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Some of these resources provide for on-line listening to music, or watching television and video.





 Vital Connections is a program of the Partnership to Preserve Independent Living




Links to everything about movies. 
Features over one million pages of in-depth movie information, including movie descriptions and reviews, showtime listings, entertainment news, and an extensive multimedia library 

Television for the Coachella Valley, including breaking news stories.

Listen on-line to "America's Jazz Station", a 24-hour public, member-supported jazz, blues and information station serving Los Angeles and Orange Counties, as well as the Inland Empire, and distributed nationwide via cable and satellite access.

KVCR Channel 24, Inland Empire PBS 
Click on KVCR programming link and the station's schedule appears and links to many different PBS stations, shows
websites and events of interest. 

Movie Showtimes

Search database by zip code to find show times in your area.

Museum of Broadcast Communications

Includes and Encyclopedia of Television with streaming video, plus access to over 85,000 hours of television and radio shows.

National Public Radio (NPR)

In 1967, Congress passed the Public Broadcasting Act, authorizing the creation of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). The Act called on CPB to encourage "the growth and development of noncommercial radio" and to develop "programming that will be responsive to the interests of the people." NPR was created as a private, non-profit organization to provide leadership in national newsgathering and production and to provide the first permanent nationwide interconnection of non-commercial stations.

Old Time Radio 
Radio programs from "radio's golden age".

PBS Online 
Comprehensive review of all things PBS. Check out upcoming shows and Web sites for regular offerings.

Roger Ebert On Movie

Yahoo Events (

Radio, Television, Broadband, Video, CD Jukebox, AudioBooks, and Entertainment Guide.

Your Guide to What's Onscreen -TV, Movies, Internet