It’s always really great to know that more and more radio stations are jumping into the bandwagon of online streaming. 98.3 Love Radio Palawan and 100.7 Love Radio Lucena City are just among the many provincial stations that are now taking advantage of the internet.
It’s also surprising to note that most of the stations that go online are from the province. Most of the stations in Manila are now also heard via WWW. Yet, some of the major market stations are still not into it. 101.9 For Life has a Live on Air button, but it doesn’t do anything. I though it’s for streaming. ABS-CBN’s MOR station in Cebu (www.971lupigsila.webs.com)doesn’t also have an official streaming link. MOR 101.1 Davao doesn’t also offer one.
Internet streaming, frankly speaking, doesn’t have a significant impact on the sales of radio stations which is why only a few stations go online.
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