Thursday, December 08, 2011 Rally for Internet Radio at City Hall

I found a big moose running wild in the concrete courtyard of City Hall known as Nathan Phillips Square. It wasn't until I got close that I realized that this was not Bullwinkle looking for Natasha, it was Foster D Moos, mascot of the D-Moos Radio which broadcasts over the internet from the McGibbon Hotel in Georgetown. I am listening to them as I type this blog entry and they play some great music. Just perfect for boomers or zoomers or even youngsters.
James with friendly Foster D Moos

The gang from the thriving municipality of Halton Hills, formally and always known as Georgetown, and informally known as Lower Acton (the place that is worth the drive) were in Toronto to promote internet radio. You can listen to the radio on the commute, but remember internet radio isn't just for work, bring some home today.

"Rally For Internet Radio and Social Media Thursday December 8,2011 Nathan Phillips Square TORONTO,CANADA: Internet radio (also web radio, net radio, streaming radio, e-radiowebcasting) is an audio service transmitted via the Internet. Music streaming on the Internet is usually referred to as webcasting since it is not transmitted broadly through wireless means. Every genre of music you enjoy is served by thousands of stations we are here today to tell you INTERNET RADIO will soon be EVERYWHERE .. Mainstream Radio Television and the print media will always be here but Internet Radio is growing in popularity daily..we can’t be stopped the Internet runs the world."

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