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Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention- a three day festival celebrating the bygone era of old time radio, retro television, silent movies and more. Held annually in Hunt Valley, Maryland every September.

Radio Once More - old time radio and great nostalgia programming, 24 hours a day.  MWOTRC member Ken Neal is one of the operators of the site.

Bear Manor Media - a publisher specializing in classic show business books.

Radio History Society - maintains the Radio and Television Museum in Bowie MD with two floors of fascinating exhibits.

America in the 1930s - a part of the University of Virginia's American Studies project.  Includes a new project on The March of Time.

Radio Memories - cassettes, CDs, an email newsletter, and complete collections of many classic OTR shows. Free sampler CD available.  AARP and senior's discounts.

Moonstone Books - produces comics and graphic novels based on old time radio shows, as well as other horror and mystery titles.

Radiolovers.com - listen to old time radio shows for free, online.

Library of American Broadcasting - the University of Maryland 'Broadcast Pioneers' museum is located in College Park, MD. Free to visit.

Best of Web Radio - streaming audio, e-books, and MP3 files.  Specializes in OTR mystery shows like The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe, Sam Spade, and Dragnet.

OTRcat - Old time radio shows, for sale or trade, in MP3 format on CD. Catalog and sampler available.

OTR - Radio Days, A Soundbite History - your source for the history of nostalgic and old time radio series and news.

The Vintage Radio Place - for Old Time Radio Programs.

The Original Old Time Radio WWW Pages - If you are interested in radio programs from "radio's golden age", these are the WWW pages for you.

The Joy Boys - Ed Walker and Willard Scott, who entertained Washington DC listeners on WRC radio from 1955 to 1972.

Redeeming the Dial: Radio, Religion, and Popular Culture in America - A book by Tona J. Hangen, blending cultural, religious, and media history.

Jack Benny - Home page of the International Jack Benny Fan Club.

RHAC - The Radio Historical Association of Colorado is a congenial club for fans of old-time radio programs and shows.

Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound - includes many members from the Seattle area, but also enthusiasts and Golden Age performers from across the nation.

Friends of Old Time Radio Convention, Newark - highlights and schedules for this annual event.

SPERDVAC - the Society to Preserve and Encourage Radio Drama, Variety And Comedy.

Old Time Radio Club, Western New York - dedicated to the regeneration of interest in the Golden Age of Radio.

Satellite Media Production (Oldie TV) - vintage radio and TV shows, children's records, and other multimedia recording services.

Let's Pretend With Uncle Russ - an AFRS kids' program, broadcast overseas on Saturday mornings to thousands of military dependents from 1948 to 1952.  It featured the characters Percy Penguin, Ricky Robot, Captain Comet, and Rocket Ranger Jane.

Old Time Radio Themes - a great resource for music themes of those old favorite shows.

R U Sitting Comfortably? - membership site with over 25,000 Old Time Radio shows available for download, some downloadable for free.