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K WAVe 6 Radio is becoming more proactive with its internet presence.
NEW YORK - Jan. 4, 2016 - PRLog -- It has been a long time since K WAVe 6 Radio has had a press release, but it's not due to a lack of activity.

Kirk Spencer, the voice and momentum behind K WAVe 6 Radio has been trying to get listeners and readers behind his efforts to volunteer information on "How to Make a Better World", which is the name of his open forum in the web site.  He has become frustrated that no one so far has taken the time to contribute to bettering the world through conversation, whether written or via his live shows, so he is now inviting those he knows and those he finds that are not only doing something to improve our world, but who are also willing to teach others how we can improve our world, for ourselves, but most importantly for the generations which follow - if we don't voluntarily or involuntarily kill ourselves.

Starting this Wednesday, the 6th of January, 2016, K WAVe 6 Radio is hosting its first live radio broadcast of the year at 1:00 pm Eastern, on Blog Talk Radio.  This show is scheduled to last for an hour and a half. The phone and Skype lines will be open to the public shortly after the show starts, so audience participation is welcome.  For more information, click, or copy and paste one of the links below.

Another venue for K WAVe 6 Radio are their podcast's.  While their live shows are available from Tuesday evenings to late Wednesday afternoon, depending on the availablity of their guests, their podcasts are published randomly.  Currently their podcast's are available on iTunes, PodOmatic, Stitcher, iVoox, and their RSS Feed.

K WAVe 6 Radio also publishes an occasional blog in titled, "Thoughts for Growth" (, where Kirk states that he feels it's necessary to write thoughts, rather than speak them.

To keep up with what's going on at K WAVe 6 Radio and their many venues, follow them on their blog. Here are their website addresses:

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Join their forum and share your thoughts and ideas on, "How to Make a Better World".

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