How do I listen to Radio Health Journal?
Radio Health Journal is broadcast terrestrially on 600+ radio stations across the country. Most stations air the show on Sunday mornings. If you’d like additional information about the nearest affiliate to your location, feel free to contact us. All segments including two weekly Feature Stories and Medical Notes are also available in our segment archive and on virtually every podcast platform. (Learn more about available outlets & podcast outlets).
How can I contact Radio Health Journal?
Feel free to reach out using the following contact form or by email regarding questions, comments, guest ideas, etc. We do our very best to respond to all listener questions/comments in a timely manner.
Due to the high number of guest suggestions and/or segment ideas, we are unable to respond to all story pitches but encourage you to continue submitting ideas. If producers are interested in your idea or request further information, we’ll reach out to you. So please be sure to leave accurate contact information along with your submission.
How do I become an affiliate station?
More information about becoming an affiliate can be found here. If you’re ready to get started, please submit your information or email us directly. We will respond to your request as soon as possible.
Visit the Public Affairs FAQ page to learn more about syndicated radio programming, including FCC Public Affairs requirements, why it’s not true that stations are required to produce a local public affairs show to meet those requirements, and how to access our affiliate-exclusive quarterly reports for the FCC Public Inspection File Issues/Programs lists.
Further information can be found on the FCC’s Public File FAQ page.
I heard a story on terrestrial radio but can’t find it online. What do I do?
Radio Health Journal has been broadcast around the country since 1992, and therefore we’ve produced and aired thousands of different stories. We’ve done our best to compile a complete record of all segments from 2015 to present. Please also note that several stories have been produced and then later reproduced with updated information, sources, or guests.
We have several methods of searching for specific stories, guests, topics, etc., including our segment archive, advanced search page, archive of segment terms (including books/publications, guests, institutions/organizations, medical conditions, medical journals, and topics), and various filters which can be utilized to make finding the story you’re searching for as easy as possible.
If you’re having trouble navigating our site or finding a specific episode, please let us know so we can assist you.
Where does Radio Health Journal get its information?
We pride ourselves on adhering to strict journalistic standards and have done so since 1992. Each Radio Health Journal segment relies on peer-reviewed medical research, first-hand interviews from leading medical experts in relevant fields, or individuals with direct experience of the relevant topics.
For more information on a specific segment’s source information, find it in our segment archives or contact us directly.
Where are all the segment transcripts?
As you may have noticed, only some of the segments on this site have transcripts. We used to produce transcript for nearly every segment but in the past few years have been unable to due to constraints of time and resources. We’re currently in the process of exploring different avenues of producing automated transcripts and, hopefully, will be able to offer segment transcripts again in the near future.