ABOUT THE SITE
The Texas Radio Collection is my
personal endeavor to share radio imaging from the state of Texas.
Here, you can find everything I have in my personal collection, including
off-air montages, scoped
and unscoped airchecks, as well as a few full station ID packages. My
goal is to expand the material
on the site as much as I possibly can, but I'd always appreciate any and all
help in this endeavor. My
travels to the far north, south, east and west portions of the state are
typically limited, so any help from
those areas (ie: Tyler, Nacogdoches, Beaumont, Houston, Amarillo, El Paso,
Brownsville, Laredo, and surrounding areas) would be especially helpful.
All of the material presented on this site is copyright by its original
producer and is presented here for
entertainment, historical and/or educational purposes only. If a
copyright holder wishes for any particular
material to be removed from the site, please contact me at the address
below. All off-air material was personally
recorded by me, with a
few exceptions which are noted on
files. Any and all contributions
to the site will be credited
to the contributor.
For aircheck and
jingle traders: If you have any material
from Texas (or basically anywhere else, regarding jingle packages), please
check out the Unscoped
Airchecks page and my Trade List page (found by
clicking here) to see all of the material I currently have
to trade. If you see something
you'd be interested in, please contact me at the address below. This
is a non-profit website, so no material listed on any page of this site is
for sale. Anyone who offers to purchase any material, particularly any
kind of full jingle package listed, will be ignored, no exceptions.
The full packages presented on this site are the results of countless hours
of work by other people, and thus are only available as a means of trading
for other such packages.
NOTE: Since this is just a hobby of mine, other commitments may delay
e-mail responses during various
parts of the year, but I typically should be able to respond within a week
during the busiest times. Otherwise,
I typically do my best to respond to e-mails within 24 hours.