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David E. Jones, discoverer of the 5th Element of Fire Announces New 'Live' International Science Radio Show Called 'Galaxy of Science'
Now the many wonderful "unknown" home brew amateur American scientist and dedicated science hobbyist get their own radio "soap box" with their own new radio show, "Galaxy of Science" heard "Live" on the TalkStar Radio Network, International Satellite Radio, and many other independent radio stations across the USA like KCAA AM radio located near Hollywood California which created the Galaxy of Science radio show a few months ago.
October 28, 2005 -- David E. Jones, (D.E.J.) a freelance scientist and inventor, honored with several US patents, discoverer of the 5th Element of Fire and the creator of many life saving devices is still relatively unknown. But now D.E.J. has a new sideline hosting a revolutionary new science radio show called "Galaxy of Science". The "Galaxy of Science" radio show was recently created by KCAA RADIO 1050 AM in Loma Linda, California USA last spring.
Now "Galaxy of Science" has quickly expanded in the independent radio media market and is now carried by the independent, TalkStar Radio Network, the same network that produces the very informative Chuck Harder Show. D.E.J. has a line up of many well known science Icons to be on his show like televisions very popular science teacher "Mr.Wizard" to interview "Live" on his radio show. "Galaxy of Science" airs "live" each Saturday at 2:00 PM Eastern Time on many radio stations, International satellite radio, and on the Internet. But, being true to the cause, D.E.J. also interviews many unknown American inventors, scientists and thinkers who are left out of science research.
David proclaims the politics of all of the many government and industrial science research centers totally discriminates against people who are very good and creative at their science hobbies, people who are indeed very qualified in natural ability to participate in science research but are not able to get a job working in those science related jobs because they do not have the so called official credentials, an academic degree. D.E.J. calls this the "Inbreeding of the scientific mind pool".
"It's much like inbreeding of a species" D.E.J. said. "In nature, inbreeding of the genetic material can cause, in time, many abnormalities and weaknesses in the offspring of that practice".
The same is true with our curent job hiring practices in the science arena, says D.E.J., when we use only people who have gone to a certain school of thought, called the universities, and have studied the politically "accepted" theories, and have closed the doors completely on people who either have not been "brainwashed" with the current scientific dogma or discriminate against those who have academic credentials but publicly criticize the current scientific explanations and theories.
"Science is truly like a religion and is full of faith, excepted reasonings, explaining things we cannot see having certain ideas and explanations for phenomenon that cannot be proven." D.E.J. says there are too many wonderful minds being wasted that are badly needed to solve the many problems science has to overcome today.
D.E.J. says he is all for College education of course but science needs also the balance of the free thinkers who may have not obtained their academic standing. We need "both" involved with science and research, says D.E.J. What do Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, The Wright Brothers, George Eastman, Henry Ford, Bill Gates, Paul Allen, and many other great contributors in science advancement have in common? You might have guessed it. None of them had an academic degree. These great minds and science shakers of the 20th century had natural God given talents they used in a world that, "then", had the sense enough to allow them to easily participate in the science fields without the criticism "now popular" against people who do not have an academic degree."
Scientific Jobs should be given to the people who have real abilities to do the tasks required for the job". Both the skilled hobbyist and the academically achieved need to work in tandem to visualize the scientific problems from the different angles of thought to achieve a balanced theory. It is the ability to do the tasks that should define if a person is qualified to do the job that really counts in the end, say's D.E.J. What do they give the very rare person who breaks through this discrimative practice and barrier who becomes world famous? says D.E.J. An "honorary academic degree" yes, they give that person a degree without the person having to attend college. Now, they agree to honor and recognize that person for their God given, natural talent. See more at: www.outoftheboxscience.com
The Bermuda Triangle is not the only zone of mystery on the Earth. The Great Lakes Triangle in the heartland of North America have an even higher concentration of unexplainable ship disappearances, invisible walls that have sheared wings off planes, ghost ship sightings, lake monsters than anywhere else in the world! It is from the heart of this zone of mystery on the shores of Lake Ontario, in the City of Hamilton, Ontario that Rob McConnell, the host and executive producer of the TalkStar Radio Network hit late night talk radio show, The 'X' Zone Show - www.xzone-radio.com - entertains, informs and enlightens listeners around the world.
