Mapping the history of early radio station history begins in New York and New Jersey. Not surprisingly, this history is full of mediated stories, sounds, and images. The “media” of radio history consists of more than just sounds, but physical places - sites of the antennae that broadcast the sounds, offices and stores that set up the first stations, and “imagined” maps in the stories heard through the sounds of the radio. By mapping these stations, offices, antennaes and stories on the URT tool, one can hopefully see the relationships, palimpsests, and patterns that these stations had on the rest of the mediated cityscape. My project focuses on case histories of some stations, shows, and broadcasts that influenced the changing nature of radio in the early 20th Century.