An Internet radio station situated in Sydney is turning its sights on a frequently ignored demographic — seniors.
Nearby music as society, blue grass and Celtic tunes don’t commonly get a ton of play on private Cape Breton radio stations, said Glen Gray.
Dark has been working http://www.kleeradio.com for more than five years playing Cape Breton music however it now has a devoted stage of music and group news for seniors.
It authoritatively dispatches a full slate of programming in mid-May.
Dark offered audience members a sneak peak Saturday as he telecast from the 50+ Expo at the Whitney Pier branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Seniors and beneficiaries bunches have indicated enthusiasm for the online radio station, he said. Most senior subjects have some nature with PCs and the Internet, and the individuals who don’t, there are projects gone for getting seniors PC proficient, Gray said.
He said his station would permit nearby acts to sparkle.
Flipping through some of his special material was Sydney occupant Brenda Burns. She was hoping to discover more about what K-Lee radio brought to the table.
Burns was one of near 500 individuals who filled the army over a five-hour period Saturday to take in more about topic that is of specific worry to the 50 or more group.
The second yearly expo, which was composed by the Friends of Neville Park Society, included 33 exhibiters on various points, for example, seniors lodging and bequest arranging.
Coordinator Allan Nathanson said his general public has hoped to extend the quantity of occasions it can have in Whitney Pier.