iTunes LOVES Radio Newark!!!

Now listed in iTunes Radio under News / Talk

I know it’s psychotic to use more than one exclamation point but I can’t help myself.  Either the folks at Apple love us or the greatest technology blunder since Windows Millenium Edition has just happened BECAUSE (and I’m NOT KIDDING) Radio Newark is now listed in the iTunes Radio directory found in every iTunes app in. the. world.

I am agog.
Maybe it’s because Frank Fortunato who does the fabulous CATEX News broadcast each weekday has generously granted rebroadcast permission.  Frank cover catastrophes like no one’s business because it’s HIS business.  Check out Mr. Fortunato and you’ll see why he’s ridiculously successful.

Or maybe it’s because of the new Radio Newark banner at EarthSky.org.  Yep — our first web banner is viewable to listeners in Delaware and other parts of the world.  (But not in most U.S. states because EarthSky has other affiliates there, naturally.)  It’s a very, very pretty banner!  Take a quick look here and see if it’s visible on the right column.  Thank you, David!

Possibly it’s the World Industrial News, from Industrial Info Resources, or the latest genius from Roy H. Williams.  Ah!  It’s the delicate and lovely guitar work of Jon Sayles.  Probably that’s it.

Although it might be Robin Sharma, Deutsche Welle, the National Endowment for the Arts, University of Cambridge and Dr. Chris Smith, or the brilliant Joe Smith of Irrational Public Radio.  YOU GUYS ROCK!  Check out the RN website for these and more stories on Feature Story News, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and the TED Talks we carry.

Or maybe it’s you, 1000 true friends, clamoring for more and more.  I don’t know.  All I can tell you is I AM GRATEFUL.  Thank you for listening.  Thank you for telling your friends.  (Yes, we will have a Facebook page THIS YEAR.)  And thank you for your prayers and encouragement.

Thanks, too, for the fun ride.  Wonder where the next turn is?!?

Stephen Worden

P.S. I also know it’s psychotic to ?!? at the end of a sentence, but what are you going to do?!?  Maybe we need a new punctuation mark.

Thank you for listening!

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