While checking some things on the internet, I decided to see how K WAVe 6 Radio appears in search engines. I found one thing that needs to be explained to you, and another that needs to be explained to me... well, it's not a bad thing - it's actually beneficial to you the listener, and us, the podcaster.
The first is the Spreaker page. This page and account was set up by our partner, Freedom Talk Radio and SETV. The only problem with this account is, I don't broadcast on Spreaker, and to my knowledge, Spreaker doesn't simulcast with Blog Talk Radio. Despite the occasional problems I've had with Blog Talk Radio, at least we can take Skype calls without having to make alterations to our computers - something that needs to be done with Spreaker - at least we did a year ago, the last time I was in my Spreaker account. So, as you can see (in the photo), there isn't any programming from us in Spreaker.
The second find is this - iVoox.com. I have never ever heard of iVoox until today, not to mention ever starting an account with them. This is not a bad thing. I checked their listings of our shows and found that they're only linking to our RSS Feed, which means whatever shows are available on my main podcast supplier, are appearing on iVoox - just like iTunes, PodOmatic, Stitcher, and our RSS Feed. iVoox's home page has two language choices, English and Spanish, which can be changed by choosing your language choice on the bottom-left side of their page.
All-in-all, now I have to list iVoox as another media player for podcasts!
Speaking of podcasts: we're working on another podcast which is due to air this coming Sunday, December the 6th. The plan for this podcast is a common topic which most of us overlook and take for granted. In our style, this podcast will be meant to make you think, then make better decisions for yourself, those you love and the world around you. We also hope that you'll look at the world differently after listening to this upcoming podcast.
We will inform you when it available. It will be airing on:
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