Radio Stations you listen to

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  1. tinytim

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    What is your favorite radio stations you like to listen to?

    I got a bluetooth headset for Christmas, and have set it up so that I can listen to radio off of the internet...

    If you have a station you like, share it with me.

    Just give me the Country, State, City and number on the dial of the station (or call letters) and I can listen to what you are listening to.

    So don't hog it to yourself... share.
     
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    You ever try Pandora (pandora.com)? You can create your own stations with a "seed" song or songs! It's really cool!
     
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    Yeah, I have used that... but I like a variety...


    I wish I could get a station online from Cleveland... it is the smooth jazz station.. I think 107. something... but I cant get it online.

    Speaking of Cleveland, I was listening to the police radio station a little while ago.. .

    You weren't the one running from the police were you? hahahaha

    See Pandora would never be able to match my interests.. I would blow a circuit or something... lol
     
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    I wouldn't be able to run far with 2 kids strapped to my back, I swear they think I'm a playground.

    You are referring to 107.3 the wave.

    With Pandora you can add a whole variety of seed songs to create your station. I have a couple like that, one is a blend of metal and reggae :)
     
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    I listen to Sirius 161 (Christian talk) unless I'm around Louisville, then I listen to WFIA 'The 'Spirit' 94.7 FM/900 AM
     
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    KKZN AM 760 - Progressive Talk www.am760.net
    60s on 6 - XM
    70s on 7 - XM
    Bluegrass Junction - XM
    KYGO-FM
    KOA
     
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    #9 KenH, Dec 30, 2008
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    Cool, thanks you all, I will check those out as I get a chance...
    Anymore?
     
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    WAMU
    WETA
    WYPR

    All are on the Net.
     
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    670am WSCR "The Score" sports talk

    97.1fm WDRV "The Drive" classic rock

    89.7fm WONU "The Shine" Christian radio

    and online I listen to Positive Life Radio at http://www.plr.org They play a nice variety of CCM and Praise & Worship
     
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    Aha, I detect one of our DC area listening patterns! Add to that WTOP, 103.5, for news and WBJC (Baltimore), 91.5, for a more serious classical music playlist than WETA's. WETA is 90.9 and WAMU is 88.9
     
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    KGVO Sports & Talk Radio; 1290 on the Amplitude Modulation Band.

    Outlaw Country; 12 on the XM dial.
    Willie's Place; 13 on the XM dial.
    Bluegrass Junction; 14 on the XM dial.
    Bluesville; 73 on the XM dial.
     
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    A friend of mine manages WCQR (WCQR.org) in Johnson City area of TN. Great contemporary Christian radio. I think if you're in the area it's 88.3 FM.
     
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    I don't listen to much terrestrial radio. Mostly, I stream internet stations.

    When I do, it's usually either WWOZ or WSM.

    Other times, I stream things like Radio Margaritaville, American Routes, or any one of a dozen online stations, depending on my mood.
     
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    Most of the time I'm tuned to the Bott Radio Network FM 89.1 for the Nashville TN market. (They're also on 1160 AM, but their FM station comes in much better for me.)
    About the only other stations I ever listen to are 90.3 WPLN which is the NPR station for Nashville, and that's usually only for "Car Talk." Otherwise it's 91.1 for the classical music station for Nashville.
     
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    Updated since this old thread has been revived.

    Over the Air:
    K276FK Comedy 103.1
    KXKL KOOL 105.1 Oldies
    KCFR Colorado Public Radio
    KVOD Classical
    KKZN Colorado's Progressive Talk
    KYGO Country
    KGNU Independent Community Radio

    Via Internet:
    WCBS News NYC
    KROI News 92 FM Houston
    KOMA Oldies Oklahoma City
    WFAE NPR Charlotte
    Pop Gold Radio
    JFRC
    92.1 The Mic Madison
     

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