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Please add to the list here!

AM/FM affiliates:

KCXL 1140 AM in Liberty, MO          http://www.kcxl.com
KCAA 1050 AM in Loma Linda, CA    http://www.kcaaradio.com
KLBJ 590 AM in Austin, TX              http://www.590klbj.com
KTAE 1330 AM in Cameron, TX        http://www.ktae.net
WBCR 1470 AM in Alcoa, TN           http://www.truthradio.tv
WCER 900 AM in Canton, OH          http://www.wcer.us
WLUV 1520 AM in Loves Park, IL     (not given)
WTAR 850 AM in Norfolk, VA          http://www.wtar.com

Shortwave affiliates:

WWCR (various freq.) in TN           http://www.wwcr.com

Satellite affiliates:

Visit http://www.gofastmotorsports.com/alex.htm for info on listening to the Alex Jones Show via satellite!

And of course, http://www.nfowars.net is the main internet listening site.

How exactly can I get this done here in Toledo, Ohio? I feel that many are still asleep here... and we're a hard hit state by all of this treasonous work Clinton and the Fascio-commis have done. (debasing the mfg fields)

I think the best way to do this is to get a list of ALL AM/FM stations in your area, which can easily be done online, and contact each one individually and find out firstly if you have an affiliate in your area.  If so, even if they don't have a website, you can post here the call letters, frequency, and the city/state.  Then people can come here and see for themselves if there is an affiliate in their area.

The affiliates come and go (especially micro FM stations it seems), so this list is malleable.  Maybe someone with a little more knowledge than I can make a map of the country, like they have on the Coast to Coast AM website, with a way to click on your state, and you'll be taken to a page with your state's info.  Just a thought.

It's going to take a combined effort from all of us to do a little research and add to the list.  And if a list out there exists already, PLEASE post it here!

And who knows?  If you find a station with a format that is compatible with the show, find out the information you can give to the station programming director from GCN @ http://www.gcnlive.com and who knows?  You might be instrumental in getting a GCN affiliate in your area!  :)

If I had the licensing fee for the FCC ($10,000 yearly?), I'd run a micro FM myself!

Here's a way you guys can help.. if you call into the show and get on the air, why not take a few seconds at the get go to say where you're calling from and give the call letters of the station you are listening toon the air, if you are listening on AM/FM?  I'd appreciate it!  That way, the list can grow, you are helping give others a new way of listening they may not know about, and I'm sure the station would appreciate it as well.


On Demand listening of Alex Jones' shows and several others:



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