The Citizens’ Council, founded in Indianola, Mississippi in 1954 following the Brown v. Board decision, was very powerful in working to maintain segregation in Mississippi. The Citizens’ Council radio Forum ran from 1957-1966 and features dozens of national and Mississippi politicians and covers topics ranging from reaction to the Civil Rights Act to the fear of Communism. Mississippi State University Libraries is the only repository who has the complete run of the Forum.
From 1966 to 1999, the television series Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr. was a venue for debate and discussion on political, social, and philosophical issues with experts of the day. More than 350 full programs and transcripts of all programs freely available online.
This digital collection includes materials from the radio broadcasting collections within the Popular Music and Culture Collection. Items include selected photographs from the WSB Radio Records and documents from the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame Collection – including issues of the Southern Music Survey from 1963 to 1966.
This is a landing page for the different radio programs archives on the Internet Archive. Provides access for more than 240,000 audio files. Excellent for browsing and targeted searching for program titles or hosts.
Nexis Uni includes thousands of U.S. and non-U.S. news sources; legal materials: case law, statutes and law reviews; and company/business information. Excellent coverage from 1990 onward, some back coverage. To find radio, look for "Broadcast Transcriptions" under News limitation for Type.
Contains nearly every entry for the first major broadcast award given in the United States. Entries begin in 1940 for radio and 1948 for television. Parts of the collections have been digitized (more than 4,500 sound files), including the "WUOG FM 90.5 Radio collection."
1,960 audiocassettes, 1,663 open-reel audio tapes, 5 digital audio tapes, and 37 VHS video tapes from Radio Haiti-Inter, documenting Haitian politics, society and culture from 1957 to 2003 (bulk 1972-2003). More that 5,500 items available online.