WJLE Adds Audio Streaming As A New Service To The Public

November 6, 2006
Dwayne Page

WJLE has added another dimension to our service to the public through LIVE streaming of the radio broadcast, limited to talk programs such as local newscasts, ballgames, election returns, and city council, school board, and county commission board meetings.

Dr. W.E. Vanatta, President of Center Hill Broadcasting Corporation, says \"WJLE has two slogans on our web site that helps define our purpose. (1) You tell us and we will tell thousands and (2) The voice of the Center Hill Region.\"

\"To our sponsors you tell us what you have to sell or the services you render and we literally will tell thousands. This has proven true as we often hear comments such as \"I heard it on WJLE\".

The second slogan helps define our service area.

Vanatta says,\" We have resisted offers to sell the station on numerous occasions in keeping with our desire to keep a local \"flavor\" in the services we provide such as LIVE board meetings, election returns, ball games, obituaries and local news, while at the same time not neglecting the coverage of the latest world and state news via the Tennessee Radio Network and Fox News.\"

\"In keeping with our desire to better serve our area we broadcast on AM 1480 khz and FM 101.7 khz, maintain a web page (www.WJLE.com), and now in keeping with our aim and purpose to better serve you we have added another dimension, namely limited audio streaming. To those who may not be informed, this entails putting our audio signal on the computer which affords world wide coverage. A solider in Iraq recently reported hearing the DCHS ball games via www.WJLE.com.\"

Vanatta explains, \"The streaming may be accessed by clicking the microphone icon box in the upper right corner of web page then scrolling down and clicking the other microphone icon. This activates the sound availability on your computer.\"

\"We thank our sponsors , listeners, Dwayne and loyal staff for making this possible. We also thank you our loyal listeners for making \"I heard it on WJLE a truism, that is often heard......Keep listening!\"

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