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The Metropolitan Washington Old Time Radio Club was founded to collect and share old-time radio (OTR) audio tapes, records, books, scripts, magazines and related memorabilia.

Meetings

We meet at 7:30 PM on the second Friday of every month, except June, September and December. Click here for details and a map.


Join Us!

We would love to have you as a member! Click here for a membership application and all the details.


Radio Recall

Radio Recall is our journal, available via email (PDF) or regular mail. Read sample articles here.



WELCOME TO THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON OLD TIME RADIO CLUB!

The Metropolitan Washington Old Time Radio Club (MWOTRC) was created in 1984 by Jim Burnette (1945-2001). The purpose of the club has always been to exchange, collect, and preserve any materials from the Golden Age of Broadcasting. Individually, and as a club, members collect and share OTR audio copies, books, scripts, and related radio broadcast materials. The initial group of charter members, consisting of a half-dozen OTR fans, was drawn from the region of Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia. Monthly meetings are held the second Friday of every month, except for June and December.

In June and December, there is a luncheon held on a Saturday afternoon.

In September, we hold our meeting at the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention (MANC) in Hunt Valley, Md. See our Links page for MANC details.

Membership is open to all who have a love of old time radio programs.

Complete information about joining is found by pressing the JOIN button above on the radio dial.


MWOTRC Celebrates World Radio Day!

During our February 13th meeting, Sally Stephens announced that February 13 is World Radio Day! To celebrate the event, Sally brought in the cake, shown below.

World Radio Day cake

World Radio Day was established by UNESCO in 2011. February 13th is the anniversary of the day the United Nations established United Nations Radio in 1946.

More information is available at the World Radio Day web site