Today: Greg has a fancy acting gig this weekend and Sarah trys to get him prepared for it, stolen meat is becoming a thing, have a fancy Valentines dinner with a chicken bucket, Doritos roses, public beer fountains, Van Gogh-inspired Airbnb is incredible, don't join a cult, and more - have a great day!
Today: Greg and the Garbage Company Caper, how does one become a garbage person, Mafia nicknames for Greg's secret friends, Fuller House is coming out, don't do that on an airplane, Steven Tyler made of Skittles, Jim Morrison might (not) be alive, the tale of Gerry Battles, and more - have a great afternoon!
Today: Greg and his Pee Wee history, a burlesque show that is very confusing, eating beer-battered fish is not a good excuse for drunk-driving, A SAVED BY THE BELL-THEMED BAR IS GOING TO EXIST, Espresso Self and karaoke coffee shop dreams, and our friend Gilbert from H&R Block (reach him at 503.233.0447) joined us to talk taxes, new forms for this year, how the IRS will NEVER call you, and more - have a great afternoon all!
Today: The strange shoeless man in the parking lot, eating alone without reading, Anna Nicole Smith anniversary, Florida flasher on the loose, drive-thru Burger King robbery, therapy snakes on a plane, bottled British air, Bowlo de Super update, Spanish Squatch Watch, and more - have a great afternoon!
Just a quick programming note that we wanted to get out to everyone. To simply state a very complicated issue, the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) is who we have been paying music-licensing rates to, in order to maintain our music-based shows on the Network. We paid under a special agreement for small webcasters, which allowed us to pay an appropriate amount to artists, while still being able to have some great music shows that exposed a lot of people to music they may not have otherwise heard.
However, as of..well, now, that provision has been removed under the new CRB rates established for 2016-2020. The new rates that apply to small broadcasters are now essentially the same that services like Pandora pay. While Pandora has a huge profit margin and can pay these new rates, smaller broadcasters are unfortunately being phased out. We still hold out hope that a provision can be added in, but for the time being, we must suspend music-based shows. It's unfortunate and hopefully this will change soon. In the mean time, we of course have our many amazing talk-based shows for you, so nothing changes on that front! We believe in local and small broadcasting networks like our own and thank you so much for your support!
Here is an article that also explains it a little more:
Thanks so much!
Greg and Sarah