March 19, 2009

Wave of the Future? Broadcasting From Your Closet

Radio rebel still doing it his way. Traditional radio took away T.D. Mischke's microphone, but it didn't silence him.

From Tom Mischke, former KSTP radio personality, is now streaming his show from his house in St. Paul (MN) for City Pages. He found the closet off of his main office the best place for setting up the sound booth.

In this economy of recessionists, radio companies have slashed jobs left and right including many talented on-air radio hosts. Most notably Jeff Foxx at 98.7 Kiss FM in New York; an unpopular decision based on comments on this blog.

Marc Clarke and Troy Johnson from the Baltimore market, have started their own blog. More vlogs and a stream sounds like it would be ideal at their Baltimore Sun blog site.

Maybe this type of "broadcasting" could become an option for the unique talent local personalities bring to the table in their particular city. The one thing Tom Mischke has in his favor is the abilitiy to bring past advertisers and sponsers to the website he is streaming from. Read more from the >>

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for reading this post. Check out More Content, Featured Videos, and Radio Industry News that's Trending right now on our HOME page on mobile devices use the web version.
© 2017, All Rights Reserved. Powered by Blogger.


In the latest episode of Timeout with Taylor Rooks, 8-year NBA veteran and Knicks forward Michael Beasley stops by SNY to discuss his unique fashion sense, the impact of certain words in the English language, and how he is impacted by his reputation around the league.

More Podcasts

Click on the above link to our Podcast page.

Most Popular Posts


rss feed