Tomorrow, March 17th, will be St. Patrick’s Day! Honoring the most recognized patron saint of Ireland, we’ll turn this post green right now. 🙂
Although St. Patrick’s is an Irish celebration, over time it has become a world wide event since it is also celebrated in countries like Argentina, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, South Korea, the UK and the United States, among many others.
To fully enjoy this event, of course, we specially recommend listening to Irish music stations, for example:
Additionally, check out these tribute stations for Irish bands U2 and The Cranberries:
That’s all for now. If you still don’t have plans for tomorrow, we suggest you head to the nearest Irish pub – everyone’s Irish on March 17th. 😀
The Streema Team
Two weeks ago we participated via web conferencing in the second general assembly for RadioDNS, an initiative we’ve written about before. We’re happy to say this project will soon become a legally formed not-for-profit organization, which will enable it to provide the RadioDNS basis as well as promote the technology to device manufacturers and broadcasters.
RadioDNS is a very important project. Among other things, it aims to create a standard that will let all of us access a complete content guide for any station, which means more broadcast-related information, more feedback from listeners… eventually providing a radio experience as it should be! You can learn more in this video.
We want to specially thank Nick Piggott and James Cridland for their work on this great achievement. At Streema, we’re fully committed to give our support to this organization as well as to others who have a vision that is aligned with using technology innovation to improve the radio listening experience.
As the RadioDNS states on its website: “There’s a change happening to your radio. It’s getting more connected to the rest of the world”. We certainly want to contribute to that change. 🙂
The Streema Team