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Old 12-26-2009, 12:03 AM
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Hopefully at least some of you took advantage of some of the over the air programming in these pages. Being that Christmas was on a Friday, some of the commercial stations may continue Christmas music through the weekend, but I highly doubt it.

The two legendary 24 hour Christmas marathon shows have concluded for 2009. I got to record the majority of both shows and listen live for a while. In addition I was able to log in to each chat and hang out a bit. Fun stuff for a tradition!

But, just in case you though that radio would cut you off cold, left over turkey, hold on to your candy canes! It ain’t quite over yet for on air broadcasts!

Regular readers of this thread will, no doubt, be in the know and still tuned online (and maybe on the radio dial) to WCSF from Joliet, Illinois! That’s right, The University of St. Frances radio station still has a whole EIGHT days of Christmas music left!

What are you waiting for? (As always, remember boys and girls, a preposition are a terrible think to end a sentence with.)

WCSF – 88.7 – Joliet, Illinois USA

All Christmas with an online listen link til January 2, 2010!

http://www.stfrancis.edu/content/the...eam/index.html

But wait! That ain’t all! We’ve come full circle! The last portion of WCFS’ Christmas programming consists of back to back airings of the show/item that started this thread back on Rudolph Day, July 25, 2009!
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The reason we can start so early!

“Christmas Across The Lands” is a twelve hour syndicated Christmas show that stations may purchase and air. Breaks are included for local stations to insert commercials and other items of interest. Many have their employees and/or public officials offering Holiday greetings during these breaks.

2009 is the Tenth Anniversary of “Christmas Across The Lands” and at post time work is in progress for the eleventh hour of the program to be finished.

But here is the BEST PART!! 2009 Hour One is available for a listen! Check it out! - http://www.christmasacrossthelands.com/

Don’t forget the playlist.
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