If your stations only had streaming mp3 capabilities, we wouldn't have to be in Pennsylvania to hear your show! WUNH in Durham, NH <http://www.wunh.unh.edu/> has such a setup, and broadcasts a few shows that would be right up the Looper's alley. On Monday nights from 6pm to 8 pm (Eastern time), there's The In Sound, a traditional jazz program, followed at 8 pm by The PCP House of Coffee, an hour of cutting edge avant sounds (LOOP CONTENT HERE), then at 9 pm there's Gammalyte, an hour of funk and Acid Jazz (MORE LOOP CONTENT) which leads into The Trance Lab at 10, 2 hours of LOOP-FRIENDLY electronica which often features live, in-studio performances. On Tuesday nights from 10 'til midnight you can hear Heroin in Headphones, a program devoted to space, drones and household appliances. (LOTSA LOOPS.) Saturday mornings at 9 there's Polka Party. Don't laugh; the host of the show is REALLY good and you'll find yourself absolutely enjoying a musical genre you thought held no appeal for you. Plus, the guy plays accordian in a surf band... Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4, there's Worlds of Music, two hours of world music. For a more complete schedule, go to <http://wunh.unh.edu/program.html>. Tim At 08:51 AM 6/9/01 -0400, you wrote: > EMUSIC, an electronic, ambient, and space music show, airs each >Thursda >y >a11:04 pm on WDIY 88.1 FM, Allentown and Bethlehem, PA and 93.9 FM >in >Easton, PA and Phillipsburg, NJ.