Category: radio

New on ContemporaryJazz.com Radio – Late November Adds »

ContemporaryJazz.com Radio plays nu jazz, acid jazz, remixed jazz, jazzy house, dancefloor jazz, and other groove jazz styles. It’s online all the time and is free (with ads) or you can purchase a VIP package for commercial free listening and other benefits. In the last three weeks, I added over two dozen new selections to […]

Remembering XM 72 Beyond Jazz »

This is the last week of broadcasting for XM satellite radio channel 72 – Beyond Jazz. When I originally decided to get satellite radio over six years ago, the primary reason was to get the jazz channels. The only jazz I could regularly get on the radio in Kansas City was a not-to-my-liking, now-gone smooth […]

XM 72 Beyond Jazz Update »

As I blogged about last month, my favorite channel, XM Satellite Radio channel 72 Beyond Jazz, is ending. It’s off the air on November 14. Program director Russ Davis wants you to know that he and Jammin’ Jazz host Michelle Sammartino aren’t through with the music, though. Russ is launching MOJARadio (MoJa is short for […]

XM Beyond Jazz To End »

XM Radio cuts 80 staffers, including on-air personalities. Beyond Jazz, XM72, will be canceled.

ContemporaryJazz.com Radio Turns 5 »

According to Live365.com, ContemporaryJazz.com Radio (formerly tomorrowJazz Radio) turns five years old today. Man, how time flies. Last year, I wrote about why I have an Internet station. The reasoning hasn’t changed. I’m just as interested in sharing the music I like as ever – now I even tweet what I’m listening to. I have […]

ContemporaryJazz.com Radio Adds – Early September »

ContemporaryJazz.com Radio plays nu jazz, acid jazz, remixed jazz, jazzy house, and other groove jazz styles. It’s online all the time and is free (with ads) or you can purchase a VIP package for commercial free listening and other benefits. In the last few weeks, I’ve added new music from a number of artists I […]

ContemporaryJazz.com Radio Adds – July »

ContemporaryJazz.com Radio plays nu jazz, acid jazz, remixed jazz, jazzy house, and other groove jazz styles. It’s online all the time and is free (with ads) or you can purchase a VIP package for commercial free listening and other benefits. Some new releases I added include a band called Funkatized (whose title speaks for itself), […]

Fusion Blog; Nu Jazz Broadcast; MySpace »

John Luciano, top-notch ContemporaryJazz.com reviewer, has launched his own blog. iJazz Therefore I Am covers music John loves including 70s and 80s jazz fusion. Among the acts he’s posted about already include Jeff Lorber Fusion, Spyro Gyra, and Tom Browne. A fellow 37-year-old spinning nu jazz music? Sounds like my kind of guy! The surprising […]

Why I Have tomorrowJazz Radio »

Since the royalty rate hike was announced, I’ve been asking myself why I put out the cash for tomorrowJazz Radio. I don’t make money on it, and haven’t tried. I don’t know if I can call it a hobby since I don’t have a mixing board, good mic, dayparts, or other features/programming that would make […]

Save Internet Radio »

Have you heard about the situation regarding Internet Radio? Recently the Copyright Royalty Board hiked royalty rates so high that an estimated 90 percent of the webcasters will be decimated. It’s no exaggeration. It will destroy an emerging force in music. The foundation of Internet radio is people like me, a guy who likes to […]