The Neil Rogers Show - Audio Archives
NeilRogers.org is the work of a collection of fans dedicated to preserving the memory of radio's Neil Rogers. Our primary goal is locating and sharing audio files. Below are links to the files we have located so far. If you have audio from Neil Rogers that doesn't appear in the list, we'd love to add it to our collection. See the details below on audio sharing. In addition to Neil Rogers, the archive includes audio from other Florida radio icons such as Bob Lassiter, Stan Major, Ron Bennington, Glen Hill and others.
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The Neil Rogers YouTube Channel
Visit our YouTube Channel to listen to full episodes and clips from Neil Rogers. The channel also includes other South Florida radio icons such as Bob Lassiter, Rick & Suds, Stan Major, Ron & Ron, Alex Bennett and Glen Hill. All the shows are commercial free. If you enjoy the shows, be sure to Share them and hit the Like button.
The Soundboards and Apps
Play sound drops just like Neil did from one of our soundboards.
- Neil Rogers Soundboard (ours! fast and mobile friendly)
- Neil Rogers Soundboard
- Jim Mandich Soundboard
- Jennifer Rehm Soundboard
There is also a sound drop app for iPads and iPhones.
MP3 Audio Archives
- Shows, Sounds, Tributes
- Shows, Articles
- Shows, Memorial Service, 1982 UM Baseball Broadcast
- Shows, Sounds, Clips, Articles, Other South Florida Radio Shows
- Shows, Clips
- Shows, Clips
- Best of NEIL CDs
- Best of NEIL CDs
- Shows 1985-1998
- Shows 1999-2009
The Neil Rogers Facebook Group, Twitter and Flickr
All Neil Rogers fans are welcome to join the Neil Rogers Facebook Group. The show is discussed here. In addition to fans, several of the members are radio professionals that worked with Neil. There is also an extensive collection of Neil Rogers photos.
The Neil Rogers audio restoration project also has a Twitter account (@NeilRogersRadio) where new show uploads are announced.
Photos of Neil Rogers and news clippings can be found on the NeilRogersRadio Flickr feed.
Do You Have Neil Rogers Audio Files?
Do you have Neil Rogers audio files and would like to share them? Go to Mega or similar site and setup a free account. Upload your files and then email the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will add your link to this webpage and then inform the members of the Neil Rogers Facebook group.
Do you work for or know anyone that works for Yahoo!? In 1999 Yahoo! acquired Broadcast.com, which archived the Neil Rogers Show in the early days. We need the shows from December 30, 1997 to January 19, 1999. They will be in Real Audio format. Below is a list of URLs that might be clues as to what servers or backup archives these audio files might be found. Please help us recover these show.
http://www.broadcast.com/radio/archives/wqam/rogers/ http://www.yahoo.com/radio/archives/wqam/rogers/ http://radio.yahoo.com//archives/wqam/rogers/ http://launch.yahoo.com/launchcast/archives/wqam/rogers/ http://new.music.yahoo.com/launchcast/archives/wqam/rogers/ http://music.yahoo.com/launchcast/archives/wqam/rogers/ http://playlist.broadcast.com/makeplaylist.asp?id=844139 (example)
Yahoo! will also have shows from 2000 to May 2002, which we need for our archives.
Help Add Neil Rogers Show Notes
In addition to locating Neil Rogers audio, we are also documenting the shows. Our goal is have notes for every recovered show. This will make it easier for Neil fans to find the shows they are looking for. Here is how you can help.
- Find a show on the list without notes. tinyurl.com/neil-rogers-show-list
- Listen to show and jot down topics
- Complete this form. tinyurl.com/neil-rogers-show-notes
- You can track the progress of those notes. tinyurl.com/neil-rogers-show-notes2
Your notes will show up on the spreadsheet and on the video description.
Friends of Neil
Removing Commercials From Neil Rogers Audio
My favorite tool for removing commercials is Mp3DirectCut. It is freeware and runs on Windows. Once the audio file is loaded, you will use the buttons in the Edit section. The 3rd button is pressed at the beginning of a spot read or commercial break. It is called Set Begin. At the end of the commercial break, press the 4th Edit Button, which is called Set End. The commercial block will be visually highlighted above. Now to remove it, press the 1st Edit button which looks like a pair of scissors. That is it. Be sure to save the file when you are finished. I save under a different name, just in case I make an error in editing.
Audacity is another FREE audio editing tool that works well.
Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976
This site does not claim to hold copyrights for the audio being shared. It is being shared as "fair use" under the Copyright Act of 1976.
Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
This site nor its contributors make any money from sharing Neil Rogers Audio. If an advertisement appears on a YouTube video, it is because YouTube has detected a copyright claim by a music piece played during the show. The owner of that copyrighted piece of music is the receiver of that advertising compensation, not this site.
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