Since most radio stations are available on the web nowadays, I thought it might be worth compiling a list of stations that program jazz. We in the greater Toronto Ontario area are very fortunate to have Jazz FM 91.1. It's a non-profit station that grew out of a university station some 20- odd years ago. It receives no government funding, under the terms of their license they can only sell and program four minutes of commmercials per hour. The balance of their operating capital comes from membership donations, corporate and individual. They were a classical and jazz station until about three (?) years ago, at which time they changed format to all jazz, 24 hours a day. They play music from all eras and all styles of jazz. They have many "theme" shows: -Marian McPartland's 'Piano Jazz' (available on NPR). -Joe Sealy's 'Duets'- casual conversation and live performance by pianist Joe and his guests, often heavyweights. -Heather Bambrick's 'Vocal Jazz', highlighting jazz singers. -Amanda Martinez with 'Cafe Latino', Latin jazz -Glen Woodcock's Sunday night 'Big Band Show', 25 + years and still going. -Danny Marks' 'Bluz FM' Saturday night blues show. -others I can't think of at the moment. They also program multi- episode documentaries on people like Artie Shaw and Leonard Bernstein; they produce, sponsor and record for broadcast many local concerts: they help produce and support numerous summertime jazz festivals, they even underwrite scholarships to jazz programs at local universities. Some of the on- air personalities are local players and singers as well. Lots of variety, always interesting. Check it out at www.jazz.fm Edit: They're sponsoring the Phil Nimmons ProAm Golf Tournament in October.