I’ve recently started a contribution with FLIR, the Flight Line Internet Radio. I provide comments and articles dealing with the world of aviation that are aired by the first Internet-based radio station dedicated to aviation enthusiasts. FLIR is a radio station broadcasting 24/7/365 (streaming available at the address www.flightlineinternetradio.com that has a global reach, with various topical segments that can entertain almost anyone that enjoys flight. What makes FLiR different is the concept of attracting listeners because of their hobby or passion instead of their geographical location or age. The radio station follows a general format of a traditional local radio station, mixing topical segments with music and normal radio commercials. My segments are played 4 times a day. After being aired by FLIR, my spots will be available as mp3 files as Podcasts (you can subscribe the feed http://cencio4.wordpress.com/feed/ with Podcast clients such as iTunes, Juice, or CastPodder and automatically download the content as it becomes available). Even without subscribing the feed, I will write a post each time a Podcast is availble, providing the direct link to the mp3 file. The Flight Line Radio is not only on the Internet. Flight Line Radio receiver program offers personal radio receivers to entertain guests and patrons of events. Flight Line Radio has developed the technology to transmit multiple channels of private audio content to large groups of people in a very large venue area, several square miles in fact. No other company equals the coverage area that Flight Line Radio can offer: in this sense, FLR has invested years in developing an obtaining the appropriate technology and licenses to operate this type of radio network. The receivers are proprietary so the audience can be controlled, and they have the power to cover virtually any sized venue. FLR is on-site at major aviation events like Oshkosh and Sun ‘N Fun, offering personnel radio receivers to listen to the announcers and comms.