Here are some good non-commercial sources for radio programming and elements. Enjoy!
Lfm AUDIO - New Zealand-based production house most famous for their 3-cut custom jingle package for under $1,000 for LPFM and internet radio. Lfm also provides liners with American voice overs and subscription services such as weekly CHR "power-intros".
Music Radio Creative - UK-based production house providing American voice overs as well as syndicated sung jingles without a minimum buy.
Studio Dragonfly - TM Studio's jingle "outlet store" featuring many of the classic TM (and Century 21) jingle packages for broadcast use. The only catches are that you must purchase a minimum of 10 cuts (about $2,000) and you have to write your own lyrics to the jingles. (If you need help with jingle writing, please contact Michi Bradley, she's a jingle anorak..)
Pacifica Audioport - Loaded with affiliate submitted short and long form programming. It is well worth an affiliation with Pacifica.
A-Infos Project/Radio 4 All - Like Audioport with a lot of independent producer submitted programming. Freely downloadable with no subscription required.
Long Form Programming
NHK WORLD - Obtain a daily world news update as well as information on Japan free of charge from Japan's public broadcaster.
The Shortwave Report - 30 minute weekly show playing world news exceprts from international shortwave broadcasters. Updated Fridays. Also available through AudioPort.
Shibuya Station - A new one hour weekly Japanese pop music program available through Pacifica AudioPort and may be available outside of Pacifica at our discretion. Please contact REC Networks at the "Contact REC" link above.
Greatest Hits USA - When you become an affiliate, this will be in your mailbox every Friday at 2AM.
The Classic Rock Express - Jay Ryan. - The best classic rock and deep cuts form the late 60s, 70s and 80s.
Retro 80s Weekend - Dean Fettes - Playing the biggest (and not so big) hits from the 1980s.
Rick's Radio Roots - Rick Hagerty - Explore history through entertainment and discover the fabric of America in the "golden age" of radio.
All The Hits - Rick Johnson - The best in Chicago radio from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
The Wild Bill Show - William Riley - The best charted and offbeat tracks from the world of blues, rockabilly, doo-wop, northern soul and country gold from the 50s to the 80s.
Pat Gwinn at the Beach - Celebrating Carolina beach music, new and old! Artist interviews and more.
In a Nutshell with Al Weissman - A radio show featuring live entertainment and an eclectic selection of music with Al Weissman's unique analysis and comments.
Story Untold - Highlights the wonderful group harmony and rock and roll music of the 50s and the early 60s. Story Untold goes well beyond the hits and plays B-sides, LP only cuts and exclusive, unreleased material from the record collection of the show's host, P.J. Noce.
That Thing with Rich Appel - If you loved the fast-paced top-40 radio of the 1960s and 70s where DJs talked up to the vocals, acapella and shotgun jingles stood out and the commercials were almost as good as the hits - you might like That Thing with Rich Appel.
Many more program sources are available at the programming list at CBI.
Live (real-time) Programming
J1 RADIO - At this time, we are taking a show of interest for a weekly program consisting of today's Japanese popular music direct from the charts. If demand warrants, we can extend the programming to include Korean pop. Programming would be fed overnight through our J1 XTRA channel. Please contact REC Networks at the "Contact REC" link above. (please do not rebroadcast J1 HITS or J1 XTRA without contacting us first. The J1 broadcasts contain material that may not be cleared for broadcast.)
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Good programming at a reasonable price is out there if you know where to find it.