The first network of its kind, RadioSource.NET enables broadcast stations
and the general public to use a searchable database to access audio programming provided by university news departments from around the country.
At no charge users are able to…
- search for information topically and regionally
- preview programs in streaming formats, including RealAudio
- download files in a variety of formats including MP3, WAV, and AIF
- print scripts of audio programs when available
- access Spanish-language programming
New stories are continually added, so check back often! Reports cover a variety of topics such as credit and financial information, nutrition, and mental health.
Also, RadioSource provides access to several weekly radio series, including Better Farming and Southern Gardening, both produced by the Mississippi State University Extension Service,
and Family Album, a series on family issues produced by University of Florida faculty from the Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences and IFAS Extension.
RadioSource.NET was launched with the help of a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the American Distance Education Consortium's (ADEC) Agricultural Telecommunications Program.
The RadioSource.NET host site was developed by the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Broadcast radio stations are welcome to use the content provided on RadioSource.NET
free of charge for rebroadcast with proper attribution. For more information about the RadioSource.NET project, or if you are interested in becoming a member, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.