...iHeartRadio has chosen KCSN to be a Featured Station on their platform beginning June 1st.
We keep doing everything we can to improve the signal. Now take the KCSN Listener Survey at www.kcsn.org
. Let us know what you want to hear! As you know, I respect the passion of Radio-info members and pay attention.
Has anyone else noticed the very tinny-like, sound quality when streaming on iHeart? Comparing the KCSN stream on iHeart vs. directly via KCSN.org is like comparing the sound quality between a transistor radio and a fully equipped home sound system. I have tried to stream KCSN on iHeart using different browsers as well (IE9 & Chrome) but the effect is the same.
Regarding signal, happy to hear of the efforts in place, but as I am in Long Beach, I imagine that none of them will impact in-car reception here in this part of the county. I have noticed a very clear signal in West LA, which I presume is due to a booster located, I believe, near the Museum of Tolerance on Pico.
Programming idea - Sky, any chance that KCSN will launch a countdown show of the current top hits in AAA, similar to Spectrum on SiriusXM's weekly "Baker's Dozen" show? Here is their chart from this past week, as posted on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/SiriusXMTheSpectrum]:
Baker's Dozen [6/2/12] - by SiriusXM The Spectrum on Monday, June 4, 2012:
1 Jack White Love Interruption
2 The Lumineers Ho Hey
3 David Gray Money (Thats What I Want)
4 Electric Guest This Head That I Hold
5 ZZ Ward Put The Gun Down
6 Blind Pilot Half Moon
7 Keane Silenced By The Night
8 Brandi Carlile That Wasnt Me
9 Neil Young & Crazy Horse Oh Susannah
10 Alabama Shakes Hold On
11 Counting Crows Untitled (Love Song)
12 Glen Hansard Love Dont Leave Me Waiting
13 Emeli Sande Next To Me
I have heard only some of these on KCSN - not the David Gray, Electric Guest, Blind Pilot, Neil Young & Crazy Horse (other tracks but not Oh Susannah), Alabama Shakes (heard I Found You but not Hold On), or Glen Hansard.