OTR is an acronym for "Old Time Radio", a term loosely applied to radio programs broadcast from the dawn of broadcasting to the very early 1960s. Alternate names are "radio nostalgia", "golden age radio", etc. Usually this applies to radio drama, mystery stories, comedy and adventures. Some individuals classify the resurgence of this type of radio programming in the '60s and '70s as "Revival Radio", and similar programming since the '70s as "Modern Radio Drama". Purists even discriminate between the "Golden Age" (late '30s and the decade of the '40s) and the "Silver Age" ('50s). In any case, there are plenty of programs of various types that are enjoyable entertainment.
Best of all, they don't require a large screen TV to enjoy 'em -- the "visuals" are provided by the listener's imagination.
These classics come on CD-ROM and are playable on any PC with a soundcard and a CD drive.All Files are in MP3 Format, and there are usually 100 program per CD. Most of the Modern "Portable CD Players" now include support for playing MP3 Files, or you can Record to cassette for portable listening.
All programs are in good condition and satisfaction is guaranteed. Player Software and instructions included.