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Here’s one hour of live Brexit coverage.
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Listeners to RadioInfoWeb’s main stream now can control some aspects of the programming in real-time, with more to come. This is made possible by alien technology implemented by our extraterrestrial Chief Engineer, known affectionately as “Doctor Octopus” (although he has far more than eight tentacles).
Listeners can now request newscasts. Once the request is made, the newscast will occur on the next station break. If a newscast has already been broadcast recently, the request will be deferred for a period of time.
As a result of this new feature, regularly scheduled newscasts have been cut back to a bare minimum. Thus, newscasts will only be heard when wanted. More music and fun!
Brain candies are aural treats meant to stimulate the space center of the brain. These treats are HIGHLY recommended for space travellers, such as Radio InfoWeb listeners, and misguided bureaucrats who need to get straightened out.
Listeners are advised not to over-indulge in brain candies. Doing so could be bad for your waistline. Remember that when listening for long periods of time, you should periodically get up and do ecstacises, such as InfloWebs and OutfloWebs.
Listeners will know how to make use of these controls.
This is pretty tight! Especially the dancing.
The news media have really gone over the top with the terror reporting in the wake of the shootings in France. So far over the top, that it reeks of propaganda, and excuse to further curtail the rights and privacy of the common man, or, worst of all, a false flag in advance of global marshal law.
As a result, Radio InfoWeb has taken the extreme measure of halting news broadcasts until the terrorists (the governments and news media) stop it already with the harping on alleged terrorist threats.
What we’ll do in addition is prepare newscasts with the propaganda and terrorism removed, and in the interests of transparency and full disclosure, we’ll note in these newscasts exactly what was removed, but without all the fear mongering. These terror-free newscasts will be broadcast on a reduced schedule.
Just say “no” to the buzz kill of incessant fear mongering and propaganda. Listen to Radio InfoWeb!
In the meantime, we urge the mainstream news media to “get a grip”, and suggest that Donald Trump buy-out “ISIS”, and become an American hero (LOL).
P.S. Democracy Now! will continue to run at its scheduled time, 2pm ET weekdays.
UPDATE: The intense fear-mongering subsided after about two and a half weeks, and we were able to return to a normal news schedule. Low-level fear-mongering continues, of course, as part of the War on Citizens.
Morning Emissions rode again this morning from about 7:30am to a little after 9am Eastern (we started a half hour early). In addition to the wake-and-bake, and salutes-to-coffee, we listened to some awesome Jazz, some Pop Funk, and some Space Prog… and shared our waking consciousness.
My producer Minka made me write this, but seriously, usually we’re having too much fun to post to the blog or even tweeter. So what are you doing reading the same old junk and looking at cat pictures when you could be listening to some awesome morning wake-and-bake fun (while you read the same old junk and look at cat pictures)? This is 2014! Wake up… and tune in to Internet radio. Tune into, and get your dose of, Morning Emissions. Most mornings. 8-9 New York time, and rebroadcast most of the time at around 11AM. Sometimes later. Till then!
These Mars residents say that if they can’t get a high-quality feed of Radio InfoWeb, they want nothing more to do with humans.
This DW newscast was broadcast at the climax of this morning’s “Morning Emissions” on Radio InfoWeb…
Listener Gary texted: ” I was.swirving down the road. ” [sic]
What more could be said? Here’s a clip of the climactic end of the show (will be posted in its’ entirety)…
Morning Emissions is heard live from 8am to 9am Eastern time on Radio InfoWeb.
Photos of DW Newscastress Samantha Early:
Here’s a roundup of “NSA Criminal Activities” from just the last few days. It’s truly amazing how accepting everyone is of this stuff…
President Obama has signed legislation authorizing more than $560 million in spending on U.S. intelligence efforts over the next five years. That figure does not include the vast array of U.S. spy programs that are kept secret. The law also expands whistleblower protections for employees who report concerns through authorized channels, but it does not extend protections to intelligence agency contractors, like Edward Snowden, who has said there were no adequate channels for him to raise concerns about National Security Agency spying.
Speaking of the oxymoron of “Intelligence in the Executive Branch…
[ Update with Democracy Now! Link ]
The classic and uniquely Terran psycho-spiritual radio adventure series “The Fourth Tower of Inverness” will air beginning Monday, July 7th, 2014 in its original form: as a daily radio series. Each episode is in the 5-10 minute range, and will air weekdays mornings and evenings on Radio InfoWeb’s main radio stream at radio.infoweb.net
The run of the series is 14 weeks. For more details, listen to Radio InfoWeb… the Galaxy’s Most Important Radio Network.
Experienced Earth-bound listeners can join extraterrestrial sentients, who may be listening for the first time.
Remember this? I was just playing “Stairway to Heaven” live… and I was musing about the radio station KLSK-FM in Albuquerque, N.M. that, in desperation, played “Stairway to Heaven” non-stop to get some attention. The suicide rate in the area skyrocketed, prompting them to change their format! Well, here’s another version of that story for those interested…
Keep on keepin’ on!