Internet Radio Interviews swith Don Alias

The Future of Internet Radio
This video montage of 1musicnetwork personnel highlights the benefits of internet radio in 2012 and compares this growing excitement with 20th century terrestrial radio.
1musicnetwork .. The New School of Internet Radio
1musicnetwork Founder and Owner Don Alias explains how internet radio in the car is coming soon and how his new network is on the cutting edge of technology in 2012.
Alex Cosper Interviews Don Alias
Don Alias talks about his radio career leading up to the development on He is the son of a jazz musician who has toured with Miles Davis, David Sanborn and Joni Mitchell. As a radio programmer Alias was instrumental in helping several artists get label deals: He gave early airplay to Dave Matthews Band and Alicia Keys.
Akil's Search for Positive Neo-Soul
Akil talks about 1musicnetwork's approach to internet radio and how it offers more variety than traditional mainstream corporate radio.
Alex Cosper Interviews Akil
Akil hosts a show on V101.1 Sacramento called The Homegrown Soul Show, which includes local urban artists from Sacramento. He talks about how he listens for positive lyrics and strong production.
Alex Cosper Interviews Autumn Larrick
Autumn Larrick talks about her background finding alternative rock music. She was the host of KWOD's "Sound of Sacramento" show from 1997 to 2003.
From Radio HIts to Internet Niches
Rex McNeill talks about elements of internet radio that make it different from corporate radio. Instead of focusing on big slices of the audience pie, internet radio provides more depth by going for thinner slices.
Rex McNeill: Internet Radio 2012
"Tee Rex" McNeill talks about his transition from radio to internet radio. He explains one of the differences is that internet radio has become more personality-driven.
Alex Cosper Interviews Rex McNeill 2012
Rex McNeill recalls his radio career working in Sacramento and San Francisco. After developing at KWOD in the late 80s, Rex moved on to on air work at X100 and KFRC in San Francisco as well as KHYL in Auburn.