RADEX1925 to 1942 - Over 100 issuesAll are Searchable by keywords The listener's guide when there were fewer local stations and much listening was at night to skywave signals. US, Canada, Mexico. Great articles on radio.
RCA Broadcast News1950's - 1980's75 total issues now indexedIssues courtesy of Fred Morton & Steve Comer .The RCA broadcast equipment division's magazine with articles about stations, engineering and equipment.
Jones / SAMS Log1957 to 198513 available hereThe DXer's and station owner's favorite list of all US Radio and TV stations. Pepared by Vane Jones from the late 50's onwards.
Equipment Catalogs50's to 80'sA variety of years. Major broadcast equipment manufacturers showing radio gear from the era. Collins, Harris, RCA, Gates and Continental.
FM Atlas New section!1970 - 2010The late Dr Bruce Elving's marvelous publication which plots every FM on maps plus listings including formats and SCA. Please advise if you have any missing issue.
Telecasting Yearbook1950'sFor several years in the 50's, Broadcasting Magazine separated the publication of television from radio and produced two yearbooks. Three are available.
Variety Radio Annual1930's 2 issues availableVariety Magazine publised at least three editions of its Radio Annual, listing stations and talent.
Communications1930's and 1940's 34 issues availableCommunications Magazine details the technical side of radio and related fields: articles on stations and the development of FM in the 40's. Pictures of antennas and studios.
M Street Radio Directory1989 - 2010The most accurate and complete listing of radio stations ever published. There are 19 of these books in my collection, and I've requested permission to use from the publishers of Inside Radio. Please support this effort writing to email@example.com
World Radio Handbook40's to 90'sInternational directory of radio stations. More recednt editions have TV and limited FM data. Focus is mostly on AM and shortwave
My Radio Photos: 1963Stations in Latin America in 1963 See Mexico City, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panamá and Colombia. The picture is your webmaster inside the XEW 250,000 watt transmitter in Mexico City.