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Old Time Radio

Throughout the 20th century, one of the dominant forms of mass media and entertainment was Radio Shows: Drama, Comedy, Mystery and Horror, as well as news and information, all presented in a purely audio format. Contained in these archives are thousands of hours recorded from these well-funded and talent-filled works.

Some items are entire collections within themselves of many-episode runs of famous shows. Many date from the "Golden Age" of Radio, the early half of the 20th century, while some are remixes or recreations of these works for modern audiences. A percentage are modern(ish) productions utilizing the best of what improved technology and hopes to capture the radio magic could offer.

The introduction of television is considered to be the death knell of this medium, but the works live on.

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Please move this to Old Time Radio -- two rare Gunsmoke Greybelt 0
uploader search MichaelGuida 2
   Re: uploader search R Pal 0
   Re: uploader search MPDMedia 0
Cut-off date for 'old-time radio' inclusion MPDMedia 1
   Proposed cut-off date for 'old-time radio' ChrisH8 1
     Re: Proposed cut-off date for 'old-time radio' MPDMedia 1
       Proposed revised catagories for Old-Time Radio ChrisH8 0
item to move likecats 1
   Re: item to move Jeff Kaplan 0
Old radio shows radioguy19 0
Old radio shows radioguy19 0
item to move likecats 1
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Doesn't this belong in Pulp Fiction, not Old-Time Radio? MPDMedia 1
   Re: Doesn't this belong in Pulp Fiction, not Old-Time Radio? Jeff Kaplan 0
Amusing 1949 Soundie R Pal 0
Items to Move likecats 1
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Please move this disc recording to Old Time Radio Greybelt 0
Please move to Old Time Radio Greybelt 0
Melbourne, Australia radio schedule for 11 June 1954 HappySwordsman 0
R.I.P. Harriet Conklin MPDMedia 1
   Re: R.I.P. Harriet Conklin FredGHaseney 0
How to organize upload of radio news scripts ArtCee 1
   Re: How to organize upload of radio news scripts Jeff Kaplan 1
     Re: How to organize upload of radio news scripts ArtCee 0
In time for the New Year BNRToast 0
fast forwarding sgtbull 0
fast forwarding sgtbull 0
A video that should be linked to the OTR section R Pal 0
Old FDR mike check humor HarryMinot 0
Where are the ad archives? dapperdane 0
PLEASE ENJOY -- Joe Hehn Memorial Collection -- background JoeHehnCollection 0
Please move to Old Time Radio Greybelt 0
Fibber McGee & Molly PostageDew 0
Please adjust as Text documents JoeHehnCollection 1
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