Columbia, Missouri Apr 5, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – 80s Radio for Us Launches New Website
80s Radio for Us is proud to announce the launch of its new website, 80sRadioForUs.com. This website is dedicated to celebrating the music and culture of the 1980s. The website features a wide range of content, including music history and news, artist information, and other special features. Visitors can also listen to the station’s live stream and access the station’s archives.
“We are very excited to launch this new website and to be able to share our love of 80s music with the world,” said Paul Whatley, program director for 80s Radio for Us. “What we really want to promote are the music memories from the 80s, and for most of us – our childhood. We want to bring back those memories and share them with everyone.”
The website also features a blog, which will be updated regularly with news and information about the station and the music of the 80s. 80s Radio for Us is committed to providing the best in 80s music and culture, and the new website is just the beginning. Visit 80sRadioForUs.com to experience the music and culture of the 1980s.
About 80s Radio for Us
80s Radio for Us is a listener supported online radio station. Being listener supported allows the station to provide a unique listening experience that is not available anywhere else.
The station has partnered with Live365 who provides royalty coverage in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This allows the station to provide a legal and safe listening experience for its listeners.
80s Radio for Us also partners with Fishnet Syndication to bring syndicated 80s radio shows to their listeners during the weekend. The lineup of shows will feature veteran DJ’s Gonzo Gates, Todd Chambless, Scott Shaw, Bob Larson, and Kent Jones. Each DJ will bring their own unique style and flavor to the station, playing the best of 80s music from the decade that defined a generation.
The station is available on all major streaming platforms including Tunein, Live365, and Streamitter. Listeners can also tune in directly on the station’s website and on all major Smart TV’s.
Source :80s Radio for Us
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