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wsRadio (The ws of wsRadio stands for World Syndicated Radio.) is an Internet talk radio which started broadcasting on August 15, 2001 with 5 shows and has grown to over 120 shows.

Broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, "the Sun never sets on".

In 2008, wsRadio had over $1 million in advertising revenue, including eBay Radio and PayPal Radio.[1]

Notable shows

  • The Peggy Smedley Show, the voice of M2M and connected devices
  • APS Stamp Talk show for the world of stamp collectors, from the American Philatelic Society
  • Computer and Technology Radio with Marc Cohen and Marsha Collier
  • The Doc Love Show: Understanding Women For Men Only features the teachings of Doc Love
  • Integrity Talk Radio with Dr. David S. Gruder, PhD, The Integrity Warrior and Lee Mirabal
  • Pickens Plan Radio supporting the Pickens Plan and "ensuring our Nation's Energy Independence" (coming November 2010)
  • Randy Jones on Baseball with Randy Jones and Joe Tutino
  • Washington Times Inside the Beltway Radio with journalist John McCaslin - archives June 2008 to May 2009
  • Washington Times Inside the Story Radio with journalist Rick Amato


External links

  • homepage
  • Alexa Internet
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