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How do you find a radio station guide?

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Find a broadcast radio station guide at Radio-Locator.com, and find an Internet radio station guide at Internet-Radio.com. As of December 2015, Radio-Locator.com lists more than 10,000 broadcast radio stations around the world, and Internet-Radio.com lists about 50,000 streaming stations around the world.

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On the main page at Radio-Locator.com, type a ZIP code or a city and state in the Find U.S. Radio by City or Zip box, and then click Go to display a list of broadcast radio stations in that area. To display a list of radio stations by format, select a format on the Find U.S. Radio by Format drop-down menu, such as Business News, Classic Rock or Sports. To display a list of radio stations in a particular country, select a country on the Find World Radio drop-down menu. Listings include radio station call signs, station locations and formats, and meter-like symbols that depict signal strengths at specified distances from stations. For information about a station, click its call sign in a listing to redirect your browser to the station's website.

On the main page at Internet-Radio.com, click on a station format, such as Blues, Oldies, Celtic or Indie to display a list of streaming Internet-based radio stations. Click the red arrow icon in a listing to play the station via your browser. To play a station via a different application, click a format button, such as PLS, M3U, RAM or FLA, to launch the station with the application your computer or other device associates with that format. For information about a station, click the Web address in a listing to redirect your browser to the station's website.

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