(PRWEB) August 24, 2004
The Aug. 28th, 2004 appearance at the W.H.A.R.F. festival in Waukegan, IL marks the beginning of a series of live remote broadcasts in and around the Chicagoland area to bring attention to the "Black Knight and Squire G Show, with Jay Capone;" a nationally syndicated radio show, originating from Chicago, but as of yet, not carried in Chicago.
The group plans several more live remote broadcasts in the near future which is made possible from their innovative use of wi-fi technology (from http://www.etherdesigns.com) to beam the show via the Internet for uplink to the satellite for syndication distribution.
After signing a syndication contract with the IBC Radio Network, and being on the air well over a year, James Arthur Jancik, Gary Hermann and Jay Stephen are searching for a "radio home" within the Chicagoland area.
James remembers the likes of local talk hosts, Dave Baum, Larry "the Legend, " Larry Lujack and Eddie Swuartz, "I have been a long time consumer of talk radio since my single digit years... it is pay back time!"
The show airs live, coast to coast via the Telstar 5 (KU band), digital, "free-to-air" satellite on Saturday afternoons, 2pm to 5pm Central time. While many stations currently have the ability to carry the show, IBC will provide, free of charge, the satellite and dish to stations not equipped to receive the signal, if they wish to carry programming.
For stations that sign contracts to carry the BKSG Show, the air personalities are available to record promos, announcements, etc. to help advertise the show. In some cases, even make live appearances.
However, For Chicago Area radio stations, there are even more options. The boys are available for full time, daily duty with an interested station.
Being born and reared in the Chicago Area, the boys' show is in the radio style/format native to their home town, pioneered by the likes of Steve Dahl, Garry Meier, Johnny B and Kevin Matthews. The show would be a natural for the Morning or Afternoon Drive-Time as well as mid-day, evenings and even over-nights. While this style of radio is well known in Chicago, many listeners from other cities are quite surprised when exposed to the BKSG Show and faithfully listen and laugh "till it hurts."
James, Gary and Jay's life-long experience in writing, recording, production and performance makes them an asset to any station looking for voice-overs, commercials and promotion creation.
IBC maintains a shortwave broadcast at 7.330 Mhz and a series of free, formatted Internet streams of the live show, as a convenience and a promotion, to allow areas that do not carry the program to listen live. (http://www.ibcradio.com)
The BKSG Show has a website (http://www.bksgshow.com) which contains information on future shows and promotions, how listeners can request their local radio to carry the program, how program directors can get info about carrying the show on their station, an archive of past live shows and more.
A free 60 mins edited compilation CD from previous live shows is available to interested parties on request. The same is available for immediate listening on-line at http://www.innersites.com/bksg/demo
IBC (OTCBB:IBCS) also syndicates: The Lou Gentile Show (http://www.lougentile.com), Whitley Strieber's "Dreamland" (http://www.unknowncountry.com), James Arthur Jancik's other show, "Feet to the Fire," (http://www.feet2fire.com) Jack Landman's "Cybercity Radio" (http://www.cybercityradio.com), Stock Talk Live and others.
James Arthur Jancik
The Black Knight & Squire G Show
PO Box 487
Berwyn, IL 60402
International Broadcast Corporation (IBC)
Santa Maria, CA