Monday through Friday from 10 PM until 2 AM local time, McConnell hosts and produces the show from a home studio in his Hamilton Mountain home. Using the latest technology, the program is sent to the TalkStar Radio Network master control and satellite up-link facility in White Springs, Florida and beamed to the Galaxy 4R satellite which is in a stationary orbit 22,000 miles in space and then distributed to the family of TalkStar Radio Network affiliates in Canada and the US.
Any phenomena radio show you have heard up till now has just been a warm up for the real thing and with the "X" Zone we have it on TalkStar Radio Network, boasts Victor Ives, the founder of the US based TalkStar Radio Network. Rob McConnell is a consummate broadcaster and perfectly cast as the host / executive producer of what we are predicting will be a 'break out" show. We are getting a response World Wide!
The 'X' Zone Radio Show has also gained the reputation of being the only Canadian Talk Show to be syndicated internationally.
The 'X' Zone is repeated in its entirety from 2 AM - 6 AM to accommodate west coast affiliates.
The 'X' Zone is also streamed live on the internet from the TalkStar Radio NetworkT website -- www.talkstarradio.com as well as the UK based Pioneer Radio Internet Network.
Whether discussing alien abductions, the dangers of aspartame or the JFK assassination, McConnell takes his listeners through a magical mystery tour nightly bringing new listeners from all over the world into The 'X' Zone.
Throughout the show, McConnell proudly tells his listeners that, -- The 'X' Zone is being broadcast from our studio in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada -- right in the middle of the Great Lakes Triangle, -- playing bumpers by Canadian artists like Anne Murray, Gordon Lightfoot, Chilliwack, Glass Tiger, just to name a few.
However, life is not just about UFOs, witches, ancient mysteries and such! Listeners to The 'X' Zone will also hear William Shatner's rendition of "I am a Canadian," or a telephone psychic being the target of a telephone prank by a radio station, as well as old time radio favorites including "War of the Worlds" and the "Adventure from Planet X."
Rob guest list is truly the "Who's Who" from the international world of the paranormal, parapsychology and established sciences. From Dr. Seth Shostak the Senior Astronomer at SETI (the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence), Erik Von Daniken (author of "Chariots of the Gods?"), Dr. Brian O'Leary (NASA Astronaut, scientist, researcher and author), Dr. Claude Swanson (former physicist turned paranormal scientist), Dr. Albert Taylor (for engineer who worked on the ultra secret U2 project, US Space Station design and President Regan -- "Star Wars" system), Scott Adams (creator of "Dilbert" and author), Sam Reid (Canadian musician and keyboard player of Glass Tiger), to Dr. Louis Turi (internationally acclaimed astropsychologist), Dr. Evelyn Paglini (psychic used by law enforcement agencies) and Michael Cremo (author of Forbidden Archaeology and Human Devolution).
Dare to believe and Dare to be heard on The 'X' Zone Radio Show.
White Springs Teleport Services provides Video Feeds for Tarver Jones Pre-Fight Events
Portland, OR - September 29, 2005 -- White Springs Teleport Services, LLC, a subsidary of White Springs Media, INC, was responsible for providing Satellite Teleport Services for both Live and On-Demand coverage of events related to the Roy Jones Jr. vs. Antonio Tarver 3 fight.
The video feeds were globally accessible by virtue of the company's Teleport in Titusville, FL; the program was exclusively distributed via satellite to Consolidated Streaming and Wi-Fi TV, companies that offer consumer's high speed internet streaming of over 200 live TV channels.
The events associated with the highly anticipated fight, which was a virtual sell-out, were presented live. Additionally they have been archived at the website for later viewing. Links:
Roy Jones Jr. and Antonio Tarver - Press Conference Highlights
Besides the general public, members of the sporting press viewed the telecasts and reported widely on them to their readers and viewers.
White Springs Teleport Services is pleased to have been the exclusive internet link of these sporting events.
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WHITE SPRINGS MEDIA announces a NEW FTA (Free To Air) Satellite TV Channel with Commercial Free Movies!
Portland, Oregon - Free to air satellite systems are designed to receive "in the clear" (unscrambled) digital TV signals direct from space by owners of small satellite dishes and receivers. White Springs Media spokesperson, Victor Ives, says, "At the present time, there are dozens of stations telecasting direct from space providing news, sports, networks, special interest programming, ethnic channels and foreign language channels that are available without a subscription. The selection is also constantly changing, with new channels coming online and some old ones going offline or changing their broadcast schemes".
