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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Our Streaming Radio

Our little community radio station is dear to my heart. You can listen to it on the web, too.

http://www.wvew.org/streaming/index.html

At the moment, our Cam is doing her weekly show, Cam's Carousel, a variety of music with some unusual patter from Cam.
The station's website is
http://www.wvew.org/

On the front page of the website is Larry Bloch, founder, who died recently leaving a life well-lived. Fellow blogger Stevil at Auto De Fey is now the President of the Board at WVEW. His radio show playing big band and vocalists of the 40s and 50s is on Saturday nights, 6-8 EST. Check out our commercial-free local radio station, where dues-paying djs bring a wide variety of programming because each show is entirely designed by the people who host. Makes for some interesting radio.

6 comments:

klahanie said...

Hey Laura,

You have a streaming radio? Up remember being up a certain stream without a paddle.

Even though shy and humble me was on BBC radio 5 Live, I shall go and visit your local radio station site.

And Stevil, like you, is a local celebrity! :)

Gary
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sdt (a.k.a. stevil) said...

Thanks for the plug! The station made changes to the non-profit a few months ago to make the Board an elected one: to vote or have a show, a DJ has to become a 'full' member of the station at $60.00 a year. There are no more monthly dues. The membership can be paid in staggered payments. And if there is a problem, we will always try to work something out.

The Elephant's Child said...

Love it. Community radio rocks (and rolls).

Pearl said...

How cool! Streaming radio is one of the best things about owning a computer...

Pearl

Geo. said...

I'm always impressed by how your community pulls together and art comes out. Thanks for the links!

Austan said...

It's one of the quirks in our town that the most unlikely assemblage pulls together and somethng great happens. Sometimes I just call to mind all the people involved in one project and have to smile. Talk about strange bedfellows! :)