The STLRadio Hall of Fame -- Once a year, Frank Absher sends a list of dozens of nominees to 100 or so current and former STLRadio folk who may vote for exactly seven. This link takes you to the results.
STLRadio.com -- Frank Absher's definitive history of radio in St. Louis...a work in progress.
St. Louis Public Library -- This link will take you to the library's Media Collections main page.
440int.com -- Probably the most comprehensive listing of historic air personalities online. This link will take you directly to the KXOK listing; it includes websites and email addresses.
St. Louis Journalism Review -- Published ten times a year, the SJR provides commentary and critique of STL electronic and print media.
STLMedia.net -- Commentary and critique of STLMedia; also an ongoing Message Board that includes a forum for memories of 630KXOK.
Audio and video...
ReelRadio.com -- "Uncle Ricky" Irwin's comprehensive and technically perfect collection of airchecks from the Top 40 era in American radio, presented in streaming Real Audio. Search there for KXOK airchecks and features on this non-profit, listener-supported website.
The Todd Storz Story -- Richard Ward Fatherley and Ray Otis produced this documentary (RealAudio) in 1998 about the man who literally created Top 40 radio. KXOK was a Storz Station, the last purchased and the last sold.
KXOK Johnny Rabbitt tribute. Produced by Richard Ward Fatherley for the 2001 reunion.
Art Voulo's Video Airchecks -- Art's been called radio's best friend and he "stalks" the industry with his videocam.
California Aircheck has been serving the radio industry from around the world since 1980 with both audio and video airchecks of radio personalities.
The Aircheck Factory Tom Konard has been building this collection for many years; thousands of airchecks are available here.
Bumper Morgan -- Voice-over talent and aircheck collector. Download at will.
Rock Radio Scrapbook -- Canada's aircheck archive.
Man From Mars -- Almost 5000 airchecks...have your credit card ready.
Scanner Recorder -- A good stream recorder. Free.
Total Recorder -- My favorite stream recorder. Cheap at $12. Updates are free.
Windows Media Player -- Always free.
Real Audio Player -- Yes, there IS a free version buried in the site, somewhere...