Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

FINAL UPDATE 11/4/2013 – ANNOUNCMENT: SERVER MIGRATION STATUS WAS SUCCESSFUL

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Latest Update 11/3/2013:

The stream has successfully updated to a new location. To listen just click on the “Listen Live” Box on the top of the blog,  iTune Radio listeners can now hear the broadcast, no problem! Thank you for your patience.

Original Announcement:

This is an important announcement for all the Jazz Con Class Radio listeners! My stream hosting company is changing the streaming server to an even better one. I have no control at all of this sudden and unexpected change but everyone will be able to listen to the stream by tuning in through the website here (The “Listen Live” Box) or through any other portal of their choice. This change will take place at Midnight tonight (New York time) and will be quick and smooth except for iTune Radio listeners. All iTunes Radio listeners will have to wait a few days if they want to listen on iTunes because Apple takes longer to make these changes. I’m sorry for the inconvenience and I will keep everyone up-to-date whenever any new changes occur. Thank you for your patience!

2 Responses

  1. As of 9:30 am Monday Nov. 4 your station is not back on TuneIn as far as I can tell. I miss your great jazz, is this going to be permanent?

    Apps are great for devices, but I need the TuneIn connection to stream through Sonos to my stereo. Hopefully this will get straightened out.

    1. Hey John, how are you doing? I see what you mean, I have Sonos also. I will submit the new server IP to Tunein and hopefully it will be changed immediately. Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for the support! Jose

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