Internet Talk Radio started broadcasting in 1993 as the first radio station on the Internet.
As part of the museum.media.org effort to rescue
some of our past work, we're also maintaining archives of early programs in their original state. Over time, we hope
to go back and rescue these archives, but for now we offer them to you the way they looked in the early days of the web. You
may find some broken links and some musty audio formats, but we hope you'll find some use for the data in the state
they are in until we get around to refurbishing them.
Computers, Freedom, and Privacy - Recorded live at the conference in 1995.
The National Press Club - Two years of Press Club Luncheons which were sent out live over the MBONE and recorded to disk for your asynchronous enjoyment.
Common Ground - A public radio program.
Communications Revolution - A series recorded at KPFA in
Dialogue - A public radio program.
Food and Friends - An early production by the
Internet Multicasting Service.
Geek of the Week - The first radio program on the Internet.
HarperAudio - Readings by famous poets including Robert Frost and T.S. Eliot.
Hell's Bells - An incredible series on the history of
telecommunications by Greg McVicar.
Joint Economic Committee - First congressional hearings on the
Dr. Michael Broyles - What to Listen for in Music. A
joint production with the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
The Snow Queen - A joint production with the
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Dr. Billy Taylor - What is Jazz? A joint production
with the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Young Performing Artists Showcase - A joint
production with the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
The Ballad of Ned Ludd - A Techno-Folk Opera.
Mark Miller - Discover a new world of flavor with this
Minibar - An Internet minibar. A joint production with
a liquor store around the corner.
Space Story - NASA's Space Story.
SoundBytes - Digestible pieces of sound for your
Soundprint - A public radio program.
TechNation - A public radio program.
United Nations 50th Anniversary - Recorded live on-site.
Unformatted - RT-FM.
Cliff Stoll - Recorded live before Cliff
Monitor Radio - A public radio program.
Radio France International - A joint production with the
French Embassy before things went south (actually South Pacific).
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