Online and Offline OTR Museums
- The University of Maryland's Broadcast Pioneers Library. A site for folks who wish to do some serious research about OTR. This site also has a collection of historical OTR sounds, in WAV and AIFF format.
- The Museum of Television & Radio is a nonprofit organization founded by William S. Paley in 1975 to collect and preserve television and radio programs and to make these programs available to the public.
- Pioners de la radio
- Thomas White's United States Early Radio History
- The National Broadcasters Hall of Fame, in Camp Evans, NJ, honors the men and women who made broadcasting a communications marvel in the 1930's, 1940's, and 1950's.
- List of OTR Museums and Libraries. There are several museums or libraries that specialize in the history or preservation of OTR. This is a downloadable list of some of them.
- The United States Library of Congress has received several donations of transcriptions of old radio shows. Their holdings exceed 500,000 programs. A large collection of NBC, AFRTS, BBC and other recordings is being cataloged. In addition to these shows, they also have a large collection of radio-related items , including early folk and regional programs. (These are downloadable, zipped lists, collected from the LOC. Right-click to start the download procedss)