Friday, March 27, 2009

Want to host a show?

It is not as hard as it sounds now a days. With the advent of modern computers and the internet it is easy to record remotely and send your show either in one unit or in segments to be broadcast. You need a good microphone, a computer with at least a gig extra space, an internet connection and a decent sound card. That is about it.

If you have always wanted to have your own radio show now is a great time to get it off the ground. Just contact Ricefield Radio from our website.

We have a few simple rules that we must follow.

-You have to commit to a set amount of airtime per week and you must have the files in to us in advance.

-The program must be in English and relate to North OR Northeastern Thailand and follow Thai broadcasting rules and regulations.

-The show must not be politically lop sided, but you can have a view.

-You can not defame anyone or use the station as your soapbox and you are responsible legally for the content.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in contact us with your idea, your time requirement and we will take it from there. It may be worth noting that a talk show will take many more hours to prepare than the airtime shows.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

AMARC



Ricefield Radio has been accepted as a Voting Member of AMARC. Other voting members are Federation Community Radio In Thailand, Mass Communication department Ramkhamhang University, Open Forum for Democracy Foundation and Voice of Community Project in Chiang Mai.


Ricefield Radio is the only Internet based community radio station with AMARC membership in Thailand.

We broadcast Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1:30pm Thai Time in English.

RFR:Ricefield Radio the English language voice of the North and Northeast.

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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Never Underestimate The Wonder of Radio


Never Underestimate The Wonder of Radio


Ricefield Radio is a non commercial community radio station. We have selected local advertising that goes to the costs associated with in this type of operation.
We play the best of Creative Commons content in a variety of styles from around the world but we concentrate on music from North America, England and the EU. We hope that you enjoy it. We do.

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