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Internet Radio Guide to Internet Radio News Radio Shows and Stations. Listen to on demand breaking news radio and daily current events news talk radio. Internet Radio Shows and Stations with Live News and talk radio shows.Click 'by Channels' for other Tal



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Day to Day - Live!
Day to Day, hosted by Alex Chadwick, with contributions from NPR reporters and Slate reporters, is a mid-day news show that "cuts to the chase". Directed towards listeners who want to catch up with the headlines during a mid-day break in their office or home.



All Things Considered - Live!
This two hour show presents the day's big stories, complimented by interviews, commentaries, and its distinctive music. Hosts for the show are Robert Siegel, Michele Norris, and Melissa Block, and various contributors include Daniel Schorr and Kevin Kling. Recent shows have included a range of topics including: Michael Moore discussing Disney blocking his new documentary, discussions on current televsion programming, and the trial of Terry Nichols.



To the Point - Live!
Hosted by Warren Olney, "To the Point" is a fast-paced, news based one-hour daily national program that focuses on the hot-button issues of the day, co-produced by KCRW and Public Radio International. Featuring three discrete segments - Newsmaker, Main Topic, Reporter's Notebook - To the Point presents informative and thought-provoking back-and-forth discussion. A mix of guests cover a range of concerns - politics, international affairs, technology, the environment - the front-page stories that attract a savvy news audience. Olney and his talented team of producers understand that the key to a good program is casting. With one of the richest rollodexes in broadcasting, the producers spend considerable time and effort selecting the guests. The line-up is constructed to juxtapose ideas that illuminate the issue. Olney gets to the point with hard-hitting questions that advance the story. He keeps the pace of the program fast and exciting. And the result is smart, relevant radio.



BBC World Service - Live!
A collection of various shows from the BBC covering a range of news, talk, sports, drama, science and other programming.



BBC Latest World News Bulletins - Live!
BBC World Service - Updated every minute of every day. World Edition.



NPR Hourly News - Live!
Hourly Update on Breaking News from National Public Radio. Segments on International, Domestic, Business, and Political developments throughout the day. Use this link to keep yourself abreast of important news and developments from around the world, whenever you are online, at your desk, or mobile.



MSNBC Live Feed
Streaming live on internet radio, MSNBC news.



Fox News Channel
Streaming on internet radio is the Fox News Channel.



CNN
Streaming on internet radio is CNN news ... 24/7 news ... note, this uses an embedded player, be sure to click the configure tab to allow the use of the embedded player.



CNN Radio
24/7 News Internet Radio coverage from Cable News Network. Tune in here for the latest news updates.



ABC News Radio
ABC NewsRadio is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's national radio network providing continuous news and information 24 hours a day. It can be heard in all Australia's capital cities plus Newcastle, the Gold Coast, and Gosford as well as on the internet.



Radio Netherlands - Latest News
Radio Netherlands is a multimedia organization. We share issues being discussed in Holland with the rest of the world, in Dutch and several foreign languages. We also cover regional developments in areas of the world without free media. For some consumers, instant live pictures from events on the other side of the globe have blurred political boundaries. But the issues being discussed are stronger than ever. As the new millennium further unfolds, Radio Netherlands focuses on providing relevant programming. We have to understand the widely differing information needs of our audience. So we continually examine the media landscape of our targets, looking for ways to complement what is already there. Then we design the best balance of radio, television and Internet programming to be effective. Education is an important part of our mission. The Radio Netherlands Training Centre organises courses and projects for journalists and media professionals, primarily in developing countries. We live in a Dangerous World Now that we're into a new century, the biased propaganda of the Second World War from 1939-45 may seem like a very long time ago. Yet the need for balanced and considered reporting has never been greater. The 20th century was scarred by organised group violence on an extraordinary scale. Around 250 significant armed conflicts have been waged: more than 110 million people died. Social violence is four times more likely to occur than when Radio Netherlands first started broadcasting in 1947. Our reporters have witnessed genocide via horrific calls from hate-radio operations in East Africa and one-sided war coverage in former Yugoslavia. And even more recently, the attack on the World Trade Centre in New York in 2001. These are just some examples that will have repercussions for many years to come. The only proven counter-measure is independent, balanced reporting. Bringing People Together Radio Netherlands means different things to different people.



NPR Hourly News
National Public Radio Hourly News While other news organizations downsized over the past several years, NPR News added reporters, correspondents, and offices worldwide, and now gathers and produces content from some 36 locations around the world. Audiences hear the results of NPR's dynamic expansion when correspondents stationed across the nation and around the world are able to bring them growing numbers of voices and unique perspectives from people around the world. In letters, e-mail, and focus groups around the country, listeners applaud the power of this programming, consistently describing NPR as "essential," "vital," and "indispensable." Listeners prove their support for NPR programs and NPR stations by tuning-in in rising numbers. Today more than 29 million people listen to public radio stations every week, up from about 2 million in the early 1980s. This upward listener trend in the last two decades is in large part attributable to the astounding growth of NPR News, a national service anchored by hourly newscasts and two signature, award-winning newsmagazines Morning Edition and All Things Considered. These programs are currently the second and third most listened-to radio programs in America. NPR News saw significant audience growth and retention after each major news event from the 1991 Gulf War to the Sept. 11 attacks to recent events in Iraq. Keeping pace with listener demand, NPR News has expanded its domestic and foreign news operations. In November 2002, NPR launched NPR West, a major new production studio located in Los Angeles, further diversifying and enhancing its reporting by establishing a critical mass of editorial staff on both coasts. This state-of-the-art newsgathering and production facility captures news, trends, and ideas from California to Colorado, and Seattle to Santa Fe. NPR West is fast becoming a resource that strengthens NPR's coverage by reflecting the ethnic diversity, cultural dynamism, and vibrancy of the American



America in the Morning - Live today at 5:00AM (ET)!
America in the Morning is a talk radio show with internet radio stream. This early morning news magazine program includes up to the minute coverage of breaking news and many feature stories.



The Takeaway - Live today at 6:00AM (ET)!
Streaming on internet radio, this is a national morning news program. Hosted by John Hockenberry, with the BBC World Service, the New York Times, and WGBH. It is co-produced by PRI.



BBC Newshour - Live today at 8:00AM (ET)!
Streaming on internet radio, this radio show is BBC's one hour news program from around the world brought to you by BBC's global correspondents.



On Point - Live today at 10:00AM (ET)!
Host Tom Ashbrook and News Analyst Jack Beatty present this live evening news program originating from WBUR in Boston. The news is presented in a variety of contexts. The show's three sections include: news debrief of the day's top stories, a conversation on a single topic, and personal reactions to a news story. Recent stories have varied from discussions with Arab journalists from Lebanon to Egypt to Saudi Arabia, to discussions about the federal funds rate.



BBC World Today - Live today at 6:00PM (ET)!
World Today examines in detail the stories which make the headlines. From politics and economics to international affairs, World Today offers news analysis and investigation of world events.



NewsHour with Jim Lehrer - Live today at 6:00PM (ET)!
NewsHour with Jim Lehrer provides a news summary for the day and follows with a couple of key reports covered in more depth. The highly acclaimed Jim Lehrer has been a trusted source of evening news for the public for nearly thirty years.



News and Notes - Live today at 8:00PM (ET)!
Streaming on internet radio, news and current affairs from NPR.