Happy Holidays for all of Us

It’s the end of the year, a time for reflection, wishes and projections. But before we get into that, we would like to talk about “us” as a whole: people who listen to radio, people who express their ideas, people who develop features, people who report bugs, people who fix them… there are many of us and today we want to talk about us all.

YOU are the most important part of all this. Every day on Streema, you listen to thousands of stations, write comments on the station’s profile walls, send us loads of suggestions via the contact form and Facebook application, and even tweet about Streema!  Without you nothing would make sense.

WE have been developing this project since 2007 and we’re pretty happy to say it’s been a great journey. Streema has been a big part of our lives with lots of successes and failures. We’re still a small team (that’s why more than once we ask you to be patient with us) but the four of us are as committed as ever to make Streema a success.

Streema Team, from left to right: Juan, Martín, JC and Ricky.

WE are Streema and YOU are Streema. So, to all of the Streema fans out there: THANK YOU for being part of our journey. We wish you a great holiday season!

Stay tuned!

The Streema Team

PS: We’ve got a little surprise for you in the works, but you’ll need to wait till early 2011 to find out. 😉

It’s Never Too Late To Help

This blog post is not about radio stations, media players, nor music – it’s concerning a more delicate topic since millions of lives were affected.

It’s been over two weeks since the earthquake hit Haiti, one of the poorest countries on the planet, and as we all know, the country has been devastated.

Even though many people have already given support, it’s also true that many haven’t.  For those who haven’t – and for those that want to help again – we thought we would show you some options for helping.  This is obviously not an exhaustive list, but it’s a good place to start!

Donations:

Screen the movie “The Road to Fondwa” at your school, church, business, etc. and raise fundshttp://fondwa.org/screenings/plan-a-haiti-fundraiser-screening/

And last but not least, spread the word! Copy the list above and share it via email, Facebook or Twitter.

Newspapers, TV stations, radio stations and even bloggers may be talking about the Haiti situation less now than a few weeks ago, but there is still a lot of people that are in need – and it’s Never Too Late To Help!  🙂

Stay tuned,

The Streema Team

PS: If you know additional ways to help, please do share them with us here.