April 05, 2004
Air America Web Site Back to Spec (...and then not)
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Well, if you visit the Air America Radio web site, you'll find that it is pretty much back to what is was supposed to be at the start. The sections that were there when AAR started, including Member Login, Audio Archives, and Blogs, have now returned. Things seem to be getting smoothed out over there, and the streaming audio is getting better, too. Still a few "Tune back during regular broadcast hours" during broadcast hours, but now at least I don't get my stream cut off every hour or so.
The audio archives, by the way, still don't have anything in them--but it should be coming soon. I'd love to be able to hear the entire Michael Moore interview at last, and because of the timing of The Majority Report (during my working hours) and there being no repeat broadcast of that show, I haven't heard as much of that show as I'd have liked.
One of the shows said that San Francisco's radio station should be starting within a few weeks, and I understand that San Jose is coming too; San Jose may be necessary for south peninsula listeners because, as my father tells it, the SF station may be FM and might not have the reach that AM stations do.
More as it comes in.
UPDATE: And now it's back to the abbreviated version. Ah well. I'll let you know when it comes back.
Posted by: Justin Faulkner at April 6, 2004 03:56 AM