|Where Australian Internet Radio is produced!|
"Australian Internet Radio", to more accurately reflect changes to its
structure and purpose.
Australian Internet Radio is now a Radio Station, with content delivered
over the Internet via MP3 audio files, produced and hosted by myself.
The site has undergone major changes to layout and appearance, with several
new features and services added.
Principal content is the Australian DX Report (weekly) and Sounds on
Shortwave (monthly), both of about 15 minutes duration, with musical
The Station is at http://adxr.podbean.com
AUSTRALIAN DX REPORT
Episode no. 200 has now been released, with the results of propagation
research in Melbourne on most bands. There are also other features, news and
information about shortwave broadcasting, propagation, a solar activity
report, monitoring notes, and extracts from schedules of the new A10 season.
THE SOUNDS OF SHORTWAVE
Episode no. two has been released, with Sounds of over 20 SW stations
monitored from a field site in the hills near Melbourne. Each Sound is
described, with station name, frequency, language and time monitored.
HOW TO LISTEN
You may download/listen to/save the episodes as MP3 files on your
laptop/desktop, set up a Podcast, or receive/save on your Mobile Phone or
other portable internet-enabled digital device.
You may also subscribe via the site's RSS/Atom feed through free News
Aggregation services - full details are at the site.
You may choose to subscribe via the free Feedblitz service, where you will
receive Emailed links to the site whenever new episodes have been released,
usually within a few minutes.
The Station is very popular - in the four weeks to April 23, 2010, there
have been 2761 downloads by subscribers, 1298 site visitors, and 342 episode
hits. All-time Channel Views now total 28,281 since 2008!
Are welcomed at any time, to allow new features to be added and to purchase
extended bandwith. At present, available bandwidth will only support ten
episodes. Donations may be made via the PayPal link at the site.
You may connect to the Station as a Fan, and gain free access to many
interesting features. Full details are at the Site.
The Station welcomes your feedback - this can be easily done at the site.
The Australian DX Report (without music) is also available on-air, over WWCR
Nashville, 0200-0215 on Sundays, on 4840, and on Mondays 1145-1200 on 15825,
and via WWCR's streaming audio (live) at http://wwcr.com
Good listening to Australian Internet Radio, and enjoy the musical interludes!