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Mudcatters producing radio programs

Larry The Radio Guy 06 Jun 13 - 02:16 AM
GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz 06 Jun 13 - 06:19 PM
Larry The Radio Guy 06 Jun 13 - 08:07 PM
Larry The Radio Guy 06 Jun 13 - 09:20 PM
GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz 07 Jun 13 - 07:18 PM
Bill D 07 Jun 13 - 07:22 PM
GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz 07 Jun 13 - 07:44 PM
Bill D 07 Jun 13 - 08:31 PM
Seamus Kennedy 07 Jun 13 - 10:15 PM
eddie1 08 Jun 13 - 03:13 AM
Larry The Radio Guy 08 Jun 13 - 12:30 PM
Larry The Radio Guy 08 Jun 13 - 05:18 PM
GUEST,Eddie1 08 Jun 13 - 06:50 PM
JennieG 08 Jun 13 - 07:22 PM
JennieG 08 Jun 13 - 07:40 PM
Larry The Radio Guy 08 Jun 13 - 08:03 PM
GUEST,Guest from Sanity 09 Jun 13 - 12:07 AM
bruceCMR 09 Jun 13 - 06:22 AM
bruceCMR 09 Jun 13 - 06:37 AM
Little Robyn 09 Jun 13 - 08:49 AM
GUEST,Larry the Radio Guy 09 Jun 13 - 11:34 AM
GUEST,Larry the Radio Guy 09 Jun 13 - 11:50 AM
Little Robyn 09 Jun 13 - 09:39 PM
Larry The Radio Guy 10 Jun 13 - 12:46 AM
Larry The Radio Guy 10 Jun 13 - 12:50 AM
Little Robyn 10 Jun 13 - 04:20 AM
Little Robyn 10 Jun 13 - 04:47 AM
Larry The Radio Guy 10 Jun 13 - 11:46 AM
Little Robyn 10 Jun 13 - 05:26 PM
JennieG 10 Jun 13 - 06:29 PM
Larry The Radio Guy 10 Jun 13 - 10:32 PM
Little Robyn 11 Jun 13 - 08:25 AM
Bill D 11 Jun 13 - 10:03 AM
GUEST,Denis McKay 12 Jun 13 - 08:52 AM
Larry The Radio Guy 12 Jun 13 - 12:08 PM
GUEST,Denis Mckay 27 Jun 13 - 11:09 AM
GUEST,Denis McKay 29 Jun 13 - 09:11 AM
Bob the Postman 29 Jun 13 - 10:52 AM
Larry The Radio Guy 29 Jun 13 - 11:48 AM
Bruce from Bathurst 02 Jul 13 - 04:07 AM
GUEST,rossceltic 02 Jul 13 - 06:02 AM
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Subject: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 06 Jun 13 - 02:16 AM

Hi Folks!

I'm interested in hearing if other mudcatters are producing online radio programs.

I'm involved in at least one through Peachcityradio.org in Penticton, B.C. (Canada) and I'm interested in hearing what some of you are doing, giving a listen to your programs, and discussing how you do the program and, in particular, ideas for promoting it and getting people to listen.

There are also some other great programs on our station, and at some point in the near future we'll be doing live streaming.

-Larry.

P.S. I've changed my mudcat name from my full name(I've been putting together a weekly program called "Larry Saidman's Top 200 Albums of All Time)to Larry the Radio Guy.   I haven't yet decided how it might be best used to market the program.

I do have a facebook page under the program name.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz
Date: 06 Jun 13 - 06:19 PM

Hi Larry: I have been a musician for most of my life, having started to play guitar in 1966. But I am also a Marketing Guy, working for various companies as Director of Marketing, and have also worked in distribution for PolyGram.

I "liked" your Facebook page...

Things you might want to consider...You are a brand. A good photograph of "Larry the Radio Guy" or a caricature of same might work wonders in Marketing yourself as a brand.

Whenever you have the opportunity, use LINKS...https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/bob-ryszkiewicz/id259116795

The easier you make it for people to find you, the more action you will get. You could have put the Facebook link in, right? You could hook up with people who are doing shows and provide links. One hand washes the other.

Got a Twitter account? Are you "following" other stations? Also... Fandalism? Indaba? Indie Bible?

And lastly, REACH OUT, REACH OUT, REACH OUT to meet as many new people as you can...
Best of Luck...bob
http://www.myspace.com/bobryszkiewicz


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 06 Jun 13 - 08:07 PM

Bob, Thanks so much for your feedback and your 'like'. As you can see, I'm not very tech savvy. I'm having trouble posting both the link for my radio program and my facebook link....even trying to use the "make a link blueclicky" on the bottom.

I'll keep trying... but any hints would sure be appreciated.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 06 Jun 13 - 09:20 PM

http://www.peachcityradio.org/programs/music/larrysaidmantop200.php

http://www.peachcityradio.org/programs/music/larrysaidmantop200.php

https://www.facebook.com/LarrySaidmansTop200AlbumsOfAllTime

Let's see if any of these work!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz
Date: 07 Jun 13 - 07:18 PM

Larry: 1. Hit the Make a link (blue clicky) below2. Cut and paste the link in the space provided. 3. Create the link 4.Test the link. 5.Paste the link in the body of your message and it should come out like this...


http://www.peachcityradio.org/programs/music/larrysaidmantop200.php

What will appear will be the text you have written and the link will appear IN BLUE, if you got it right...To see this, check the PREVIEW box below then click on submit message- only you will see it-
BEFORE you do the FINAL-submit message- which will appear on Mudcat.

Hope I got it right...LOL   bob


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Bill D
Date: 07 Jun 13 - 07:22 PM

There's at least one other radio show producer here... let's see if she pops on.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz
Date: 07 Jun 13 - 07:44 PM

Thanks Bill...I think we all want to keep the music going, and RADIO has always been a major factor...


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Bill D
Date: 07 Jun 13 - 08:31 PM

Ron Olesko of WFDU used to post often, as did Open MIke.

I have not checked them out recently.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Seamus Kennedy
Date: 07 Jun 13 - 10:15 PM

And Paul Hazell of Uckfield FM in the UK.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: eddie1
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 03:13 AM

Interesting to see this thread.

I present 6 hours weekly on Blast1386, the radio station of Reading College here in the UK, going out on 1386AM (in accordance with the Ofcom rules for a college/university radio station, this can only be listened to within the boundaries of the campus. Mark you. I don't think radio waves have read the Ofcom rules). We also stream on
Blast1386.com

"Community Matters" is a community-based programme, featuring guests from the Reading Community - Groups, Organisations, Local Charities, who can use their air-time to promote their activities, ask for volunteers or look for support, financial or otherwise. I also get out and about with my trusty Zoom H2 to various events to record interviews in situ. At present, we have two, hourly slots, presented monthly, by presenters-in-training on local arts.

I break up the chat with music. If left to my own devices it will be mainly folk/country/Americana but I also use Wikipedia to check on who was "hatched, matched or despatched" during the week and I ask guests to bring in their own choice of music.
In addition to promoting the show, and the station, through Fb and e-mails, (I, Luddite that I am, am resisting any urge to "tweet") we have started to upload shows to Mixcloud – a free service.
Anyone interested can listen to past shows here:
Community Matters on Mixcloud
Would love to keep in touch with other Mudcat radio presenters!

Eddie


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 12:30 PM

Bob: Thanks for your assistance. There must be something wrong at my end, because doing this doesn't work for me. I get the "test this link"....and it works.   But as soon as I paste either the original link or the "test this link" with the title, it fails to register (in blue) as a link.

I wonder if any others experience this, and how one might fix it.

Eddie 1: I'm going to peruse some of your past shows right now.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 05:18 PM

Eddie1, I just listened to parts of a couple of your programs. (Community matters on mixcloud) Delightful! I really admire your interviewing style.....so relaxed. I suspect you assist your guests in getting so at ease that they say a lot more than they would in a more 'formal' style.   Great work!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Eddie1
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 06:50 PM

Thanks Larry - I do try to keep things pretty relaxed. Some of the folks I meet on air have gone through a bad time and I don't want to add to that.
I also think it's important to give them lots of time. If they don't need it or want it then I always have plenty of music or pre-recorded interviews to play.

Eddie


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: JennieG
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 07:22 PM

There are two Catters that I know of in Oz who also present radio programs, Bruce from Bathurst and my humble self. On Sundays nights from 7-9pm local time I can present whatever I want, and I do.....a mix of folk (whatever that is), blues, jazz, swing. So far no interviews, I have to learn how to do that yet!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: JennieG
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 07:40 PM

I did dens another message which seems to have disappeared into cyberspace, so here it is again. Forgot to say, my station is 2you.fm and it is streaming.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 08 Jun 13 - 08:03 PM

JennieG, I'd love to listen to your program and I was hoping I could do it without downloading other softward (i.e. winamp). Is there a way one can do that? Also, what timezone---I'd love to tune in, but I'm not sure what time it would be available in British Columbia, Canada. (Where are you, by the way?)


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 12:07 AM

Well, are you looking for material?
Got some!

GfS


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: bruceCMR
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 06:22 AM

We (Celtic Music Radio) are a volunteer-run community radio station, based in Scotland, and broadcasting to Glasgow and the surrounding area. You can also tune in online at http://www.celticmusicradio.net/
or via tunein.com, the tunein app or our own iphone app.

We focus on traditional and contemporary Scottish/Irish/Celtic-influenced music, and also include a broad mix of folk and americana-influenced tracks.

We also tend to play a lot of local music and up-and-coming performers, rather than focussing just on the big names. We regularly have musicians and performers dropping into the studio for an on-air chat or a live session.

We also try to get "out and about", going to (and broadcasting from) community music events. For example, yesterday and today rather than doing our usual weekend afternoon shows, we got on the ferry and sailed across to the isle of Arran. We've been doing our shows live from the Arran Folk Festival, playing recorded music, interviewing the performers, chatting with the audience and broadcasting a few impromptu live sessions. Each year in January, we base ourselves at the "Celtic Connections" festival in Glasgow, and we're hoping to have a presence at Celtic Colours in Cape Breton this year.

You'll find more info on http://www.celticmusicradio.net/ and also on our facebook pages at https://www.facebook.com/celticmusicradio1530 . Many of the individual shows also have their own facebook pages, and these often play an integral part of the show, with many of the listeners participating via facebook - suggesting tracks, commenting on the music, and interacting with the presenters and guests. For example, during one of our shows ("The Ciaran Dorris Sunday Session", 5pm-7pm UK time) it's not unusual for there to be over 600 entries in the facebook chat, from listeners in Scotland, England, France, Wales, Ireland, the US, Canada, Australia...

Tune in, check out our "catchup" pages where you can get a sample of most of the shows, and let us know what you like.

Bruce.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: bruceCMR
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 06:37 AM

As an example of the sort of thing you can do by combining a live radio show with facebook, check out https://www.facebook.com/groups/ciaran/
, which is the facebook group for Ciaran's show which I mentioned above.

Today from 5pm-7pm (UK time) his guest is a well known singer and singing teacher. So a day before the show he posted:

"DORRIS DISCUSSION- 9TH JUNE- HAVE YOU/WOULD YOU/COULD YOU EVER SING IN PUBLIC? My guest, Shona Brown, runs singing workshops and has started up several community choirs, including the UK's first prison choir!! So....I wanna know if YOU would ever do it. And, if you have, is it something you enjoy, or a nerve-wracking labour of love???"

The chat on that thread will form a key part of his show.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Little Robyn
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 08:49 AM

We have a programme called Folk on Sunday which can be heard online from Kidnappers Community Radio from 3-4pm NZ time every Sunday and it is repeated on Monday night from 9-10pm. NZ time is 12 hours ahead of GMT so the Sunday programme is the middle of the night for Britain but the Monday repeat is at 10am Monday during summer time.
We work as a team, taking turns - operating the desk one week, doing the talking next week. Usually Mitch sorts out the CDs to play and then reports it to the Folk DJ site, tho' I might suggest a person or an event that relates to a certain date or news item and then a track can be included.
Then people who have new CDs they want publicised, contact us and send us a copy and if it suits our criteria - traditional songs and songs that tell a story, then we'll play it. And if we receive a disc that doesn't suit, it is passed on to the radio station, for someone else to play.
Mitch also prerecords a programme called Kidnapper's Ceilidh which plays at midnight Saturday NZ time. This includes instrumental tracks from all around the world, although the majority would be Irish, Scottish and American tunes.
Robyn


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Larry the Radio Guy
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 11:34 AM

Bruce, I love the fact that most of the programmers have their own blogs as well as facebook pages. I'm hoping to make a blog for my own Top 200 Albums of All Time Program. Unfortunately my facebook page seems a mess....I'll have to figure out if there is a way to organize it better.

Robyn, I was able to hear the online streaming....but the page to look at program schedules, find other programs, etc. wouldn't download for me and eventually timed out.

Great stuff all the way around!


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Larry the Radio Guy
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 11:50 AM

Do any of you have any ideas how I can get my 'blue clicky' to work? I'm able to get a test link---and it works. But whether I copy the whole link, or even cut and paste the 'test link'.....it won't seem to copy as a 'link'.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Little Robyn
Date: 09 Jun 13 - 09:39 PM

Our page is here:
Folk on Sunday

I don't usually test the Blue Clicky link - just paste the URL in the top box, write the text you want in the next box and press Create link. Then copy and paste the whole thing from < to > and paste it here. It looks funny when you send it but when you next see it, it's in lovely blue letters and only has your text. Magic!
Robyn


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 12:46 AM

Thanks Little Robyn. What a great looking page!

I'll try the blue clicky again. Here goes.

Peach City Radio Recent Programs

This is the Peach City Radio Program page with all of last months programs uploaded. Right now we're not broadcasting or even online streaming (although we're working on both). But we do have a way that it's easy to listen to all the archives and even download the programs.

My program (Episode 8) is the top one. I want to recommend that you give a listen to the latest UnderCover program of Tim Tweed (Tenacious T) as he does such a great job squeezing so much into only 29 minutes. He's an amateur, like me, but is really creative.

Hope the blue clicky works this time.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 12:50 AM

I'll get this to work if it kills me.


Peach City Radio recent programs


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Little Robyn
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 04:20 AM

Hi Larry, is this your radio????
http://www.challenge-penticton.com/tag/peach-city-community-radio/

Peach City


I Googled Peach City radio and all the first links wouldn't work. Have they changed something recently?

Anyone wanting to hear our programme - it should be on in just over half an hour. Click the link for Kidnappers radio - above.
Robyn


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Little Robyn
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 04:47 AM

Your radio Facebook page still works OK, even if the other address doesn't.

Robyn


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 11:46 AM

Robyn: The "Peach City" link is for one person's interview for our upcoming "Challenge Penticton" event.

But the second "PEach City Radio recent Programs" works...at least on my computer.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Little Robyn
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 05:26 PM

OK we still can't get any of the links so maybe NZ is blocked???
Robyn


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: JennieG
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 06:29 PM

Larry, I couldn't get it to work either.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 10 Jun 13 - 10:32 PM

http://www.peachcityradio.org/programs.php

Funny, the link that says "Peach City Radio Recent Programs" (the 2nd one) works on my computer....but not on others.   And a friend in Israel and somebody in Australia also told me they couldn't get it---even by putting the address in their URL.

I mentioned it to our tech person, and he wants to know what you get when you either link into it or (even better) just try to get into peachcityradio.org.

Appreciate everybody's assistance here.

-Larry


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Little Robyn
Date: 11 Jun 13 - 08:25 AM

It says this:

This page can't be displayed

•Make sure the web address http://www.peachcityradio.org is correct.
•Look for the page with your search engine.
•Refresh the page in a few minutes.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Bill D
Date: 11 Jun 13 - 10:03 AM

The last couple of links work ok. The one which didn't lacked the actual address:

[a href=" Peach City Radio recent programs "]Peach City Radio Recent Programs[/a]

[I used square brackets to show the basic problem]

Anytime a link fails, you can hit ctrl+u to look at the actual code and see what might be wrong.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Denis McKay
Date: 12 Jun 13 - 08:52 AM

I also produce/present a Folk program in 2VOX-FM in Wollongong which is not, at least yet, streamed. I do however, publish playlists on the ausfolk and Bluegrass/Folk DJ lists.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 12 Jun 13 - 12:08 PM

Denis, do you have a link for the playlists? I'd love to see them.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Denis Mckay
Date: 27 Jun 13 - 11:09 AM

I publish my playlists on the FolkDJ list and on the Ausfolkradio list, as well as in our local folk club newsletter. Many Aussie Folk producers also publish their lists on the Ausfolkradio list.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,Denis McKay
Date: 29 Jun 13 - 09:11 AM

Co-incidentally, I found out today that 2VOX-FM is now streaming their programs (www.voxfm.org.au and follow the links). I will be presenting/producing the Folk Program next Saturday from 2pm to 4pm. I hope before then to be able to also link my playlist to the stream.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Bob the Postman
Date: 29 Jun 13 - 10:52 AM

Hi ya, Larry. I owe you a PM, and in it I was going to ask, "What's with the 'Radio Guy' handle?" But now I know.

I am the technician/sidekick on a Kootenay Co-op Radio show called Hoot and Holler which plays "bluegrass, etc." It will be streaming live in about two hours from now. This being the Canada Day long weekend, the "etc" portion might include tracks from the Columbia Records 1967 Canadian Folk Song collection and the SFW Classic Canadian Songs. The "bluegrass" portion will definitely include a track from Cayouche.

I used to produce features for our labour issues programme. They are archived as Sticking It To The Man .

Oh yes, I am also the Summer Replacement Janitor at Kootenay Co-op Radio. This is a very rewarding gig, because dust never sleeps and just a little cleaning makes a big difference.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 29 Jun 13 - 11:48 AM

Bob, I'd love to hear it but I have to drive to Teepee Lakes (near Princeton) to do a pre-Canada Day gig. Do your programs get put into any kind of 'archives' that we can listen to at a time of our own choosing?


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Bruce from Bathurst
Date: 02 Jul 13 - 04:07 AM

Hi Larry,

I'm in the central west of NSW, Australia and I've presented a program of folk, acoustic, blues, whatever-mood-I'm-in music on our local community station since 1976 (yikes!). The station streams but we don't archive programs for future access. Maybe this will happen one day. The station is 2MCE-FM

My program is called 'Come All Ye' and I put my playlists up on my clunky old website which is here.

I also post playlists to the FOLK-DJ list as well as the Australian version, ausfolkradio. It's a good thing to post your playlists for a number of reasons: it helps you remember what you've played; it lets artists and labels know the styles of music you put to air; it gives you some degree of credibility if you're asking for promotional material.

Radio is fun and it really isn't compulsory to sign up for 37+ years. I just don't have much else to do each week for those two hours.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: GUEST,rossceltic
Date: 02 Jul 13 - 06:02 AM

Celtic Music Radio 1530AM is the UK's only Ofcom licenced Celtic and Roots music radio station.

Today, we launched our newly upgraded webstream service.

Our main stream is now double the quality at 128k mp3, perfect for listening at home via your computer or laptop.

We have also launched a new stream for mobile devices, keeping the data use small, but the sound quality top notch. (This stream is 48k AAC+ audio)

To access these new services, you don't need to do anything!

Just click on our usual "Listen Live" links via our website or click below.

http://www.celticmusicradio.net/cmr/celtic_live.m3u

Celtic Music Radio is a Charity registered in Scotland, number SC041172 and is Scotland's First Listener Supported Music Station.

The station is run entirely by volunteers and donations are most welcome!
http://www.celticmusicradio.net/donate/


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Mr Red
Date: 02 Jul 13 - 09:03 AM

Stroud FM is a UK community radio station in about 20 miles north of Bristol, we broadcast VHF in a 5-20 mile radius depending on terrain -they call the area "The 5 Valleys" which explains coverage. We stream 24 hour a day but programmes are mostly 7am - 1am - after midnight being repeats followed by jukebox. we have 60+ members who pay a monthly subscription which funds most of the costs, and our OfCom licence dictates we have to have a "get you to Work" & a "get you Home" show with local information (traffic, council, gig etc).

We have nearly 40 presenter profiles and there are a few more awaiting posting - all make specialist progs. I used to do a Cajun Show but don't have the time now. Being the techie here I just do Tuesday mornings 7-9am. But I get to play as many Cajun tracks as I like. Usually a couple - the listeners are not all folkies.


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: open mike
Date: 08 Jul 13 - 03:55 AM

I do a monthly live radio show which is streamed and archived for later listening. The Crossroads Show airs on the 4th saturday of each
month from 1-3 pacific time...on this station....www.krov.fm. I have a playlist on the station's web page , and also often post it here...see http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=119380

each show has a topic and i choose songs and tunes to go along with that theme....horses, ships and sailing, birds, mothers, fathers,
love songs, Celtic, Cowboy, ghosts, food, apples, winter, trees, etc.

Your Radio Common 'Tater


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Subject: RE: Mudcatters producing radio programs
From: Larry The Radio Guy
Date: 08 Jul 13 - 04:21 PM

Just looked at some of your setlists, Mike. Great to see two of my favourites (of whom one or two of their cd's has made my "top 200 albums of all time" list:   Cheryl Wheeler and Kate Campbell.   

I'm hoping that I'll find the time to hear a couple of your shows.


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