Check out the "I Still Get Demented" audio show hosted by David Tanny. With a run time of two hours and 24 minutes, in exchange for running the pre-programmed underwriting spots, radio stations get 12 minutes an hour to run stop sets with three breaks per hourly segment.
ISGD is named after the old defunct KCBQ show "I Still Q". ISGD was officially christened as a weekly show in 2003 running on a stream from live365.com. It's programming is the spirit of the "Dr. Demento" show, which runs only only on its own drdemento.com site and not available for stations to carry.
Register at the madmusic.com website, then stream all of the shows at your convenience. If you wish to download the shows for later broadcast on your radio station, Contact Mad Music Proprietor and Distributor Captain Wayne and he will set you up to redistribute my ISGD show as he will give you download permissions.
Internet-only stations may also apply to stream the shows on their streams.
No fees are required. Donations are happily accepted at http://radio.davesfunstuff.com/.
Since ISGD contains copyrighted material subject to royalties, it is advised that radio stations that wish to carry the show need to be registered with ASCAP, BMI, and SECAC by paying the appropriate annual fees required to be legit. Madmusic.com, which distributes the show, also pays the required fees to the three organizations.
For broadcasters, it's best to run the show at 10pm or later any night you choose, but begin it no later than 2am (when the show would run until 5am with local stop sets).
Internet broadcasters can run the show at any time at their discretion depending on what kinds of programming they also air.
ISGD may not be offered as a download podcast. It is illegal to do so. The RIAA will come after operators of websites that allow copyrighted material to be downloaded without royalty payment.