Radio-J Launches Audio Archive on Soundcloud
If youíve ever wished you could hear one of Radio-Jís interviews once again or catch one of our special programs on-demand, your wish has been fulfilled. Introducing Radio-J on Soundcloud.
When you visit Radio-Jís new Soundcloud page - http://soundcloud.com/radio-j-com - youíll have immediate access to recently aired interviews, special programs, exclusive previews of upcoming shows, and more, and just like Radio-J, itís all 100% free of charge! When you foll
ow Radio-Jís Facebook page,youíll automatically get an update every time new audio clips are added to the
Additionally, if youíre a recording-artist with a song you want played on Radio-J, you can upload your recording through our Soundcloud Dropbox (WAV, BWF, or MP3 format w/ID3 tag).
Be sure to visit Radio-J on Soundcloud today and to check back often as new content is added and updated.
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Relive the 2012 JFNA General Assembly on Radio-J
If you missed out on Radio-J's special
coverage of the just concluded JFNA General Assembly in Baltimore, Maryland,
fear not, just tune-in to "Radio-J at the GA Replay. Radio-J will be
replaying our more than four and a half hours of GA coverage on Wednesday,
November 14 and Sunday, November 18.
Hear the entire first day plenary, highlights of additional plenary sessions, interviews with attendees, speakers and
performers including JFNA Vice President for Public Policy William Daroff, America's
Got Talent semi-finalist Edon, Mayor of Yeruham Michael Biton, and many
Live Coverage of JFNA Olympic Moment of Silence Press-Conference
Radio-J will provide live coverage of a special tele-press conference convened by The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) urging International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge and the
IOC to reverse their decision and
commemorate the 40th anniversary of the 1972 Munich Massacre with a
moment of silence at the opening ceremonies of the 2012 London games.
Speaking and taking questions will be Ms. Ankie Spitzer, widow of slain 1972 Israeli Olympic coach Andre Spitzer; Lenny Krayzelburg,four-time Olympic Gold Medal swimmer; key Members of Congress; Steve Gold, Chair of Minute of Silence Munich 11 Petition, VP JCC Rockland; and William Daroff, Vice President of Public Policy at The Jewish Federations of North America.
The participants will speak to the importance of this issue, what it means to those directly affected, and advocacy efforts Ė via petitions, Congressional actions, public statements Ė that have urged the IOC to hold an official moment of silence to collectively honor the 11 Israeli Olympic athletes and coaches murdered during the 1972 Olympic Games.
Radio-J's live coverage will begin at 10:30 AM EDT (14:30 GMT) on Radio-J.com and will be anchored by Shawn Fink from the Radio-J studios in Beachwood, Ohio.
|Kiddush far Yontif||Cantor Moishe Oysher|
|Avadim Hayinu||Rick Recht|
|Lo Es Avoseinu Bilvad||The Diaspora Yeshiva Band|
|Ma Lecha HaYam||Paul Zim|
|Shir HaMa'alos||Dudu Fisher|
|Hallelu||The Rabbi's Sons|
|Hodu LaShem||Avner Levy|
|Loi Amus||Ari Goldwag|
|Pischu Li||Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach|
|Baruch HaBah||Lipa Schmeltzer|
|Ki Lo Naeh||Cantor Alberto Mizrahi|
|Adir Hu||Sam Glaser|
Washington, DC (March 4, 2012) - Radio-J.com is attending the annual America Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference being held once again at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. among the scheduled speakers are US President Barack Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Israeli President Shimon Peres, US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, the three leading candidates for the Republican nomination for President, Mit Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich as well as a number of members of the US Congress, and many other dignitaries.
Radio-J will be webcasting gavel to gavel proceedings of every plenary session on a delayed basis. Follow Radio-J on Twitter @RadioJCom for full details and updates to the broadcast schedule as they are made.
CLEVELAND (January 17, 2012) - Radio-J.com has announced the first major overhaul to its programming-schedule since its launch in 2007. The new streamlined schedule retains flagship program "Shalom America Worldwide" and introduces a number of new and exciting programming directions for the pioneering Judaic webcaster. The new schedule begins on Monday February 6, 2012 at 9:00 AM (EST/UTC -5).
One of the first changes listeners will notice, is the implementation of a six hour program rotation which will now repeat four times daily as opposed to the previous eight hour clock which repeated three times each day.
The network's flagship program, "Shalom America Worldwide" will be trimmed by one hour in length to accomodate the new schedule. Program host Phil Fink has already implemented the new two hour show format which he says, "[has] resulted in a leaner and more enjoyable program for the listener. The program moves along much faster and has a new sense of energy and urgency with this new timeframe."
Among the new programs listeners can anticipate are a daily 15 minute newscast at Noon (EST), a rotating series of daily half-hour programs focusing on klezmer, cantorial, instrumental, and Jewish oldies, and modern Jewish music.
"We are particularly excited about "And Now a Word From Our Rabbi", a new twice-weekly program featuring lessons from a diverse group of Rabbis representing a broad-scope of views across the Jewish spectrum", notes Shawn Fink Radio-J's Vice-President of Operations and Program Director. "Each edition of "And Now a Word..." will feature a different Rabbi from our revolving group of Rabbis."
For fans of the current variety of music featured during the day on Radio-J, fear not, "The Mix" will provide listeners with a veritable Jewish-music jukebox featuring Radio-J's cross-genre mix of music where listeners can hear artists ranging from Lipa Schmeltzer, The Yeshiva Boys Choir and Avraham Fried to Safam, Craig Taubman and Debbie Friedman, not to mention The Maccabeats, Matisyahu and many others. "The Mix" will air Monday - Thursday at 1 PM (EST) and during the weekend, and will be followed on weekdays by an hour of Israeli rock hits titled, "Rock B'Ivrit".