The newest free to air service, direct from space, to the USA, Canada, Mexico and much of South America, is StarTV Network. The channel was created by the originators of TalkStar Radio Network, which is also operated by White Springs Media.
Movies without Commercial Interruption from SPACE
What's unique about this new channel is that it will present several movies each day with no commercial interruption. However, the channel will have commercials that will run between movies, previews, cartoons, interactive contests and entertainment features.
The daytime schedule will include Travel, Cooking, "How To" Shows and Life Style Programs.
Introduction to FTA
The concept of receiving Free-to-Air satellite signals dates back to the inception of satellite broadcasts in the mid 1970's and 1980's when large C/Ku Band satellite systems were a popular way of tapping into hundreds of available channels from the sky. An estimated three to five million big dish viewers in the USA and Canada got their TV this way. The downside to this system was the extremely large dish sizes and expensive equipment. Both these costs made satellite systems prohibitive for many people. Over the years, increasingly powerful commercial satellites and improvements in technology have brought prices and dish sizes down quite dramatically.
The mid 1990's saw the introduction of digital direct to home technology, which for the first time allowed main stream users to access a wide variety of channels not available via their local cable company, while enjoying incredible picture and sound quality. All or this is delivered via a far smaller dish. The small dish revolution caused the virtual extinction of the large dish industry.
The last several years have seen most broadcasters switch their broadcasts to digital, which allowed broadcasts to be compressed, allowing more channels per satellite transponder and also a superior picture and sound quality. Also, a common digital standard known as MPEG2-DVB has been adopted by many broadcasters, which allows all Free-to-Air satellite channels that use the DVB (Digital Video Broadcast) standard to be received from one satellite decoder.
Over the years, the Free-to-Air market has begun to see a significant comeback, primarily due to an abundance of programming not available anywhere else---such as international and foreign language channels as well as improved picture and sound quality. One industry source estimates that 45,000 small dish and receiver set-ups are sold each month. There is one user group, with over 130,000 member’s, using the internet to chat about the technology. (See www.digitalinsurrection.com)
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Broadcast vet likes the signals he sees from satellite radio!
The Business Journal of Portland - August 8, 2005 - His black hair is speckled with gray now and he's added a few pounds, but Victor Ives still reminds you of the Dracula-like character he played on local cult hit "Sinister Cinema" in the 1970s.
"I get recognized often, especially when I wear black," says Ives, a broadcast veteran who has spent time both behind the mike and as a manager of radio stations across the country.
Ives has a long history in broadcasting. He created "The Golden Age of Radio," an original vintage radio retrospective once heard on more than 300 stations. He also co-founded local Channel 32, which eventually affiliated with the Warner Bros. Network.
But it's what lies ahead that really excites him: his venture into satellite-delivered radio programming.
His startup company, White Springs Media, offers content and delivery to radio stations across the country via a satellite uplink, or teleport. The company's target market is the 4,000 small to medium-size stations that aren't owned by major conglomerates such as Clear Channel.
Smaller stations need programming in the wake of deregulation, which has led to consolidation and less competition, Ives says. Only a handful of parent companies now control programming.
"Deregulation has taken a lot of options from stations. It has killed innovation," says Ives, a Lake Oswego resident.
The company sends its programming 25,000 miles into space to a couple of different satellites. As it is beamed back to earth, any station with a receiver can get it. Individual listeners can stream programs from the company's Web site.
White Springs is based in White Springs, Fla., primarily because that's where the Federal Communications Commissioned granted a previous incarnation of the company a license to transmit unlimited channels of audio, video and data in 1991.
A small group of investors led by Ives purchased the company in 2003. Of the fewer than 20 similar stations across the country, White Springs may be the only one privately owned, Ives says. The proliferation of cell phone towers and other terrestrial transmitters means few, if any, similar facilities will be granted licenses in the future.
Popular shows, which are marketed under the Talkstar Radio Network, include Dr. Gabe Mirkin and Rob McConnell's "X" Zone. (McConnell is the Canadian version of Art Bell, Ives says).
Most of the broadcasters are independent contractors who license their shows to Talkstar. Wider distribution means more money for both the company and its on-air talent.
Stations generally buy programming by giving Talkstar ad time, which the company then repackages and sells. Stations can pick and choose specific programs or buy the entire package.
So far, Talkstar distributes programs to 65 stations in the United States and Canada. It needs a "critical mass" of about 250 to be profitable, Ives says.
