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From: Mickey Quenzer <mickeyq@integrityol.com>
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 1998 09:45:31 -0400
Message-Id: <3.0.5.32.19981010094531.00875100@206.191.137.7>
To: w3c-wai-au@w3.org
Hello:  This is Mickey Quenzer.

First of all, let me apologize for my lack of involvment in the group.

With the testing for PWWebspeak and having a grand daughter, I've been
pretty busy.

I saw this message, and thaught that it might interest some of you.

It would be good if we could help these people make their site accessable.
I
'd like to help them, but don't know how to begin.

******* MQ *******
 

>Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 21:10:47 -0400
>From: Pam (Listener Services) <pam@radiomoi.com>
>To: mickeyq@integrityol.com
>Reply-To: Pam (Listener Services) <pam@radiomoi.com>
>Subject: RadioMoi News
>
>RadioMoi Listener:
>
>Although RadioMoi has been "On the air" for over 9 months now, this is 
>the first time we have emailed all our listeners.  This is part of our 
>effort to keep you informed of the exciting changes that are moving 
>RadioMoi and the Internet as a music source, to a new level of selection, 
>fun, and interactivity!  If you haven't visited www.radiomoi.com for a 
>while, now is a good time to take a fresh look!
>
>RadioMoi is in the midst of some very exciting changes.  We are about 
>to make an entirely new listener interface available for beta-testing.  
>This interface will not only offer you more functionality, but will be 
>easier to use and understand.  If you want to be part of our beta crew, 
>just send an email to ian@musicmusicmusic.com.
>
>We have concluded or are in the final stages of signing "interactivity" 
>agreements with 13 great small labels, and are very close to signing at 
>least as many more.  These deals will expand our interactive catalog by 
>well over 100%, to say nothing of making it easier for us to conclude 
>deals with even more labels.  Believe it, pick'n'play is coming back in 
>a big way!
>
>Record companies with signed "interactivity" contracts:
>	Ultra			(Dance)
>	Moonshine		(More Dance)
>	World Domination	(Even More Dance)
>	Epitaph			(Punk & Hardcore Alternative re-releases)
>	Hearts of Space		(The BEST Ambient label in the world!)
>	DPH			(Country, New Country)
>	Tuff Gong		(Reggae, The Bob Marley Family label)
>	Empire State		(House, Dub, Dance)
>	Swerve			(Rap, HipHop)
>	Sunburn			(Electronica, Extreme Dance, Rave)
>	Del-Fi			(Classic Surf, Hot-rod, & Doo-wop!)
>	Bomb Records		(Great early Punk, & straight-ahead pop music!)
>	Other People's Music	(More great re-released Punk, & pop music!)
>
>These forward-thinking labels should be congratulated for their vision 
>and independence!  We are also very excited about our negotiations with 
>many more INCREDIBLE companies.  So as not to jeopardize these negotiations, 
>we can't name these labels right now.  Keep an eye on the site for more 
>information!
>
>________________________
>This informational email is being sent to all RadioMoi listeners.  
>Receipt of periodic emails of this kind is now a condition of your 
>listener agreement.  If you are not a listener, or just wish to be 
>removed from this mailing list, please contact our Listener Services 
>representative (pam@radiomoi.com) and we will disable your listener 
>account.
>
>
Received on Saturday, 10 October 1998 10:47:03 UTC

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