Interobang Radio


Not something that i wrote about on this site, but a few months back I decided one Sunday to see how hard it is to make an internet radio station.

As it turns out I got most of it done within the day and so the hunt was on for content and a decent streaming server. The later was given to me by the wonderful people at Playlouder especially Charlie and the former came from whoever wanted a shot on air.

After a couple of successful test runs in Pete’s studio we nabbed an unused greenhouse in the building and set up a permenant studio.

Took a little tinkering to stop the wobbly floor from jumping the needle and some creative wiring but eventually Interobang Radio (I bought the domain a while ago and it sort of worked) was up and running 247.

At this point I began to realise just how much work running a radio station involved. Not only did I spend most of the week sourcing and then chasing contributers, I also had to run the website and produce/engineer the live shows. With little income and now no time to find some, I decided to reduce my involvment as much as i could.

This was my six step programme I designed to help DJ’s switch the thing on (remember it was mainly built of scrap hardwear I found).

My favorite pic of the carnage that everone brought to this Green House in a Warehouse.

Sadly this project has come to an end, but it was fun while it lasted and a great experience. Now, once again, I just need to work out what to do next.

I am very much open to ideas if you have one, my contacts are at the top of the page.


One thought on “Interobang Radio

  1. brunovincent Post author

    Sorry for the lo-res iphone pics, I havent taking a picture in anger for 19 months and so the lovely Pete Fowler stepped up to document the project. He is after all a brilliant illustrator , not a photographer.


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