Already, stations in Orlando, Fla.; Nashville, Tenn.; and Columbia, Mo., carry virtually everything Talkstar distributes. The company isn't on the air in Portland, though some programs originate from here.
As the company grows, it plans to launch American Health Talk Network, and Southern Gospel and Classical Music Network on a 24/7 basis to affiliates. TV also factors prominently in the future.
The business plan is based around providing reliable programming to local radio stations, but if a breakout hit arises, "we can throw away the business plan. We'll make a ton of money," Ives says.
"There's really only six or seven guys around the country right now deciding who's on the radio," he says. "There's a lot of talent out there that hasn't been able to find its way on the air. It creates a tremendous opportunity for us."
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TravelTalkRADIO begins distribution of program via satellite uplink beginning May 29, 2005.
May 24, 2005 - San Diego, CA -- CelestiaLINK LLC, parent company of TravelTalkNEWS, TravelTalkRADIO, and TravelTalkTV, announced this week a new delivery channel based in Florida will be distributing their content. The delivery system feeds TravelTalkRADIO programming to conventional radio stations anywhere in the Western Hemisphere via satellite. The new broadcast begins Sunday May 28, 2005 from noon to 2pm Eastern Time.
"We are excited to work with our new distribution alliance, Florida based TalkStar Radio", said Sandy Dhuyvetter, executive producer and host of TravelTalkRADIO. "We have been talking with these folks for some time and in the course of discussions we have been impressed that they really do have their act together. We are pleased to move ahead with our plans to build TravelTalkRADIO to be the premiere educational and news programming for travel. We believe TalkStar Radio has the train tracks we need to get our rail cars, full of content, to our audiences".
Victor Ives, President of TalkStar Radio said, "We have been in pursuit of Sandy's show since the first week we took to the air last September. "Travel Talk Radio Show" is not only interesting and informative for the listener it is the MOST inclusive show of it's type I have ever heard. We are excited to know that besides reaching Mr. and Mrs. Traveler, we have a show which is listened to and respected by travel industry leaders. Sandy brings to the show the 'movers' and 'shakers' that make the travel world 'go round'. Talk about a value added audience? No wonder we are pleased to bring this show to our affiliates!
We are making the show available
from company owned Satellite Earth Station in Florida via
two different satellite transponders (C-Band and KU Band) and via
audio streaming world wide. The TalkStar Radio Network has
affiliates across America as well as stations in Canada and the
Virgin Islands. Any station that needs a satellite dish and receiver
to get "Travel Talk Radio" will be provided one free by the network.
The first show will have guests that have been regulars on TravelTalkRADIO, Thomas Steinmetz from eTurboNews, Bonnie Lee, the programs resident Travel Agent and Mike Mendoza, host of Through The Night Show on talkSPORT Radio broadcasting from England, will come on board to kick off the new programming. for the adventure traveler, Sandy will touch base with Daniel Chavez, from Sports Empire, who will be reporting live from the Indy 500. Sam Nhairy from Hospitality Marketing Services offers something for almost everyone, including group trips throughout the United States for schools, family reunions, and more. Trips to Morocco are one of Sam's specialties and in fact Sandy and program director, husband Patrick were in Morocco with Sam last month. Special guest and good friend Reint Reinders the President and CEO of the San Diego Conventions and Visitors Bureau will also be on hand to talk about May being Tourism Month and why that is important even if you are not planning a trip.
The live format will offer callers from all over the world, a chance to talk to Sandy throughout the two-hour program. The program is also streamed on the Web and continues to be available as an archive 24/7 after the program. If interested radio stations do not have C-Band or KU ad Transponders, TalkStar Radio will send free of charge a dish and receiver by Fed Ex.
Depleted Uranium: Cause and Effect 4 Hour Special on The 'X' Zone Radio Show and TalkStar Radio Network
Monday, March 21, 2005 - Hamilton, Ontario - On Thursday evening, March 24 at 10 PM, Rob McConnell, host and executive producer of the TalkStar Radio Network's "The 'X' Zone Radio Show" will be dedicating his 4 hour show to the horrors and world-wide effect of Depleted Uranium.
show, The 'X' Zone, which is produced from his studio in Hamilton, Ontario
and syndicated internationally by the US-based TalkStar Radio Network,
beams around the world on two satellites (Galaxy 4R and AMC-4) and the
Internet via audio streaming (http://www.talkstarradio.com)Monday through
Friday from 10 PM - 2 AM Eastern.