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Oct 21 2010
1 Disney operates the following radio networks: 14883
2 NBC (NBC Radio now owned by Westwood One) 8418
3 CNN Max Radio Network 8240
4 Associated Press Radio Network [link] 4464
5 National Public Radio 4021
6 Voice of America (information/entertainment, not for U.S. listeners) 1780
7 Clear Channel Communications 1590
8 K-LOVE [link] 1367
9 Radio Disney 949
10 ESPN Radio 727
11 Navigator (Metro Entertainment Ten Second Network) 657
12 American Family Radio [link] 644
13 Air 1 [link] 520
14 Moody Radio [link] 432
15 NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards (information, for U.S. listeners) 421
16 Westwood One Radio Networks, managed by CBS Radio, operates the following radio networks: 411
17 Family Radio [link] 395
18 Fox News Radio 366
19 Fox Sports Radio 354
20 New Jersey Network [link] 353
21 Premiere Radio Networks (subsidiary of Clear Channel) [link] 350
22 Public Radio International 312
23 CBS Radio Network 309
24 Talk Radio Network [link] 297
25 ABC News Radio (Provides news programming to ABC Radio, now owned by Citadel Broadcasting.) 288
26 WCBS FM 101.1 SCA [link] 279
27 Pacifica Radio 278
28 Sporting News Radio (Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's venture) 277
29 Minnesota Public Radio [link] 263
30 American Public Media [link] 256
31 WWV Time Service (information, for U.S. listeners) 253
32 Salem Radio Network 238
33 Mutual Broadcasting System (defunct, absorbed by Westwood One) 214
34 MetroMedia Radio (defunct) 193
35 Wisconsin Public Radio [link] 175
36 CSN International (formerly Calvary Satellite Network) [link] 168
37 Northeast Public Radio 163
38 Univision Radio (Spanish language radio network, owned by Univision) 161
39 American Urban Radio Networks [link] 156
40 Dial Global (now owned by Triton Media Group) 156
41 Georgia Public Radio [link] 151
42 Oregon Public Broadcasting [link] 146
43 World Radio Network [link] 130
44 Jefferson Public Radio (southern Oregon/northern California) [link] 122
45 Bible Broadcasting Network [link] 102
46 Maine Public Broadcasting Network [link] 98
47 Wyoming Public Radio [link] 95
48 South Dakota Public Radio [link] 91
49 Chicago Cubs Radio Network 84
50 RKO Radio Network (defunct; absorbed by Westwood One, see also Transtar) 80
51 USA Radio Network [link] 78
52 Family Life Network [link] 67
53 Texas State Network, a subsidiary of CBS Radio. [link] 66
54 Relevant Radio [link] 63
55 Music of Your Life [link] (formerly distributed by Jones Radio Network) 62
56 RadioU [link] 59
57 Radio Sawa (information/entertainment, for Middle East listeners) 58
58 Vermont Public Radio [link] 58
59 Smile FM (Michigan) [link] 57
60 Connecticut Public Radio [link] 54
61 Radio America 49
62 United Stations Radio Networks [link] The New York-based company was founded in 1994 by radio pioneers Dick Clark and Nick Verbitsky and remains the country's largest independently owned and operated syndicated radio network. Also see: RKO Radio Network. 48
63 National Black Network (defunct) 48
64 North Carolina Public Radio [link] 47
65 Sports Fan Radio Network (defunct) 46
66 I.E. America Radio Network (defunct) 46
67 Waitt Radio Networks [link] (now owned by Triton Media Group) 46
68 Rural Radio Network (operated 1948-1960 in New York state; defunct) 44
69 Satellite Music Network (now owned by ABC Radio) 43
70 American Blues Network [link] 42
71 Performance Racing Network 38
72 Sports Byline USA 36
73 Rejoice! Musical Soul Food [link] 36
74 National Radio Network 35
75 Public Radio Exchange [link] 35
76 Accent Radio Network [link] 35
77 New Hampshire Public Radio [link] 34
78 Montana Public Radio [link] 34
79 God's Country Radio Network 34
80 North Carolina News Network, a subsidiary of Capitol Broadcasting Corporation. [link] 33
81 Washington News Desk (defunct) 33
82 Liberty Broadcasting System (defunct) (created by Gordon McClendon, father of Top-40 Radio; a subsidiary of the telecommunications company IDT Corp) 33
83 Heartland Public Radio 32
84 Don Lee Network (defunct) 30
85 Michigan Talk Network, a subsidiary of Citadel Broadcasting. [link] 29
86 Prairie Public(North Dakota) [link] 28
87 CMU Public Radio (Michigan) [link] 28
88 Progressive Broadcasting System (defunct) 27
89 Yankee Network and Colonial Network (defunct) 27
90 NBC Talknet (defunct) 25
91 Enterprise Radio Network (defunct) 23
92 United Press International Radio Network(defunct) 23
93 TKO Radio Network 21
94 WGBB AM 1240 [link] 20
95 Louisiana Network. [link] 20
96 Cejka Weather Network, run by WIVB-TV meteorologist Mike Cejka, provides forecasts to independent stations in the Twin Tiers and Western New York 17
