Michelle McKormick, my old partner has scored a gig in Grand Rapids doinf middays on 1300 AM WOOD Radio.
When we launched our contest Michelle was already filling in on WOOD but she didn’t know the job was hers, but now that she has a job, the contest is over…for now! I wish her the best and am happy she found something in this economy.
Congrats to Michelle, you can stream her show here, 9a-Noon.
P.S. No, I don’t know what is going on with Drew Lane.
ok, I know I can count on you folks for a little favor from time to time.
Jungle Java – Round Rock has been nominated for “Best indoor playspace” by Parentsconnect.com and Nickelodeon-TV.
The voting is all being done on-line and the winner will get some mentions on Nickelodeon.
I’d appreciate it if you could log on and give us a quick vote, there is no registration necessary to vote and you can just click the link below to give us some love.
Thank you, your vote is greatly appreciated!
For Indoor Playspace
I recently change my phone from the Motorola Q to a Blackberry Curve (thank GOD for Verizon’s’s “two and it’s new” deal) and one of the main reason I upgraded was to have the ability to listen to any radio show in the country on my phone.
Most of you know I am a HUGE fan of Phil Hendrie (KJCE) and Neil Rogers (WQAM) and I like to listen when I am driving around town chauffeuring kids, etc. Until now I’ve had to listen with an ear piece. Today I was driving around in my brother’s car and noticed that he had an Ipod plug, so I plugged in my phone and bingo, I was listen to Pat Caputo on WXYT talk about the Red Wings. It was nice to have a slice of home on the radio. Anybody can do it, all you need to do is follow these instructions.
1. Make sure you have an unlimited data package with your phone cell phone carrier. The cost would be outrageous if you were paying for usage.
2. Get a free account at Moodio.
3. Add the stations or Internet shows to your account that you would like to listen to on your smart phone.
3. On your cell phone browser log onto your moodio account at www.m.moodio.fm
4. Pick the show you want to listen too and plug your phone into the Ipod jack on your car stereo. If you don’t have an Ipod jack, just buy a small, cheap FM transmitter at Best Buy and tune your car radio to the frequency in your area that transmits to your car stereo.
That’s it, now go listen to your favorite radio shows anywhere you’d like. You are no longer stuck with shows in your local market while driving, you can get any show as long as they are streaming on the net. So if you are dying to expand your choices, log onto www.moodio.fm and give it a try today.