Tinsel & Tunes Updates

New for 2012 on Christmas Day

This year, we’re presenting something brand new. Starting at 4am (EST) Christmas Day, we will play our signature mix of Christmas music with virtually no station announcements. Get up Christmas morning and open gifts to your favorite Tinsel and Tunes songs with very limited interruption! ¬†As always, our Christmas music is completely commercial free. Our limited interruption presentation will end at 2pm EST.

Encore Presentation of Christmas Cocktails

By popular demand, we will host a special encore presentation of Christmas Cocktails starting at 9pm EST Christmas night, just in time for you to break out the shaker and martini glasses! Rock around the Christmas tree with our funky-fresh vibe of holiday favorites remixed and amp’d up for your Christmas party. 9pm – 2am EST.

Listen to Tinsel and Tunes on your smart phone

Tinsel and Tunes free Christmas music

This year, we have introduced several new ways to enjoy Tinsel and Tunes. Through a streaming partnership with Tune In, you will be able to take the free Christmas music of Tinsel and Tunes wherever you go, on virtually any device. Download the Tune In app, search for Tinsel and Tunes, then add us as one of your favorite stations. Through Tune In, you’ll be able to download the songs you love via iTunes and stay on top of our play lists.

Tinsel and Tunes App

Many requests have come in for the return of our very own Tinsel and Tunes app. We will have a brand new app ready to go sometime in November. The app will be iPhone and iPad ready. As always, you can download a selection of other streaming apps from your smartphone’s app store. Then just click the “Mobile Stream” option under the “Listen” link in our navigation bar. Tinsel and Tunes will stream via any application that supports AAC+ and mp3PRO streams. This excludes Windows Media Player.

Hurricane Sandy may effect launch date

Hurricane Sandy on radar

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Tinsel & Tunes’ studio is located directly in the path of hurricane Sandy. The storm dubbed “Frankenstorm” according to twitter is being called by many, “the storm of the century.” The Tinsel & Tunes team has battened down the hatches, stocked up on plenty of egg nog and candy canes and have a stack of Christmas stories next to our roaring fire. We’re hoping that we do not lose power for our launch scheduled for midnight this Wednesday into Thursday. However, if the studio lights do go dark, we will kick off the broadcast as soon as possible. Please be sure to check out our Facebook page for updates during the storm.

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