- located on Beechwood Road in Rose City – Open Friday – Monday or by
appointment. Pick up our wine at some of these outlets. Brew Krew in East
Tawas, Kocher’s Market in Hale and Rose City Meat and Deli or at the store.
Stop in for a wine tasting today. Check us out on the web at www.rosevalleywinery.net
or call 989-685-9399. Visit the Carroll
Broadcasting Taste of NE MI page here!
Egg Hunt & Doggie Easter Parade, Oscoda, April 19th
- Saturday at 2PM at the Grace Community Evangelical Presbyterian Church
(next to the Robert J. Barks library) Kids' bring your own baskets, prizes
for the best dressed pup, judging three different age categories, door
prizes and refreshments. Rain or shine, call 739-3424.
Egg Hunt, Tawas HS, April 19th
- This event will be held at the Tawas Area High School practice field
starting at 9AM. Three bikes to be given away and over 1,000 other
prizes. Sponsored by the Tawas Area Lions along with local sponsors.
of Turin Presentation, Standish, April 16th
- Hospice Angelic Care's Champlain, Br. Mike Whitman will give a
presentation on the mystery surround the Shroud of Turin at 1PM at the Seeds
for the Soul located at 104 Cedar Street in Standish. A reservation is
required for planning purposes, please call 362-6600 or visit
www.hospiceangeliccare.com for more information.
Dance, Alpena, April 19th
- at St. Paul Lutheran Church from 7 - 10PM. Contra basics for new
dancers and warm up for experienced dancers 7 - 8PM, beginners welcome, all
dances taught. Welcome to bring a snack to share at the break. $5
admission and students free with ID. For more information, please
event: fax to 989-362-4544 or mail to P.O. Box 549 Tawas City, MI
48764. Call for email address.
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I stumbled on your station to listen to Mark Levin's stream...LOVE how you
oldies during the breaks...suddenly I'm a fan and added you to my favorites
Thank you for what you do !
A new fan,
Pat C. - Havertown, PA
Love listening on the web site to the oldies Gary Luyben plays and the
trivia questions he brings to his radio broadcast every Wednesday and Sunday
afternoons on WIOS. Gary K. - Shelby Twp., MI
...until the early 1970's
my parents and grandparents owned homes north of Tawas up near AuSable
Point. Now 60 years old and blind, I stream your radio station through
Ross D. - Augusta, ME
...the first time I
caught Laura's (Ingraham) show, I also discovered that I love the music that
you have as well -
so I have ended up listening in even more frequently!
Terry - Grand Rapids, MI
I just recently discovered your station and I love the music...
Bob D. - Lansing, MI
...the music is
outstanding! I wish there were more stations that carried this great
music! Please keep playing these great tunes!
Gary V. - AZ
station-love YOUR music!
Craig H. - St. Louis, MO
I heard your station
while vacationing at Tawas State Park...What beautiful Music! I
wish we had a station like yours at home... Roy A. - Lake of the Ozarks, MO
and really enjoy listening to you all day now too. Please don't ever
change! Arthur & Marlene R. - Tawas City, MI
...I've heard some
songs that bring back a ton of memories, as well as a great selection of
offerings that I never paid attention to before, but they sound
Beatty L. - St. Louis, MO
In the years 1959 - 1961 ...WIOS...was
the best thing I recall about school at that time. Glad to see it is still
there and will be listening to it this summer when we have our 50th reunion.
George B. - MI
Terrestrial radio is still the clear, top choice for music
Despite unbridled new
digital competition, radio remains the dominant way Americans consume music,
according to a new poll conducted by 60 Minutes and Vanity. It found
that half of Americans (49%) say they listen to music most often on the
radio, more than every other method combined! Digital music services
like Spotify and Pandora came in as a distant second choice (17%), slightly
edging out iPhones, iPods or other mp3 players (15%).
a radio industry leader in online radio streaming, shows in their latest
data that internet radio listening is up!
We've noticed, too, on our media encoder server that you're listening to
online more than ever! Thanks for your ear!
You can also download the
TuneIn Radio App (the
industry's most popular online streaming app!) and listen anywhere there's a network connection!
Note: When using TuneIn Radio in the Car
Mode, ask the Voice Search to "Listen to Adult Standards" in order to find
WIOS. There are other references to "WIOS" in the app that don't connect
to our webstream,
and asking for "The Bay's Best" will bring up some other funky music
station. So asking for "adult Standards" will take you directly to
WIOS 1480 AM!
The Original Radio App from 1956!
Wi-Fi Radio Users can now
program their internet radios for WIOS!
(Just in case the Reciva.com database
doesn't populate your Wi-Fi radio set)
(This is a universal mp3 stream)
into the "Tune In URL" setup of
the receiver through your Wi-Fi radio's computer software and then listen to WIOS anywhere
there is a wired or wireless internet connection!*
*Most Wi-Fi radio sets
are portable AND behave like tabletop units as well. They work wherever
there is a public, wireless Wi-Fi connection or can be connected with an
Ethernet cable into a router, switch or hub. You'll receive a static-free,
buzz-free audio signal in total high fidelity on a Wi-Fi radio set, just
like you do on your PC! (A high-speed internet connection is needed to
minimize buffering. A 1Mbps minimum download connection is recommended.
1000 kbps down is
probably the absolute slowest connection to listen to most online radio
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Explorer at the top of the page is caused by the the "Now Playing" text in the "On Air" box. Allow it to invoke, or
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Streaming Technical: The audio stream is broadcast in
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signal that is broadcast over the air (audio processing included). If you have
an exceptionally good AM receiver with full 10kHz IF bandwidth, you will
experience a hi-fidelity frequency response closely approximating that of the
streaming service. WIOS's music is digitally "cleaned" and equalized to provide
removal of most analog noise, clicks and pops along with crisper highs and
deeper lows on older recordings where that range had been previously restricted.
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