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Classical Radio Blogs and Tweets

See that link for Recommended Sites? It’s up at the top of the page, a bit to the left … find it? Or just use this link.

Check out that page. We’ve expanded our list of blogs from classical radio stations, updated some broken links, and added a list of classical radio people and stations that are using Twitter. You can find your favorite station, explore what other stations are doing online, and read more about radio, classical music, and public media.

Don’t see your classical radio blog or Twitter account on the list? Let us know about it in the comments. Thanks!

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6 Responses to Classical Radio Blogs and Tweets

  1. Richard Mitnick September 16, 2009 at 11:53 am #

    Mona-

    First, thanks for including Stephen Hill from Hearts of Space in your weblog list. H.O.S. has given my wife and me endless hours of enjoyment. Stephen Hill has brought a dimension to PubRadio to be found nowhere else. Since WNYC made the decision to drop the program, I am delighted with the opportunity to have an internet subscription – in fact, two subscriptions, one at home and one at work.The new web site and flash player are just not to be believed. They are just great.

    A really good station for Classical Music not on the list is WCNY, Syracuse, NY. I was a member before we got wnyc2, back in the Paul Dunn days. Don Dolloff and the “Three Bills” put up a really good listener experience. For Don, “Go Sox!!”

    An invaluable source for me when WNYC dumped daytime music was http://www.publicradiofan.com, where the searching listener can find everything and anything in PubRadio.

  2. Richard Mitnick September 16, 2009 at 11:58 am #

    Mona-

    Since you listed people Like Greg and Alex, does anyone know what’s up with Alan Rich’s “So I’ve Heard” Alan, in L.A., and octogenarian, last time I was able to read him, was still absolutely sharp as a tack.

    Also, Alex Ross at his site has a mind boggling list of critics and another of webloggers.

  3. Lisa Gray September 20, 2009 at 10:45 am #

    Mona – Thanks for this great list – hope there’s room for an addition? WDAV is a 24/7 classical pub radio station broadcasting at 89.9 FM in the Carolinas and internationally via online streaming at wdav.org, via iTunes and via iPhone Pub Radio app.

    Follow the station @wdav for playlist tweets + music news. We also have several staffers regularly on Twitter:

    General Manager Ben Roe @RoeDeo
    New Media Director Rachel Stewart @rastewart
    Announcer/Producer Jennifer Foster @WDAVJen
    Multimedia Producer Jeffrey Freymann-Weyr @jkfw
    Marketing Director Lisa Gray @lisavgray

    Will be updating my feeds and Twitter follows with your great list – thanks for the recommendations!

  4. Mike Janssen September 22, 2009 at 6:31 pm #

    Lisa, I added the links you provided — thanks!

  5. Ralph Graves September 23, 2009 at 5:28 am #

    Mona;

    Thanks for adding the WTJU “Classical Comments” blog to your list. Since we’re a multi-format station, some of our feeds are a mixture of classical and non-classical. Nevertheless, if you’d like to add them, we have some Twitter accounts folks might like to follow.

    @WTJUClassical – this is the Twitter for our music director, Paula O’Buckley
    @wtju911fm – this is the Twitter account for the station, and primarily provides schedule updates
    @ralphgraves – I provide updates for my program using the hashtag #WTJU, and occasionally tweet about classical music matters

    Thanks again!

    Ralph

  6. Mike Janssen September 23, 2009 at 8:26 am #

    Hi Ralph — I added these as well. Thanks!

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