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Электричка [18 Jun 2010|01:39pm]

romanlate
[ mood | energetic ]

ЭЛЕКТРИЧКА 17.06.2010
Обсуждаем Open Air'ы и слушаем лучшие house пластинки за прошедшие 15 лет в живом миксе от Vadamoff!!!

Стили: House, Latin House                                   
Продолжительность: 120:05
Размер файла: 109.9 Мб
Формат: MP3, 128 Кбит
Треклист:
1.Eddie Amador - House Music (Deep Dish body & soul mix)
2.DJ Chus & David Penn feat. Caterina - Baila (Mediterranean vocal mix)
3.Mood II Swing - Can't Get Away (original)
4.Joey Negro - Make A Move On Me (Joey Negro club mix)
5.Clan Greco - Rotation (Eric Kupper remix)
6.Demon vs. Heartbreaker - You Are My High (the bootleg version)
7.M-Factor - Come Together (Eric Prydz new vocal mix)
8.Colette - What Will She Do For Love (Kaskade's big room mix)
9.Junior Jack - E Samba (JJ original club mix)
10.Eddie Thoneick & Kurd Maverick - Love Sensation (Eddie Thoneicks sensation mix)
11.Havana Funk - Ya Salio
12.Late Night Alumni - Empty Streets (Seamus Haji & Paul Emmanuel remix)
13.Kid Creme - Hypnotising (original extended mix)
14.J Velarde - Mistake (Deep Base mix)
15.Meck feat. Leo Sayer - Thunder In My Heart Again (Miami calling mix)
16.Ian Pooley - Traffic
17.Shapeshifters - Lola's Theme (ATFC's tango with tallulah)
18.Cube Guys - Te Quiero (Intrallazzi & Provera Miami mix)
19.Les Rythmes Digitales - Jacques Your Body [Make Me Sweat] (Full Intention vocal mix)

СЛУШАЙТЕ РАДИО ШОУ ЭЛЕКТРИЧКА КАЖДЫЙ ЧЕТВЕРГ НА SOSH Radio
В 20:00!!!
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[14 Jun 2010|11:53pm]

romanlate
Запись моей программы Электричка от 10 июня
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In Case You Haven't Heard [04 Oct 2009|01:28pm]

vain_regrets
I'm here to recommend some music. ;)
Skillet released a new album a short time ago, titled Awake. I'm attaching a widget here which you can use to: listen to some tracks, read the bands latest news and biography, view pictures and videos, purchase tickets to shows, and more. It's all located conveniently here for you to explore.
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Stream 420 [01 Oct 2009|01:30pm]

cjkline83
Streaming again. Everyone seemed to love the randomness of the station I started before. So, here it is: Stream420. No website YET, but you can tune in here: http://melsip.com:9057/



If you have winamp, just click here to autoplay.

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RadioAndRecords.com shuttered [03 Jun 2009|08:43pm]

cjkline83
[ mood | sad ]

WASHINGTON (Radio & Records) - The Nielsen Co. on Wednesday announced that it was ending publication of Radio & Records, known in the radio business for the past 36 years as R&R. Publication of the music industry trade paper ceases immediately.

In a specially called "Town Hall Meeting" for R&R staff across the country, publisher Howard Appelbaum told employees that it was a "tough decision" but that the magazine's "macro did not work" in this economic climate. He said that "all jobs are eliminated" and that some parts of R&R, such as airplay charts, would be included in Billboard magazine, another Nielsen publication.

Appelbaum, who took over Nielsen's business media division in January, said the company had made several attempts to "salvage" the publication and had spoken with "some prospective buyers," but he declined to discuss specifics with the staff, instead inviting "off-line" questions.

It was Appelbaum's third such Town Hall teleconference. In the first, he introduced himself on news of the departure of longtime publisher and president Erica Farber in early January. On February 25, Applebaum announced steep staff cutbacks at the magazine.

The Nielsen Co. is also parent company of The Hollywood Reporter.

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Sirius Cancels Free Internet Radio for Subscribers [29 May 2009|09:20am]

cjkline83
Background: If you're a Sirius Satellite Radio subscriber, you used to be able to listen online for free as part of your subscription. This was very handy if you didn't want to have to set up a second dock in your office for your radio; you could just go to Sirius.com, enter your username, and password, and stream most of their music, talk, news, and comedy stations right on your computer. It was so convenient and, I thought, a very kind gesture to their loyal customers.

Maybe six months to a year ago, I saw an offer to "upgrade" my listening experience online to "premium" sound quality (128kb) for only $2.99 a month. I thought, "Sure, why not try this. I don't mind throwing a little extra money at Sirius, they're really great! And, if I don't like it, or feel it's not worth paying for, I'll just downgrade and revert back to my "basic" internet quality.

Well, I wish I could tell you that the premium sound quality sounded as good as any other internet radio station streaming at 128kbps. It didn't. In fact, I couldn't notice any difference at all. But, I kept giving Sirius the extra $3 anyway for a few months. A few days ago I called into customer care to discontinue my premium internet subscription. I wanted to just revert back to the standard subscription. The rep asked why, and I said I couldn't tell a difference between the premium and the standard. The rep thanked me, and disconnected the call, revoking my premium subscription.

So, today I tried to log in and stream Hits 1, only to find out that Sirius has changed the rules of the game, unannounced to me. You can now only stream their programming on the internet if you pay the premium subscription fee. They no longer include any streaming access with your subscription for your radio. I didn't get a letter or an email, and the rep didn't notify me of this change and try to keep my subscription active.

Feeling like the company has turned its back on its subscribers, I sent the following to Sirius Customer Care:
I recently removed my premium subscription to Sirius Internet Radio because I couldn't tell a difference between the premium quality and what I had before, and I didn't want to pay the extra $2.99 a month for something I only use rarely when I'm at my office. I listen to my Sirius radio in my car all the time when driving (and I drive a lot).

So when I downgraded, it wasn't until today that I found out Sirius had changed its rules regarding internet radio: it is no longer included with your subscription, even at the "basic", non-premium bitrate.

Well, that's lovely. I don't recall getting an email or a letter saying your policy was changing and you were no longer including internet streaming with a radio subscription.

I'm disappointed that Sirius has made this move. I've been a faithful subscriber for many, many years, with minimal service interruptions. I've been enjoying nearly every channel Sirius offers, but this has left a very sour taste in my mouth. I understand charging subscribers who want to upgrade the sound quality of the internet stream, but charging all your current customers to listen to a lower quality stream? It just seems trite.

Thanks for listening,
Curtis Kline
Hagerstown, MD
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thank you CRTC!!! [11 Feb 2009|12:36pm]

radiostace
[ mood | excited ]

Hot damn!!! It's about time!

"...the (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications) Commission eliminates the policy restricting the broadcast of hits by English-language commercial FM radio stations in English-language markets, effective immediately."

For the U.S. radio types, here's a link to the CRTC's decision, with details on what is considered a "non-hit", and why we had to play "non-hit" music in the first place.

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2009/2009-61.htm

In a nutshell, it was to ensure AM music formats could survive.

"There were 20 Oldies stations out of a total of 150 English-language AM stations operating in 2007. From 1996 to 2007, the Oldies stations’ aggregate profit deteriorated (percentages are listed at point 15 on the site). Given that Oldies stations continue to struggle financially, the Commission concludes that the policy has not been effective."

*EDIT: Holy crap, I was so excited for the implications we have with our new FM station, I skipped over what the asshats have planned for Montréal & Ottawa. I don't get why they don't think french songs can't stand on their own. If it's good music, then it's good music, regardless of the language. >:(

(x-posted to canadianmedia and my personal journal)

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