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Radio station KHOE back online
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22 February 2006
Listeners around the world can hear Maharishi's latest knowledge now that campus radio station KHOE (90.5 FM) is back on the Internet at http://www.khoe.org.
Soon after it went live, station director Stan Stansberry began receiving comments, including those from listeners in Canada and Japan.
The schedule is currently being revamped so that popular programs, such as the Global Family Chats, will also be played during the night, making them more conveniently available to listeners in other time zones around the planet.
The station uses a new approach to streaming audio: simply click on the link, and the audio stream will play in whatever software is available on the computer, such as Windows Media Player, Quicktime, Real Player, or iTunes. Macintosh users should note that it may not work in OS 9. And in OS X, it downloads a file which, when clicked, opens iTunes and the station begins streaming.
The station had been online in the past, but experienced a hiatus after the FCC decided that web radio broadcasters must be licensed. But now that the license application is being processed and technical glitches worked out, the station is online.
Playing a major role in setting it up were student Joseph Schneekloth, faculty member Gurdy Leete, and staff member Ken Woodward.
'There were challenges, but Joseph loved the adventure of making KHOE available worldwide,' Mr. Stansberry said. 'He stuck with it.'
KHOE offers world music, campus news, readings from the Vedic Literature, lectures by Maharishi, and more.
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