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Media: Upstart Station Corners Ed Radio Market


It's not really all that well known, and I have no real idea of its listernership or the quality of its programming.  But the BAM Radio Network seems to have cornered the market on "official" online education radio. BAM Radio creates  programming for teachers, education leaders, and parents on three main channels -- as well as programming for most of the major ed associations: NAESP, NASSP, AASA, IRA, NAEYC, PTA, NASN, NHSA, ASBO -- and now bills itself as "the world’s largest online education radio network." Some of its 12-minute radio shows -- Teacher's Aid, for example, are weekly.  Others -- for parents and leaders and associations -- are monthly.  And then there's the BAMMY awards. 

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