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Jim French Productions - Harry Nile
"An alternate to www.jimfrenchproductions.com. Creator of Harry Nile, Crisis and other contemporary audio drama."
 http://www.harrynile.com/
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  New Time Radio

Jim Hawkins' Radio Room
"Historic information on radio transmitters, antenna sites, with virtual tours of some of them."
 http://hawkins.pair.com/radio.shtml
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Historical

Jim Hawkin's WABC Radio 77
Article and information on WABC Radio's transmitter and its history. Excellent tour!
 http://hawkins.pair.com/wabc.shtml
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Historical

Jim Hawkins WLW Page
"Take a tour of the original WLW transmitter. WLW was the only station to ever broadcast at 500,000 Watts back in the early 30's before the FCC decided to stop it. Interesting information."
 http://hawkins.pair.com/wlw.shtml
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Historical

Jim Watson's Crosley Radio Page
This is probably the best unofficial Crosley radio page. Everything you want to know about the Crosley radio is probably here.
 http://www.crosleyradios.com/
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Radio Hardware

John & Jean Antique Radio Collectors
"Web site devoted to the hardware of radio including restoration, radios for sale and links to others with similar interests."
 http://www.johnjeanantiqueradio.com/
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Radio Hardware

John Crosby review of the first Dragnet show
"John Crosby, who was radio critic for the New York Herald Tribune wrote a column on this new show in 1949. This is the column."
 http://www.badge714.com/DRAGNYHT.HTM
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Historical

John Mullin: A Recording Pioneer
"Excellent historical article on John ""Jack"" Mullin, who introduced America to high-fidelity recording, and created many of the key standards still used in the recording industry."
 http://www.tvhandbook.com/History/History_mullin.htm
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Historical

John Wrisley's OTR Page
Weekly radio trivia on old-time radio.
 http://www.wrisley.com/otr.htm
   Last Verified:  7-Dec-2005
   Category:  Old-Time Radio - General

Johnny Celebrates 25 Years
"Article on Johnny Roventini, who was the primary voice of Philip Morris cigarettes for many years with his ""Call for Philip Morris!"""
 http://www.old-time.com/commercials/1950's/Call%20For%20Philip%20Morris.html
   Last Verified:  2-Feb-2008
   Category:  OTR Articles

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