WOXY.com Online Radio Station Off The Air


Well, “The Future of Rock And Roll” WOXY.com went off the air today reported by USA Today. On the front page WOXY states that:

WOXY Listeners, Fans and Friends…

Due to current economic realities and the lack of ongoing funding for WOXY’s operations, we’ve been forced to suspend our live broadcasts as of March 23rd. We’re continuing to explore options to keep The Future of Rock and Roll alive. For business inquiries, please contact Bryan Jay (bryan@woxy.com) or John at Future Sounds (john@futuresounds.com).

Thanks for your years of dedicated support.

– MikeShivJoePaigeBrian and Bryan Jay

It’s a sad day when even the internet is not able to help support one of the most heard and listened to online radio stations.  Having been one of the first FM stations to broadcasting solely through internet radio and having supported numerous indie rock and self-released artists for years, losing a patron who supported independent music is a big loss.  Hopefully even though this economic recession is a hard hurdle to leap over, WOXY.com will be able to find a way to rise above the ashes.

Watch a documentary by Zachary Herche about the station:

Website: http://www.woxy.com
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/woxydotcom
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/woxyradio

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