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!
Hear live election reports on Radio InfoWeb’s main streams tonight from 7pm-12pm Eastern. Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzales, and Rex Latchford host the coverage. Regular music programming can be heard on the World and Chill channels, and Radio InfoWeb KXP1 will be streaming regularly scheduled programming.
Visit the website: http://radio.infoweb.net to listen, or use TuneIn on various platforms.
For apple-heads that are having trouble listening because nothing but AAC is working for them, or for those who would like to experiment, we’re testing a 64K AAC stream. If you have comments, please make them here on this post.
This will almost certainly NOT work if you are using Internet Exploiter (Explorer browser), or if you are using a player that does not support AAC. AAC is an encoding type beloved by Apple. Other than that, if it doesn’t work for you, it could be down, so don’t sweat the small stuff. Again, please leave a comment to this post!
Sunday (Sept. 21) Radio InfoWeb broadcast live coverage of the People’s Climate March in New York City, part of a global mobilization in advance of a U.N. special session on climate change. Coverage started 10:30am Eastern and ended at 1:30pm Eastern with Amy Goodman and her broadcast team at Democracy Now!
Streams the broadcast was heard on:
128K mp3 (Asia, Europe, and US streams)
48K vorbis “mobile” (Asia, Europe, and US streams)
Listen to Democracy Now! The war and peace report: one hour of non-lamestream news, every weekday at 2pm Eastern on Radio InfoWeb!