Radio/DX Information from Wisconsin
This site is for people who love radio and are interested in long-distance listening (DXing) and/or in keeping up with the ever-changing radio scene in this part of the country.
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* About this Site: Why we're here
* Radio News and Notes: Tidbits about Wisconsin and area radio
* AM Expanded-Band Stations in the United States: A checklist of all the stations currently operating in the USA in the 1610-1700 kHz range, including formats, addresses, and more
* AM Radio in Wisconsin: Station lists, data, and web
site links, organized by frequency and location
* Long Wave in Wisconsin: This page lists all the long
wave beacons in the state, indicating on-air status, and is organized by frequency as well as location
* Radio Markets in and around Wisconsin: Dial summaries for some
cities in the region. The lists are grouped by state:
IL IN IA MI MN MO ND OH SD WI
* An Informal Club for Radio Hobbyists: A great way to meet other DXers and radio fans in the southern Wisconsin area
* Tim's Travel Page: Travel notes from our recent journeys
Some Recommended Web Sites
DX-midAMerica: Based in the Milwaukee area, this is a great source for current radio and DX information,
especially on AM and FM.
Mike's Radio World: Station links, live radio on the Web, a QSL card gallery and more.
Upper Midwest Broadcasting: A very comprehensive site that will answer virtually any question about radio in the region.
Wisconsin Radio Pages: Station information, transmitter site photos, and more.
Wisconsin Broadcast Page: A good source of radio and TV information in this part of the country.
Wisconsin Broadcasting.com: Lots of news and information about all facets of broadcasting in the Badger State.
Fox Valley Radio: An informative site that specializes in radio in east-central Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Radio Board.
Chicagoland Radio Call-Sign History: A fine history of Chicago's radio dial.
Chicago Media Headlines: All the latest news on the many stations and broadcast personalities in the Chicagoland area.
Windy City Radio discussion board.
Indiana Radio Watch: The best source of current news about broadcasting in Indiana.
The Iowa TV Webpage: The best source for detailed coverage of these stations.
Iowa Media Board.
Michiguide.com: Lots of information on radio and TV in Michigan.
N0UIH Amateur Radio and All-Band DXing Web Site: A great source of information on the St. Louis radio market.
StlRadio.com: A site devoted to St. Louis radio, past and present.
Nebraska Radio.com: A detailed and well-organized list of Nebraska stations.
International Radio Club of America: A club devoted to long-distance
listening on the AM band.
National Radio Club: 79 years old and going strong, the NRC is a club dedicated to AM DXing.
The Longwave Home Page: from the
Long Wave Club of America.
DX Association: A club for DXers on the higher frequencies.
BCB DX Logbook: A comprehensive list of United States AM stations sorted by frequency, call letters, city, and
state, compiled by Lee Freshwater.
100000watts.com: An outstanding directory of radio and television stations in the United States, by subscription.
William Hepburn's VHF-UHF Tropospheric Ducting Forecast: Watch this site and anticipate the good FM DX in your area.
WNAR Radio: Radio drama and music from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.
Prime Time Shortwave: Current data on the ever-changing English schedules of numerous shortwave stations.
DXtreme Software On the Web: A source for affordable software products for SW, MW, and VHF/UHF listeners and DXers.
Dave's Radio Receiver Page: This is the place to read expert opinions about the newest receivers.
The GE SuperRadio Frequently Asked Questions List: Everything you need to know about this excellent AM-FM portable receiver.
Angelfire: Want your own free web site? Click Here!
Classmates: Register yourself in your high school graduating class. It's free and it's fun!
of upcoming events
the radio hobbyist
Learning and Sharing 2013 Minneapolis MN, August 1-4, 2013. See www.durenberger.com for more information.
Madison-Milwaukee Get-Together Oak Creek WI, August 17, 2013. Contact Tim Noonan for more information.