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Digital Radio Station shifts gears and races past “big radio”
With the listeners of Digital Radio enjoying different genres of digital radio stations, big radio is slowly loosing its charm.
Speaking about the features of this digital radio station , Mr. Dailey said, “With over 400 Indie/Unsigned Music Artists and about 35 Radio hosts KYHY-IR Burbank Community Radio Station often rotates off each hour to keep content fresh and unexpected.”
“This digital radio station is not just another hype”, KYHY on all parts tests to be the real thing. The huge listener base of this digital radio station is verified using Alexa.com, a leading Internet traffic monitoring service shows jumps as large as 150% several times since KYHY “The Why” went live May 1, 2008. 925kyhy.com(
According to The Southern California Broadcasters Association, Medialife Magazine and Nielsen “Computers have been dubbed “The New Radios” with over 10.4 Million users each week in the greater Los Angeles Area alone. KYHY-IR is owned an operated by Tidal Broadcasting. Radio advertising packages on KYHY start at $99 per month and can be created completely on-line at www.925kyhy.com. For more information on KYHY the subject of this release, contact Gerald Dailey or visit www.925kyhy.com(
KYHY Burbank Community Radio: KYHY was founded on May 1 2008 by Tidal Broadcasting. Tidal Broadcasting will be starting another Community Radio Station in Glendale, California in May 2009 and has plans to expand moving its headquarters to Las Vegas, Nevada”.
With an average of 8000 listeners in 800 cities “The Why” is a powerful head turner. “Big Radio has a misconception that people really love to hear the same songs and artists repeatedly. Audiences have changed a lot these days. Today people want updates in everything. Hence we don’t play Timberlake, Kanye or Akon anymore,” says Tidal Broadcasting Radio coordinator, William Olive.
When asked about the reliability of this digital radio station, Mr. William Olive’s words where “There have merely been some casualties in the route to flawlessness. Former rap superstar MC REN of NWA became a Generation Y casualty when he disregarded the Indie/unsigned artist play list & entries during his radio show titled “The MC REN Radio Show”. In spite of e-mail requests and phone calls from, excited listeners plainly tuned away after an article in VIBE Magazine detailed MC Rens plans to exclusively play Hip Hop Oldies. Early on in the stations inception an Internet metal show, hosted by a 50 something year old slow talking, tech deficient rocker nicknamed The Tizzod. LA Metal was cancelled subsequently after a lot of boring interviews coupled with the hosts refusal to play the indie/unsigned metal music spawned a rash of angry phone calls on the stations gripe line. Today all KYHY hosts diligently stick to the playlist and play what the listeners demand.
The success of this radio station depends upon its operating format. “The format of the station is Independent and unsigned and unlike that of even satellite radio the announcer Jeffrey Hucthens on the radio boasts “We play your music – even if it sucks we don’t have to like it to play it”, While introducing an off hours show called “Toilet Tunes”. On Air hosts exchange text messages, use Twitter, YouTube, Face book and Myspace to keep handy to the thousands of listeners tuned in via i-phones and Blackberrys. Bands that play music with master musician status nearly devoid of pro-tools or creative re-mastering makes for an ear soothing journey from Alternative, Country Music, Jazz, Hip Hop all the way to Zydeco” says Mr. Dailey.
According to a fan of this unique radio station, “It’s the randomness that keeps me tuned in”.
The Why features a playlist of over 400 Independent and Unsigned music artists. With such a massive playlist listeners are never subjected to ridiculous overplay & Re-Play that is common place on Terrestrial Radio.
For more information, contact Gerald Dailey, Director of public relations, KYHY Tidal Broadcasting at (800) 974 3747 ext 802