New: The National Alliance Radio Network
THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE has just launched a twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week online radio stream which we call the National Alliance Radio Network. It features all of the latest series of American Dissident Voices (ADV) broadcasts, about 100 in all since we re-launched the program at the end of 2013 — and it also includes an ever-increasing collection of classic ADV programs, by both Kevin Strom and Dr. Pierce.
Right now we are still in the process of selecting, editing, and digitizing the classic programs — of which we eventually hope to have hundreds online.
In addition to American Dissident Voices broadcasts new and old, we have also added a number of important speeches and audio books by patriots such as Dr. Revilo Oliver, Dr. Pierce, Jan Cartwright, Vanessa Neubauer, Jack Pershing, Emory Burke, Robert Mathews, and many others.
Our programming is a mix of up-to-the-minute new broadcasts and classic works of permanent value. We also occasionally intersperse our talk programming with music — some of the great works of classical music and also exceptionally well-done racially-oriented modern music by Joseph Pryce and his band Dresden. In the future, we expect to be adding new programming too — so watch this space!
All you have to do to listen is to visit any page on this site. Near the top of the right column you will see a small audio player — just click on the play button and in a few seconds you will hear our audio stream.
And there’s another way to listen, too, besides in your browser: If you’d like to use your favorite standalone media player or tablet or smart phone, just access the stream via natall.com/radio or use the player that appears on every page of nationalvanguard.org.
Unlike with our recordings of individual programs — which are still very much available — you don’t need to select a program; you don’t need to download anything; and the sound doesn’t stop when the current program is over. It just keeps going forever, and you’ll hear something new almost every time you tune in and several times every hour.
So listen to our network while you get ready for work in the morning, keep us on in the background while you accomplish your tasks for the day — and, if you happen to have a Part 15 neighborhood FM transmitter, you can rebroadcast our stream so that others can hear it.
To keep this network on the air — and to justify the time and expense it takes to run it — we do need your support in the form of donations and CD purchases.