSSU 91.9 FM
Southeastern Oklahoma University
Durant




 

KUCO 93.7 FM
University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond
OR - Oregon - USA

KBVR 88.7 FM
Oregon State University
Corvallis

KWVA 88.1 FM
University of Oregon
Eugene

KTEC 89.5 FM
Oregon Institute of Technology
Klamath Falls

KEOL 91.7 FM
Eastern Oregon State College
La Grande




 

KSLC 90.3 FM
Linfield College
McMinnville

KDUP 860 AM
University of Portland
Portland

KLC 104.1 FM
Lewis and Clark College
Portland

KRRC 104.1 FM
Reed College
Portland
RI - Rhode Island - USA

WQRI 88.3 FM
Roger Williams College
Bristol

WRIU 90.3 FM
University of Rhode Island
Kingston

WJHD 90.7 FM
Portsmouth Abbey School
Portsmouth




 

WDOM 91.3 FM
Providence College
Providence


WXIN 88.1 FM
Rhode Island College
Providence

WJMF 88.7 FM
Bryant College
Smithfield
SC - South Carolina - USA

WSBF 88.1 FM
Clemson University
Clemson

WUSC 90.5 FM
University of South Carolina
Columbia





 

WPLS 96.7 FM
Furman University
Greenville
SD - South Dakota - USA

KSDJ 90.7 FM
South Dakota State University
Brookings

KTEQ 91.3 FM
South Dakota School of Mines
Rapid City

KAUR 89.1 FM
Augustana College
Sioux Falls





 

KCFS 94.5 FM
Sioux Falls College
Sioux Falls


KBHU 89.1 FM
Black Hill State University
Spearfish

KAOR 91.1 FM
University of South Dakota
Vermillion
TN - Tennessee - USA

WAWL 91.5 FM
Chattanooga State Tech. College
Chattanooga

WTTU 88.5 FM
Tennessee Tech.
Cookesville

WTPL 610 AM
Tusculum College
Greenville

WFHC 91.5 FM

Free-Hardeman College
Henderson



 

WUTK 90.3 FM
University of Tennessee
Knoxville


WEVL 89.9 FM
Public Community
Memphis

WRVU 91.1 FM
Vanderbilt University
Nashville

WUTS 91.3 FM
University of South Tennessee
Sewanee

TX - TEXAS - USA

KACV 89.9 FM
Amarillo College
Amarillo

KVRX 91.7 FM
University of Texas - Austin
Austin

KWTS 91.1 FM
West Texas A&M University
Canyon

KANM 99.9 FM
TEXAS A&M University
College Station

KPNI
Southern Methodist University
Dallas

KNTU 88.1 FM
University of Norhern Texas
Denton

KTCU 88.7 FM
Texas Christrian University
Fort Worth

KTRU 91.7 FM
Rice University
Houston




 

KSYM 90.1 FM
San Antonio College
San Antonio

KSHU 90.5 FM
Sam Houston State University
Huntsville

KTXT 88.1 FM
Texas Tech University
Lubbock

KSAU 90.1 FM
Stephen F. Austin State University
Nacogdoches

KTSW 89.9 FM
Southwest Texas State University
San Marcos

KWBU 107.1 FM
Baylor University
Waco
UT - Utah - USA

KSUU 91.1FM
Southern Utah University
Cedar City



 

KUTE 1620 AM
University of Utah - Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City
VT - Vermont - USA

WRUV 90.1 FM
University of Vermont
Burlington

WIUV 91.3 FM
Castleton State College
Castleton

WWPV 88.7 FM
St. Michaels College
Colchester

WJSC 90.7 FM
Johnston State College
Johnston



 

WWLR 91.5 FM
Lyndon College
Lyndonville


WRMC 91.1 FM
Middleberry College
Middleberry

WGDR 91.1 FM
Goddard University
Plainfield
VA - Virginia - USA

WUVT 90.7 FM
Virginia Technical College
Blacksburg

WGMB 640 AM
Bridgewater College
Bridgewater

WIRE 640 AM
University of Virginia
Charlottesville

WTJU 91.1 FM
University of Virginia
Charlottesville

WGMU 1370 AM
George Mason University
Fairfax

WLCX 90.1 FM
Longwood College
Farmville

WFFC 89.9 FM
Ferrum College
Ferrum

WMWC 91.5
Mary Washington College
Fredericksburg

WXJM 88.7 FM
James Madison University
Harrisonburg




 

WLUR 91.5 FM
Washington & Lee University
Lexington


WHRV 89.5 FM
Community Radio
Norfolk

WODU 640 AM
Old Dominion University
Norfolk

WVAW 640 AM
Virginia Wesleyan College
Norfolk

WVRU 89.9 FM
Radford University
Radford

WDCE 90.1 FM
University of Richmond
Richmond

WVCW 105.3
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond

WCWM 90.7 FM
William & Mary College
Williamsburg
WA - Washington - USA

KGRG 89.9 FM
Green River Community College
Auburn

KASB 89.3 FM
Bellevue H.S.
Bellevue

KUGS 89.3 FM
Western Washington University
Bellingham

KCAT 91.5 FM
Central Washington University
Ellensburg

KCWU 91.5 FM
Central Washington University
Ellensburg

KSVR 90.1 FM
Skagit Valley College
Mount Vernon

KAOS 89.3 FM
Evergreen State College
Olympia




 

KZUU 90.7 FM
Washington State University
Pullman

KCMU 90.3 FM
University of Washington
Seattle

KWRS
Whitworth College
Spokane

KRRC 104.1 FM
Reed College
Portland

KCCR 94.5 FM
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma

KUPS 90.1 FM
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma

KWCW 90.5 FM
Whitman College
Walla Walla
WV - West Virginia - USA

WMUL 88.1 FM
Marshall University
Huntington




 

WWVU 91.7 FM
West Virginia University
Morgantown
AB - Alberta - Canada

CJSR - 88.5 FM
University of Alberta
Edmonton

CJSW - 90.9 FM
University of Calgary
Calgary




 

CKUL - 99.7 FM
University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge