ME and Ophelia

Tuesday, February 03, 2004

Voyager Radio - a webstream radio station

Yesterday, in my list at Technorati, I found that Harold Johnson's Something That Happened blog had linked to little old me and ophelia. hehe. Thanks Harold. Nice to meet you. Harold (aka DJ Baraka) lives in Los Angeles, California, and has worked on a webstream radio station called Voyager for quite some time. His station was featured on Live365's web site. He also broadcasts live shows over the Internet.

Harold's Internet radio station VoyagerRadio provides helpful links: "need help tuning in to VoyagerRadio?... want more info about VoyagerRadio?...want your music heard on VoyagerRadio?" Readers are invited to join his new chat room to hang out with other VoyagerRadio listeners. You can find him there whenever he's webcasting live - he says the quickest way of getting his attention while he's on the air is via Instant Messaging. His AIM and iChat ID is VoyagerRadio. Harold's shown Invisible Factory how to set up an internet radio station - check out their station "retrodirective" and see how it works.

(Note to Wendy and Hazel, if you tune in to Voyager Radio, I'd be interested in reading your feedback in the comments box here. I avoid music and videostreams because I'm on narrowband dial-up and my notebook's having trouble handling such tasks).

# posted by Ingrid J. Jones @ 2/03/2004
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