Since launching The Breeze in 2002, the Meyer Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) has expanded to nine Internet radio stations, featuring Easy Listening Music, all vocals, and nostalgia, as well as national news and weather.
If you’re a fan of Internet radio, you have experienced all of the ups and downs that it’s been through. Many of the changes have been fueled by the battle over music royalties as the licensing bodies, the artists, the stations and the Copyright Board try to figure out how to make it all work.
The Breeze Family of Stations is Now on StreemLion!
The Breeze Family of stations is currently using the services of StreemLion to deliver your favorite music. You will see the StreemLion and Licensed To Play logo on every page of our site. MBC pays a fee to StreemLion, and that company takes care of all of the music royalty fees.
Due to that arrangement, it’s important that listeners use the StreemLion popup players, to make sure that all of the data is collected properly.
So How Do You Listen To Our Stations?
This arrangement does make things easier for listeners, coming to this website. You just click and listen!
Here are the steps to follow:
- From the home page, click on the logo or the name of the station you want to listen to. This will open the station page where you will find the playlist as well as additional information about each individual station.
- On the station page, click the logo, and a player will pop up to the side of the page.
- Click the start button (arrow pointing right) on that player to begin streaming the station. It may take a moment or two for the sound to begin, as the player makes the connection with the music stream.
Any Problems? Let Us Know!
If you run into any problems with any of the streams, please let us know right away. There are a lot of places where things can go haywire, and the sooner we know about issues, the sooner we can fix them for you!
Thank You For Listening!
As always, Meyer Broadcasting Corporation will do its best to keep the music playing and will try to let you know what we know as soon as we know it.