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KDX is a personal worldround radio station devoted to secular programs of skeptic freethought, serious music and humor. Skeptic freethought is the number one strength of internet media and provides valid information uncolored by special interests;
Serious music is a major cultural inheritance of recent civilized age and finds its place-marker on KDX;
Humor goes to relief and mental well being.

KDX is operated non-commercially as a non-prophet station; secular programs only, no hate, no cults.

KDX audio stream is found in several locations, including our Home page, Transmitter Room page, and via the Shoutcast Panel or by searching "kdx" at shoutcast.com.
Operating hours posted on Schedule page.

The name "KDX" is derived from two standard prefixes from the U.S. radio lexicon: The letter K is the designated call sign for radio stations located west of the Mississippi River;
the term DX stands for "Distance" in mobile 2-way radio operation. Typical use: "What is your DX?" = "Where are you located?" Over the air transmissions by KDX include the 4th call symbol "1" to differentiate the call letters from licensed radio stations.

Regular KDX programming began on June 1, 2007.

KDX streams from servers in the Center of North America.

KDX History

KDX was registered in the mid-70s as a cable FM station, but the local cable franchise failed to develop their FM capacity, so when webcasting arrived we re-purposed our call letters and began test streaming on March 29, 2007 at 7:20 PM.

The original reason for the KDX venture at internet streaming resulted from a second party request to provide internet radio service, thereby bringing KDX into being as a display model radio station. When it became evident that the other party could stream on their own without need of KDX the display model status gave way to a period of indecision when the future of KDX was uncertain. At that time KDX became an independent experimental radio service until October 17, 2010, when KDX was recognized as the personal vanity station of Carl Blare, replacing dull and bland corporate radio stations with something for once interesting to its listener.

KDX Claimers and Disclaimers


KDX is the project of career broadcaster Carl Blare.
- - Statement of Philosophy - -
I am not Paul Revere out to warn the citizenry.
But the citizenry and I would like to hear what Paul Revere has to say.
- - Carl Blare - 2010
Blare is a member in good standing of the Do It Yourself Culture Society,
founder of the Society to Restore Mediocrity, diplomat to the Anti Misandry League,
disgraced founder of Home School College,
and inventor of the solar powered tanning bed;

The opinions expressed on KDX are normally those of program hosts and their guests.
KDX / Terrestrial Broadcasting reserves the right of speaking freely
according to conventional standards and practices within
the broadcast community in general;

KDX reserves journalistic credentials under The Freedom of the Press
specified in the U. S. Constitution, First Amendment of The Bill of Rights,
and strives for neutral and reasoned reporting;

KDX is a non-commercial internet radio station. That means we receive no remuneration
for programs or announcements heard on KDX. Some commercials may be heard as
part of particular programs, in which case the program's producer recovers production
costs through commercial sales and KDX allows airing of the commercials as a
condition of receiving said program at no charge. Also, oldtime radio programs contain
commercials of the time, which are presented for archival interest.
KDX reserves the right to modify its commercial policy within
limits imposed by agreements with program sources;

KDX respects copyright and agrees that creative agencies deserve acknowledgement for their effort,
be that acknowledgement monetary or any form agreeable among parties.
All programs heard on KDX are by permission, Creative Commons License, Open Source, Community Audio or public domain;

KDX and Terrestrial Broadcasting Service, Inc. recognize all human beings as one species
and will not permit prejudice based on race or gender, although the jury is still out on robots and extra-terrestrials;

KDX is located in the new country of Homeland, North America;

The websites known respectively as kdxradio.com and terrestrialbroadcasting.com, started Nov. 9, 2007, are copyright (c) 2007-2014 by Terrestrial Broadcasting Service, Incorporated and serve as the World Portals and Program Guide for KDX Radio. The Website has neither been declared commercial nor non-commercial, and reserves the right of future development as it will.

KDX is simply one station on
Shoutcast.com
All the other stations are someone else's effort.


Terrestrial History

Founded in 1959 as a radio production company, Terrestrial Broadcasting Service, Incorporated, has evolved, or you could say been created, into an audio, video, print and most recently a streaming radio service. During the 1970s our slogan was The Most Most Medium Sized Recording Studio in the World. From this stage we became Ahead of the Future, until most recently when our mantra became Slow but Better. The Company is commercially inactive following the death of one partner and subsequent retirement of the other.

Yours through thick,

Carl Blare,
acting lord

Email: carl@kdxradio.com
or, up the chain of command,
figurehead@terrestrialbroadcasting.com