Maine Internet Radio Blog for November 27, 2020
Hey there, Steve G. from Mainely ’70s and Mainely ’80s sneaking into the world of Kim’s blog. It’s been busy at Maine Internet Radio recently. Which is the way we like it! Here are some things going on behind the scenes we want you to know about.
First, the holiday shopping season is upon us. We have an excellent way to get your shopping done. You don’t even have to leave home!
The link for our new online store is https://meinternetradio.itemorder.com. Show your support for Maine Internet Radio. Look super cool with apparel, including t-shirts and hats in various colors with the Maine Internet Radio logo.
I’ve been hosting Mainely ’80s from noon – 6 pm on weekdays for a year now. It sure doesn’t seem like it. Time does fly when you’re having fun!
I’ve cut back to noon – 3 pm, but Jim Baines has joined the station to play the best the ’80s has to offer on weekdays from 9 am – noon! Jim has a lot of broadcast experience. You might know him from his recent work for Maine Public Television as a reporter for the high school basketball tournaments.
Host, Bill DaButler, serves up the best alternative rock and other assorted appetizers. He is your Master of Ceremonies on the Cheese Radio Morning Show. Cheese and Chill plays the best acoustic rock and coffeehouse music all day on Saturday.
The best Christian music is on Sunday mornings. Plus, the new feature “Roots of Alt Rock,” airs at various times during the week. He added a lot of new songs a while back to the always evolving playlist. Mix it all together, and you have Cheese Radio!
Nice and Easy
The newest station at Maine Internet Radio is hosted by Maine musician, music teacher, DJ, and music connoisseur, Brian Nadeau. You might know him from “The Nite Show” with Dan Cashman. Playing easy listening music, which is sorely needed in these times, Nice and Easy has filled a niche with both seasoned adults and those looking for good music.
Brian’s audience is so faithful and committed. They are stewards of the well-being of the station. A recent example was when the station experienced technical difficulties and was knocked off the air.
A great couple let Brian know almost immediately. The downtime was minimal. We love our listeners!
Next time, I’ll fill you in on our other four stations’ goings-on. Take care, keep listening, and spreading the word about Maine Internet Radio!