Resources

A resource is a source or supply from which benefit is produced. Typically resources are materials, services, staff, or other assets that are transformed to produce benefit.  Benefits of resource utilization may include increased wealth, meeting needs or wants, proper functioning of a system, or enhanced well being. The goal of this page is to provide resources for the benefit of high school broadcasters and their advisors.

High school radio stations in the United States by location (call letters, location, description and website)
 https://mapsengine.google.com/map/u/0/edit?mid=zlDCEkiZW1x4.k9Txbuj7JJ3Q
Contributed by Brian Spilbeler, WHJE Station Manager, Carmel (IN) High School

High school radio, list of high school radio stations according to Wikipedia:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_school_radio

Oldest High School Radio Stations, article by Jennifer Waits posted in Radio Survivor April 22, 2015: Link

High School Radio Network: Link
Two sided coin: Have other high school radio stations air a show from your station...air radio shows from stations around the country on your station!



Teen Day Broadcasting Program 
sponsored by 91.7 The Edge.  Contributed by Dan Pettegrew.  
This program is an opportunity for teens to experience the broadcast field first-hand. Teen Day is currently operating in Los Angeles, California and Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.  Los Angeles begins in May and The Daily Jefferson County Union and 91.7 The Edge present an exciting program that will continue in September 2014 for the Fort Atkinson area teens!


 https://www.facebook.com/TeenDayBroadcast 

Youth Radio is an award-winning media production company that trains diverse young people in digital media and technology.  Partnering with industry professionals, students learn to produce marketable media for massive audiences while bringing youth perspectives to issues of public concern.
Our mission is to launch young people on career and education pathways by engaging them in work-based learning opportunities, creative expression, professional development, and health and academic support services.
Founded in 1992 in Berkeley during a period of heightened youth violence and homicide, Youth Radio was established as an outlet for Bay Area youth to process their experiences and provide an alternative perspective to the prevailing media dialogue. In 2007, Youth Radio moved its headquarters to downtown Oakland, helping transform an under-invested part of the city into a world-class center of art, commerce, and culture.
Youth Radio operates bureaus in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Washington, DC.
Link:  https://youthradio.org/
Radio Rookies sponsored by WNYC:  Radio Rookies is a New York Public Radio initiative that provides teenagers with the tools and training to create radio stories about themselves, their communities and their world.  LINK:  http://www.wnyc.org/shows/rookies/
Twitter Handles

High School Radio Day @HSRadioDay
WNAS  @WNAS881FM
WKCS  @WKCSRadio
WPPB  @MyPulseRadio
WCSK  @WCSK
WBFH  @TheBiff881
WLTL   @WLTL881
WAVM  @WAVMStudios
Radio Airlift  @RadioAirlift
WHHS  @WHHSFM
WZCO  @WZCO899
KBEM  @KBEMFM
KBCP  @KBCPRadio
WCYT @ThePoint91
KRHS  @KRHS901radio
WBDG @WBDG
KUOM @RadioK
WHJE @WHJE_Radio
WLLO @WLLO_LP_LEO103
WXMR @marengoradio
WRAM @WRAMRadio
WRPS @WRPSRockland
WKET @WKETRadio
WFHS @927thetiger
WCYT @ThePoint91
KBCP @KBCPRadio
KEOM @885KEOM
WBEM @WBEMfm
WZCO @wzco899
WHHS @WHHSFM
WEEM @917weem
Radio Airlift @RadioAirlift
WRWW @WRWWRadio
WCXS @TheSteelEagle
KSPB @KSPB919
The Pulse @PulseRadioAZ
KASB @KASBFM
WPMQ @WPMQ993


    
Spartan Youth Radio:  Canada's only high school podcast media station.
http://www.spartanyouthradio.com/

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WORLD RADIO DAY LINK 
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