Posts Tagged ‘tech’

Feb. 10 2012

Cool ways to listen!

By Diana Ross | Posted in Staff Blogs | 1 Comment

I just read a comment from a listener who uses a Roku device to listen to WBJC online, and I wondered how many of you out there have found creative new ways of listening to WBJC. I have this very same set-top device for watching Netflix or Amazon on demand via internet on my TV […]

Jan. 19 2012

I can’t find the Listen Buttons!!

By Diana Ross | Posted in Staff Blogs, WBJC News | No Comments

I’m hearing from many people who aren’t able to see the Listen Now part of the front page, or are having various graphic errors. 1st, here are the direct streaming links to hold you over: http://vista.streamguys.com/wbjc for Windows Media player and http://wbjc-sc.streamguys.org/listen.pls for iTunes 2nd, could you email me details about what browser/version you’re using […]

Jan. 18 2012

WBJC’s new website!

By Diana Ross | Posted in WBJC News | 15 Comments

All of us here at WBJC have been working hard in eager anticipation of this day… our new website launch! It’s been a labor of love, but ultimately worthwhile to connect with you, our listeners. We took what worked from the old site, and made it better, then we added new things into the mix! […]

Jan. 13 2012

It Had a Not-So-Nice Ring to It

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

By now, most of you have probably heard about the ringing cell phone that disrupted a recent New York Philharmonic performance of Mahler’s 9th Symphony to such an extent that Maestro Alan Gilbert stopped the show until the phone’s owner assured him that the offending device had, indeed, been silenced. The phone had apparently been […]

Oct. 21 2011

The New WBJC Tube Socket

By Bob Lenio | Posted in Staff Blogs | No Comments

A very difficult replacement procedure   Related posts: I can’t find the Listen Buttons!! Cool ways to listen! POWER OUTAGE – Station on low power~

Sep. 17 2011

Welcome!

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

Hello and welcome to WBJC’s brand-new website! As an Internet junkie, I’m very excited about our new site and the station’s recent forays into social media. If you’re on Twitter and/or Facebook, please join us there; the more fans and followers we have, the merrier. The debate about how to make classical music more “relevant” […]

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