There’s this thing that happens when your not yet real business activities (hobbies sounds so without promise) become more popular than your business, which is fine by me. My Radio Oh la la podcast has ended up on the front page of iTunes in the Podcasts section.
Business wise, owning a webradio (Radio Oh la la is also a webradio) is relatively simple, but the nasty battle webcasters in the US are fighting where the price of royalties will quadruple could get authorities in Europe thinking they can pull the same stunt here.
Subscribe to the RadioÂ OhÂ laÂ la podcast at Feedburner or using iTunes.
Tune in to Radio Oh La La and you’ll hear French-language music from the 50s, 60s and 70s, with a few excursions into chanson and pop music. As well, you can hear many non-francophone artists singing in French, many different versions of classics, some covers, film music and franco oddities.