San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 16, 2005
Baybop Radio is launched as the first African-American, woman-owned and operated radio station in the world. Mixing streaming technology and music, founder and owner Adrienne Anderson programs music by independent artists and features Âendangered musicÂ Âor music that wouldnÂt normally be heard on todayÂs radio.
Started in June of 2004, Baybop RadioÂs audience has grown. Artists like indie Seattle rappers Optimus Rhyme and underground folk artist Edith Frost are in regular rotationÂ something youÂd never find on Top Ten radio. San Francisco-native Adrienne Anderson knows the public is ready for the next wave in radio streaming. Better equipment and better home computers have revolutionized how people hear music.
ÂPeople canÂt listen to their iPods at work, or keep rotating their CDs. What are they doing? Plugging into Internet radio,Â says Adrienne. Sick of hearing the same music and a lot of commercials, Baybop Radio is ahead of the pack with its creative programming and minimal commercials.
Baybop Radio is streamed through Live 365.com. In June 2005, Baybop Radio will be expanding because the number of listeners keeps growing.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact station owner Adrienne Anderson or visit http://www.baybop.com . You can click directly to Baybop Radio at http://www.live365.com/stations/baybop?site=pro.
About Baybop Radio:
Baybop Radio was founded in June 2004 and was officially expanded in May 2005. Established as a nonprofit, community radio station, it features Âendangered musicÂ by indie artists, as well as classic soul, bluegrass, rock, swing, reggae, rap and American roots music. Founder and owner Adrienne Anderson is also the founder and director of the International Black WomenÂs Film Festival in San Francisco, California. Baybop Radio is the only African American and woman-owned and operated Internet radio station in the world.
Adrienne Anderson, Owner & Programmer