97 Independent Public Radio (Minnesota) [link] 15
98 New Northwest Broadcasters 13
99 Amalgamated Broadcasting System (defunct) 11
100 Transtar (still in operation under other names, now owned by Dial Global) 11
101 WHJM (newest station) 11
102 Genesis Communications Network [link] 11
103 Champions Soccer Radio Network [link] 11
104 Sun Radio Network 7
105 Independent Broadcasters Network (defunct) 6
106 CNN Radio Network [link] (owned by Time Warner) 6
107 Talk America Radio Network (renamed Liberty Broadcasting System, a subsidiary of the telecommunications company IDT Corp) [link] 6
108 Wisdom Radio Network 6
109 Illinois Radio Network, a subsidiary of Saga Communications. [link] 6
110 Keller Broadcasting [link] 6
111 The Source (defunct) 5
112 Mutual Lifestyle Radio (defunct) 5
113 Keystone Broadcasting System (defunct) 5
114 Mutual Black Network (defunct) 5
115 Fundamental Broadcasting Network [link] 5
116 Radio 74 [link] 5
117 Minnesota News Network. a subsidiary of Saga Communications. 5
118 United Stations Radio Network (the original version, merged into Westwood One; the similarly named United Stations Radio Networks was a revival based on this version and is still in operation today) 5
119 BLAISE (Metro News Ten Second Network) < 5
120 Beethoven Satellite Network < 5
121 Toccoa Falls College Radio Network [link] < 5
122 Family Life Communications [link] < 5
123 CDR Radio Network [link] < 5
124 NeXt Radio Network < 5
125 Mars Hill Broadcasting [link] < 5
126 Radio Unica (Spanish language radio network; defunct) < 5
127 Sound of Life Network [link] < 5
128 Georgia News Network, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. < 5
129 EWTN Radio [link] < 5
130 ETV (South Carolina Public Radio Network) [link] < 5
131 Michigan Radio Network, a subsidiary of Saga Communications. [link] < 5
132 VCY America Radio Network [link] < 5
133 Radio PA Networks of Pennsylvania, a subsidiary of WITF-FM. [link] < 5
134 Immanuel Broadcasting Network < 5
135 MetroNews Radio Network of West Virginia, a subsidiary of West Virginia Radio Corporation. [link] < 5
136 Nebraska Radio Network, a subsidiary of Learfield Communications. < 5
137 American Armed Forces Radio Network [link] (for members of the U.S. military) < 5
138 Virginia News Network, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. [link] < 5
139 Progressive Radio Network [link] < 5
140 High Country Community Radio Coalition (HCCRC) [link] < 5
141 Northwest Community Radio Network [link] < 5
142 EMF Broadcasting (Educational Media Foundation) [link] < 5
143 West Virginia Public Radio [link] < 5
144 Radiovisa (Spanish language talk radio network; defunct) < 5
145 Lifestyle TalkRadio Network [link] < 5
146 Wisconsin Radio Network, a subsidiary of Learfield Communications [link] < 5
147 Sheridan Broadcasting Network (defunct) < 5
148 Mariners Radio Network < 5
149 Northern Broadcasting System [link] < 5
150 Alabama Radio Network, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. < 5
151 Bloomberg Business News Radio Network [link] < 5
152 Network Indiana, a subsidiary of Emmis Communications. [link] < 5
153 Air America Radio [link] < 5
154 Flavor Radio Network [link] < 5
155 Chinese Radio Network (Mandarin language from New York) < 5
156 Kansas Public Radio [link] < 5
157 Jones Radio Network (now owned by Triton Media Group) < 5
158 Cable Radio Network < 5
159 Mississippi News Network, a subsidiary of TeleSouth Communications. < 5
160 ABC News & Talk (defunct) < 5
161 ABC Radio (now owned by Citadel Broadcasting) < 5
162 Pillar of Fire, Intl. [link] < 5
163 Ohio Public Radio [link] < 5
164 Agri Broadcasting Network (ABN, founded by Ed Johnson, now owned by AdVance Broadcast & Communication, Ltd.) [link] < 5
165 Radio Martí (propaganda, for Cuban listeners) < 5
166 Florida's Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. < 5
167 Radio Free Europe (propaganda, for Eastern European listeners) < 5
168 MRN Radio (Motor Racing Network, a subsidiary of NASCAR) [link] < 5
169 Tennessee Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. [link] < 5
170 NBC News and Information Service (defunct) < 5
171 WONE Radio Network < 5
172 Ohio News Network, a subsidiary of Dispatch Broadcast Group. [link] < 5
173 Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN Radio Network) [link] < 5
174 Oklahoma News Network, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. < 5
175 Empire Radio Network, a cooperative news network of independent stations WYSL, WCJW, WSPQ, and many others in Western New York. Also has an Albany bureau. < 5

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