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Majic 102.7 Miami
Classic Tracks From The 60's And 70's
Mindy Lang
10am-2pm (3pm-7pm UK) week days
Joe Johnson
5.30-10.00am (10.30am-3pm UK) week days & Sun 10-11am (3-4pm UK) Beatle Brunch
Joe Johnson, Donna Davis, Libby Kay (traffic), Darren Stephens (producer) & Aaron Kishman (assistant)
5.30-10am (10.30am-3pm UK) week days
Click here to listen to great oldies live on Majic 102.7
Click here to see photos of Majic's week in London with UK Dave
Click here to see photos of UK Dave's visit to Majic's Miami Studio
Click here to hear The Tornados' Roger LaVern's on-air phone call to Majic's Mindy Lang
Click here to hear Sabine & Isabel Kay with Mindy Lang
Click here to see photos from Rick Shaw's last morning show
Click here to watch the Majic Morning Show video

Bruce Kelly

 


Robbie Owen & Mike 'Beach Boys' Grant
Robbie Owen and Mike Grant pictured in the former Hertbeat FM's Studio 1 in Aug 2002. Hear Robbie Owen's "Jukebox Drive-In" Sunday evening from 7 - 10 pm and Mike Grant's "The California Music Show" Sunday 5 - 7pm on Biggles FM. 104.8 FM or online at www.bigglesfm.com. Tune in to hear great oldies.

BBC Radio 2 Sounds Of The Sixties

"Sounds Of The Sixties" is presented by Brian Matthews, pictured above. The show is produced by Phil Swern. The previous presenter was Roger Bowman. Vocalist Roger has worked in the studio with Coda's Colin Frechter. SOTS is broadcast every Saturday morning 8-10 am and is available online click here.


Sunny 105 FM, Honesdale PA, USA

Sadly the Sunny stream is currently off-line. Come back on-line soon Sunny - we miss you!

The Sunny staff photographed in Jun 2003. From left to right On the staircase: [Back Row] Josline Hoffman (Office Mgr) and Terri Martin (Sales), [Middle Row] Theresa Opeka (News), Sarah Pretzman (News), Amy Amarel (Sales), Margaret Allen (News/Sales), Jessica (Candy) Benjemin (On-Air/Traffic) and Brian Wilken (General Sales Mgr). Front Row: Jim Davey (Sales), Rob Daniels (Webmaster), Tim Downs (Presenter), George Schmitt (Presenter) and Bob Mermell (Owner).

 


Tune In to our friends George Schmitt and Tim Downs in Honesdale, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. They play a great selection of oldies from the 60's and 70's

Listen!

105.3 FM WYCY Hawley - Honesdale

Sorry, sadly Sunny's stream is currently not available on line.


Hi Dave, Sorry it took so long to get back to you.
        Tim left in April for a station on the Jersey shore..."the Breeze". We still hear from him from time to time, you can still e-mail him at . Hope all is well on the other side of the pond, sorry no streaming yet...
George

From: George Schmitt     Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 4:40 PM


Hi Dave,
   Good to hear from you again.  The three big music publishing organizations, ASCAP,
BMI, and SESAC are currently in talks with the Broadcasters Association to
come up with a fair month fee to charge radio stations for streaming.  The
suggested amount is $25.00 which would allow all radio stations in the US,
big or small, to go  back to streaming as early as June of this year.  We'll
keep you informed.  Tim

From: Tim Downs Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 3:01 PM


SORRY THAT WE ARE NO LONGER ON THE WEB, BUT MANY STATIONS ARE DROPPING IT DUE TO THE UNBELIEVABLE HIGH INTERNET MUSIC RIGHTS FEES THE ARTISTS ARE TRYING TO GET.

THIS ISSUE IS IN THE COURTS NOW. WE ARE LOOKING AT OTHER AVENUES TO EXPLORE? MAYBE IN A MONTH OR 2 WE COULD BE BACK, IT ALL DEPENDS...
 SORRY,

 GEORGE
From: "George Schmitt"
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 3:24 PM


Hi Dave,

   We have not heard anything new on the new streaming laws yet. When we do, I'll let you know first thing. George and Sara say hello, and we all want to wish you the happiest of holidays.

Take care,

Tim

From: Tim Downs     Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 3:16 PM 


Hi Dave,
  I may have some good news for our favorite streamers soon.  ASCAP and BMI, the two services we have to pay to stream, are finally coming up with a new formula to make it more affordable for small stations like SUNNY 105 to stream again.  It MAY be possible for us to be back on before the end of the year.  I'll keep you posted. Thanks for hanging in with us.

The best to you,

Tim

From: Tim Downs    Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2003


Hi Dave,
 Thanks for the update and your ongoing loyalty! I guess we're almost as popular in the UK as we are in N.E. Pennsylvania. The streaming problem is a money thing.  ASCAP and BMI, the two major music copyright organizations, want an additional 1/10 of our revenue in order to allow us to stream.  Radio stations throughout the US have given ASCAP and BMI the collective..."UP YOURS".  It's still in the courts. I'll keep you informed...Film at 11. Thanks for hanging in with us Dave, 

Take care, 

Tim

From: Tim Downs     Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2003 12:22 PM


Hi Dave

   Hopefully we'll be back on-line in the coming year for our favorite streamers.

Warm regards,
Tim

From: Tim Downs     Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 3:55 PM


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