The Society To Preserve and Encourage Radio Drama, Variety and Comedy (SPERDVAC) is a non-profit educational public benefit corporation open to anyone who loves old-time radio and would like to share in remembering the shows that made up radio's "Golden Age."

Thousand Oaks Library Thousand Oaks Library
The American Radio Archives, established in 1984 by the Thousand Oaks Library Foundation, contains manuscripts, sound recordings, scripts, books, photographs and other materials that vividly reflect the history of radio and radio broadcasting.

Paley Center for Media Paley Center for Media
Located in New York and Beverly Hills, the Paley Center, founded by William S. Paley, is the world's foremost institution dedicated to collect and preserve the best of American radio and television programs.

Eyes of A Generation Eyes of A Generation
“The web’s largest, most photo- rich, television history site with over 4,000 images spread over 10 major searchable sections.” A true fan of TV, actor and musician BOBBY ELLERBY has put together an amazing collection of material.

History of New York City Broadcasting History of New York City Broadcasting
A chronology of radio and television broadcasting in the nation"s largest city.

CBS Radio Mystery Theater CBS Radio Mystery Theater
This web site has all 1,399 episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theater, searchable by plots, actors and writers - a treasure trove of radio history!

S.C.B.A. S.C.B.A.
The Southern California Broadcasters Association is a non-profit organization formed in 1937 and operated by Los Angeles and Southern California radio stations to serve the greater Los Angeles community. SCBA operates chiefly in the areas of marketing and public affairs.

The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors The Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors
For the past 30 years in Network Television (and now in Cable and Satellite Television as well), The Caucus has provided a forum for the best and the brightest creative talent in Hollywood, to network together as the 'creative conscience' of the Television industry.

Beyond Cable: The History of Television Beyond Cable: The History of Television
Here is a complete history of the medium we watch for news and entertainment. From its invention through cable TV, the fascinating history of TV is outlined in chronological order for easy reference.

Television, Radio and More - The History of Great Inventions! Television, Radio and More - The History of Great Inventions!
The 20th century saw the invention of three different devices that would change how we lived our lives. Radio and Television were two of them.

Old-Time Radio Old-Time Radio
If you are interested in radio programs from "radio's golden age", these are the web pages for you. They are filled with many entertaining and educational topics for fans of nostalgic / old-time radio shows.

The Museum of Broadcast Communications The Museum of Broadcast Communications
The Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) is one of only two broadcast museums in America. The MBC opened to the public on June 13, 1987, after five years of development, led by Chicago broadcaster Bruce DuMont. Located in the Chicago Cultural Center on Michigan Avenue at Washington Street since the summer of 1992, the extensive public archives collection houses more than 70,000 radio and television programs and commercials.

Vintage Radio Script Collection Vintage Radio Script Collection
An on-line collection of vintage radio scripts - some are housed on this web site, others are linked elsewhere on the World Wide Web. Interesting discussion of copyrights ...

Library of American Broadcasting Library of American Broadcasting
The Library of American Broadcasting at the University of Maryland holds a wide-ranging collection of audio and video recordings, books, pamphlets, periodicals, personal collections, oral histories, photographs, scripts and vertical files devoted exclusively to the history of broadcasting.

American Radio Archives American Radio Archives
Historical information on broadcasting, including the archives of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.

Invention of Radio Invention of Radio
Radio was initially imaged as a wireless telegraph; the idea of broadcasting was a separate invention.

Noted Nonagenarians and Centenarians Noted Nonagenarians and Centenarians
An all-inclusive Website highlighting living people of distinction who are 90 and older.
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