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The DC Radio Dial for Federal Government News

Those of you who reside like I do in the DC area can probably skip this post. Those of you outside of the area might like to learn about a few over-the-air radio stations we have.All of them stream. Lots of government info.

1) Washington Post Radio (1500 AM, 107.5 FM)
Lots of interviews. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/wtwpradio/index.html
Streaming info:

2) WTOP 103.5 FM
The all-news, all the time station.
Streaming Info:

3) Federal News Radio (WFED)
Steaming of WFED

4) C-SPAN Radio
Schedule: http://www.c-span.org/Radio/web/schedule.asp?Cat=TV&Code=CSR
One thing C-SPAN Radio offers, replays of the Sunday AM talk shows.

Also, mobile access to information is something I’m personally very interested.

This site: http://tuned.mobi
makes streaming audio very easy to stream to both mobile devices and regular tools with just one click. All of the stations listed are located in:
Sites in:
+ U.S.
+ Canada
+ UK
+ Ireland
+ Australia

Again, a great tool to stream radio, saving time, avoiding pop-ups and other registration.