Although audio is my main interest, radio comes in as a close second. Radio predates electronic audio and much of audio’s technology has come out of radio. I’ve stumbled across the site Arcane Radio Trivia and have found it so interesting that I have read every one of its posts, starting from April 2005. It is written by Jose Fritz (I suspect a pseudonym) who apparently has a career in the radio business. Jose also contributes record reviews to the Stranded in Stereo site.
Arcane Radio Trivia covers all aspect of radio imaginable: from technology, history, radio personalities, books about radio, to what stations Jose has heard on his frequent road trips. His views echo mine: skepticism of the growth of corporate radio, support of independent local stations, and heavy skepticism of the FCC and NAB (National Association of Broadcasters). The postings seem quickly written and often have spelling or grammatical mistakes, but the content is fresh, and he posts nearly every weekday! There are often week-long tutorials or history lessons and many good links to other sites. Sample some of his archives and I’d bet you will find yourself wanting to read “just one more posting”.