KJAM is now live-streaming its AM signal online. I don't imagine folks will be tuning in worldwide to listen to the same music they can get from a number of generic classic hits format stations in their own neck of the woods. But this new service may find an audience among traveling locals and Lake County ex-pats who want to keep up with Madison area news and sports.
Of course, they still have a long way to go to catch up with the cultural richness of South Dakota Public Radio, which gives us two online broadcasts or the sheer awesomeness of the best radio station in the world, CKUA. Note to Richard M.: CKUA is a public, non-profit organization, and it provides better music and cultural programming than any free-market radio station I've listened to. That's what I mean about private broadcasters providing the bland content that is a larger audience's second choice instead of the high-quality programming produced by the community effort of CKUA. (For more on that concept, read Yochai Benkler.)
Pulling it from his . . . - In case you missed it, Rex did a stellar job tonight.
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