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This new, expanded 8th edition of John Figliozzi’s popular Listening Guide explains radio listening in all of today’s formats — live, on-demand, WiFi, podcast, terrestrial, satellite, internet, digital and, of course, analog AM, FM, and SW. The introductory section explains all of the newest delivery methods for radio, and the devices used to access broadcasts from around the world at any time of day or night. Listening to programs from distant lands is no longer a late night activity dependent upon shortwave propagation conditions. The Worldwide Listening Guide shows you how to access all of this audio content using the many different delivery platforms available today. Programs are listed by time of day, and also listed by program type or topic area. Focus is on English language programs.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Best World Radio Listening Guide Available If you’re interested in knowing what’s going on in the world: news beyond what your local radio/TV stations report, you need to tap into world radio. There are lots of ways to do that: get a shortwave radio, get your computer, phone, iPad, tablet, iPod or other internet device to receive radio from around the world. Lots of choices. But, you’ll need a guide to figure out what station is where. This book is the best there is.The Worldwide Listening Guide does two things: (1)…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Worldwide Listening Guide is an excellent complement to the World Radio Television Handbook. John’s Guide is a complete reference for all the different ways to listen to radio stations and their programming from all over the world. Provides data on Sirius/XM, internet, DRM, Podcasts, FM, Community Radio, shortwave and other modes of listening and a lot of detail on programming, especially from the major stations such as BBC, Radio Canada International, Radio New Zealand, Radio Australia, RTE in Ireland, NPR and so on. An excellent companion to the World Radio Television Handbook – the…

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