Well, here I am again.
The last time I went on a journey like this, I was knee deep in technical babble and trouble while starting my radio station.
I have to say, I'm not the most organized person in town. But still, putting this together is both fun and exhausting. Ideally, I would like to monetize my station at some point. But we all know how far off that goal can be, particularly in a town like Halifax where there is a radio station every half mile down the road.
Remedy Radio has been an idea in my brain since my now defunct station, Trancelogic.club, was launched several years ago. Back then, I knew nothing about anything to do with broadcasting online. All I knew was there was a microphone involved and little else.
This time around I'm a bit wiser and a bit smarter. I'm not sweating the small stuff, and I'm using a Radiojar, a new service to me that seems to be a stand up solution in comparison to most of what I have encountered online for radio services.
I am encouraged by the number of people who have said to me, "hey, I think that's a great idea for a station," but we'll see when the numbers come in off of the dashboard. But, ultimately, I'm not doing this for money. If I were, I may have spent a bit more time on the website. But it's not really about the website. It's about the content and the music. Just think of the radio station as a podcast that never ends.
I'm really looking forward to playing with you. I hope you feel the same.