, Kingston, NH


March 7, 2013

RCTV Brings New Sounds

RAYMOND - Raymond Community Television (RCTV) is expanding its bulletin board background music repertoire. A new Vancouver-based radio network, SRN delivers a variety of music from 1898 to 1970, including nostalgic, big band and swing music. It also hosts Old Times Radio (from 1929-62) and news, information and education for the visually impaired and disabled. It offers newspaper reading provided by the American Councils for the Blind, the National Federation for The Blind and other sources. On SRN, you’ll also hear historical audio, such as presidential speeches, D-Day coverage, USO tours such as Bob Hope’s and more. The station has about 12,000 Old Time Radio recordings available, originating from 45, 78, 33 and 16 RPM records, and even a few Edison wax and tin-foil recordings.

AM 1700(in Vancouver,Wa) is The Flagship Station of The Syncopated Radio Network, simulcasting the same programming. SRN is a free full-service audio service available to all Nursing Homes, Facilities, and Access Channels.

RCTV will access SRN and other Internet radio stations via their streaming web sites.

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