The none transperancy is not limited to Spreaker.com . Livestream.com isn't as open as they could be either. Their tag should be, mostly for TV not just audio/radio. Although we get ours over it, with just a screen shot. With our audio rolling under that photo. Trouble is I have to make one each time. Or have the image on file to do a desktop image. Now with Livestream.com I have 10 channels aimed at a different or target listener. Second, and someday when I can round up the $2,500.00 to be a paid Pro client of Livestream that'll be kuel, but to date I haven't paid(although I gave them my credit card info and yet they haven't dinged me yet, I think my overage fee is at $10.00) but I do my shows there free. I get 3 hours or so, I get my shows out, and yet have time to run my personal business's like going towing, flying, and of course bikes and truck fix it up shop. Now then, Spreaker feeds direct to SoundCloud.com, as well to YouTube which I stopped since YouTube hates any kind of copywritten music placed there. They don't understand a radio station on the terrestrial airwaves has to pay big fees to air music. Yet YouTube doesn't understand that and can't or wont show up here to our studios so I could show documents proving what I just said. I'd send that over on email or something but cyber thieves are all over the place. I just don't dare. I did that once with my pilots license and got in a heap of a mess with identity theft. Not doing that again. However it's not IoT things either. There's that stuff called Flex Seal, there ought to be a disclaimer that reads that it doesn't work on things automotive since gas and diesel turns the stuff into a runny goo. While there's many things, myself and the Knytes do. The major one I or the Club wont do is lie, or mislead. Too bad other organizations and other companies don't do the same, but there is that wonderful thing called the Federal Trade Commission. The Knytes through the FTC, made two companies now tell the truth. J.G. Wentworth the buy your annuity and give you a lump sum company, now they say at the end of their ads, must meet eligibilty(sorry having troubles spelling this morning) requirements. The other one is that outfit called Free Credit Report. We got it to where they had to run a disclaimer saying it wasn't free. Look I don't mean to be mean or to insult here, I just want the truth to be told. Another example: Facebook. I'll get a alert that says, " A person has liked one of our groups" Click on it, and it doesn't tell you who liked it so you can say thank you. Nope, you get your page or group pop up, but all it is , is a come on to get you to put out more money for an ad. Which in the case of Facebook is false. I see promptings all the time saying reach 160,000 people in Evanston Wyoming with an ad. Really? Evanston Wyoming is lucky and the number is dwindling , but Evanston Wyoming only has 13,000 people in it, and if you took in Randolph Utah, Cokeville, and so on you might and I say might hit 25,000 people, not no 160,000 . Last but certainly not least, when I post something in this blog or elsewhere, I always send the company or person I'm howling about directly to them. I will not hide my opinions.
It's just that simple. Anyway have inspection on the Wolf's Lair today and I need to clean it up a bit and squeeze in some shut eye time, so catch ya'll on our Cyber radio somewhere tonight and on the air over the air on KDXD AM 1240 the old KEVA of Evanston Wyoming.