Some time ago I made the decision to let others take the credit for bringing Blue Fish Radio to the listening audience. I realized that while I could research, organize, record and edit each episode, there were others out there who could do a much better job at promoting the show. These broadcast channels include:
WRVO Reno Viola Outdoor Radio
WRVO is a 24-7-365 web streaming service that features over 35 independent producers that all have the outdoors in common. Reno Viola himself has a show. The service can be found on most I-Tune and other podcast internet delivery channels such as Tune in Radio. Blue Fish is repeated four times each week to around 10,000 listeners. For more information about WRVO please visit:
Accessible Media Inc. Audio
AMI Audio broadcasts over cable TV, XM-Sirius, I-Tunes and the web to over 5-million Canadian households and numerous other on-line listeners. They also transcribe Blue Fish Radio episodes for the deaf, and make available the audio programming through a special on-line audio player designed specifically for the blind. Blue Fish can be heard four times each week on AMI Audio. For more information please visit:
Outdoor Canada Magazine
Outdoor Canada Magazine is Canada’s premier national magazine with a focus on fishing, hunting and conservation. The magazine also operates a popular on-line forum, on-line magazine, and is big into social media. Every two weeks Outdoor Canada features a Blue Fish Radio episode on their website, Facebook page and to over 40,000 Twitter followers, that on average gets re-Tweeted to 100,000 followers. For more information about Outdoor Canada Magazine please visit:
Spreaker.com is the on-line streaming site where all Blue Fish Radio episodes are housed. You can download the episodes as MP3 files, stream live, or establish player links on your own website to individual episodes. More details or episodes can be found at:
iTunes now features the Blue Fish Radio Show. It’s in Apple format, but the HumanWare Stream portable player has no trouble downloading episodes.
Blue Fish Radio is fortunate to be sponsored by a number of quality companies. It’s with their support that I’m able to produce Blue Fish Radio. A complete list of sponsors can be found at:
As the host, it’s my honor and privilege to speak and often meet with many of the brightest minds in the field of sustainable fishing, and fish and water science. I try to bring my own experience and expertise to play during each interview, and my goal is to not get too detailed on any one subject since additional details can always be found on the internet. Rather, I try to keep each interview moving forward and diverse so that it’s both informative and entertaining. For more about me please visit:
www.BlueFishRadio.com is where you can access the latest shows, go back through the archives, and download MP3 files for your listening pleasure. Descriptions of each episode are provided along with helpful links.