Very good Radio Search Engine
Pros : It finds stations from 1 mile to 200 miles radius. Cons : Does not do distant skywave or Sporadic E signals from 200 to 1000 miles. Also does not do long wave signals from other parts of the world the same way as North American signals. Also it does not cover Mexican or Canadian signals.
From Page: "Welcome to Radio-Locator, the most comprehensive radio station search engine on the internet. We have links to over 10,000 radio station web pages and over 2500 audio streams from radio stations in the U.S. and around the world."
What robby04 said.
This is perfect!
A must have bookmark
didn't help me find anything new in the area, but it'll be useful when i travel so i know what the stations are when I go somewhere else.
Been using this site for yearrrrrrsssss. Quick, simple, and it just plain works.
Radio-Locator a MUST! I use this site daily to listen to radio stations all over the USA. Keeps me up-to-date since I now live in Europe!
In addition to streaming any station, they also give you a graph of signal strengths across the dial from any zip code. A great tool for car trips out of town. And.... can you say, "Pirate Radio"? Do you want to do more than just podcast and stream your bad record collection and obnoxious political views to an uncaring planet? This tool will tell you which frequencies in your area are not being used. How many watts do you think you can force feed your neighborhood before the FCC sends in the S.W.A.T. team? Peace, Poohshae
One of the largest radio station databases in the world. Links to "over 10,000 radio station web pages and over 2500 audio streams" US and internationally. Via ResourceShelf.com on 19-JUL-2007 during discussion of its "Unused FM Frequency" database.
been looking for a site like this, hopefully it meets my expectations!!