Rosalind, here. Tomorrow is the 16th anniversary of the attack on the Twin Towers in New York City. September 11, 2001 is a day that will probably be forever etched in the minds of every citizen in the United States of America. In this time when our country seems to be more divided than ever, please remember the attacks left over 2,000 people dead and nearly 6,000 others injured. The people who died that day, or were injured, were people of all gender, ethnicity, from different economic backgrounds, and represented the fabric of America. No preaching, I promise. I just ask the ReedRADIO.com community to pause sometime during your day tomorrow, and remember some horrible people attacked this grand idea that is America, that is democracy on September 11, 2001. People from all over the country came to New York to help with the search and rescue. 9/11. Never forget how the country came together that day. Never forget.
Other News from ReedRADIO.com
- Keith talked about the development of the ReedRADIO.com mobile app when the radio station first debuted. We’ve gotten a lot of feedback from our listeners about the things they want to see in the app, and we’re inspired. You especially liked the idea of being able to communicate with each other through the app, as well as the ReedRADIO.com staff. The mobile app is still expected to debut on January 15, 2018. Look for more information in the Facebook Group, or here on the website.
- Since our debut in June 2017, the website and its content has been open to all of our listeners. However, ReedRADIO.com is ultimately a membership site. The music stream will always be free to listen to, but the rest of the content will become available only to the ReedRADIO.com community beginning December 1, 2017. That includes the LIVE Hangout, the “Here’s What’s Interesting” Podcast, and the quarterly newsletter, WAX! Look for more information on our Facebook page, or click HERE to learn how to join the ReedRADIO.com community.
That’s all for now. Have a good week!