Paradise Radio - going out of business?
I've written an inquiry previously on this subject. It seems the radio broadcast is not available over the internet. Its been this way for now a month. I've e-mailed the office (via their webpage) but I never get a response back. Today I called the office and the phone continued to ring with no one picking up. I know the economy is very tough these days, especially in advertising but I would hate to lose this radio station. I don't understand why it would take so long to update the web listening capability. Another problem is when you go on the web site and click listen live, my Norton security protection says the web site is not safe. - Very unusual, has anybody else had any problems listening to the show via the web?
The station seems to be working fine i'll talk to Mr. Morgan and get back to you on this.
You can listen to my station www.kuhbradio.org We are an island located on the other side of the US. I have had the Nortons issue come up recently with a state website. I sent an email into nortons, but so far have not heard anything.
Roger sent me a note early this morning and said he thought they would have their issues worked out and be fully livestream again by next week..I was able to pick it up for a while Wed and Thurs am, but not in the evenings, and not today.
Maybe he is not paying his web master to maintain the site................I understand he owes a lot of money to various people and vendors.
Also say a huge tax lien listed n the Commercial Reporter.
Wow, I had to practically beg him to advertise for me for eight weeks. He kept promising to finish the spots and get them on the air, but it never happened. I finally used the money for something else.
I understand Roger is also in the midst of acquiring yet another station in the states. He's been spending a good deal of time on that task. Funny, never ran in to a business that wouldn't take your money until I moved here.
Here you go.....
Hi folks. ---happy to clear up the mystery. No, Paradise Radio ISN'T going out of business. Far from it, we are enjoying our "Best of Times", but we're experiencing some frustrating challenges with the streaming of our station on the Internet. We keep losing the connection to our streaming service. It sounds simple, but it's one of those things that has given us more frustration than you can imagine. We're working on it. Meantime, listen to us at 93.5 FM...Thanks for your concern!
Thanks for the update. I'm in NYC, I look forward to the opportunity to listen again once all the kinks are worked out. Have a great holiday weekend