Alan has been in broadcasting and computer repair for many years. In 2009, he returned to radio, helping a young 14 year old start her first internet podcast. This podcast became an instant success, turning into a full fledged weekly radio show called The Josie Show (JosieShow.com
Alan serves as a consultant, engineer, on-air personality, director, and associate producer on the Josie show to this day. The Josie Show has been nominated and has won many awards over the years, and is currently syndicated on stations world-wide.
Not long after the Josie Show began, the show wasn't enough to house all the music coming at us from the new, and indie artists we were promoting, and a radio station was born, Country Blast Radio (CountryBlastRadio.com
), Where Alan serves as associate producer, engineer, consultant, assistant program director, and co-producer.
Even this was not enough, as a new radio show, a spin-off of the Josie Show, has started called Rockin Country (RockinCountryShow.com
) hosted by Alan, and later co-hosted by Bruce Lev, along with Josie Show regulars Josie Passantino and Tina Passantino, and a different featured guest every week. The first 3 episodes were live to a huge listener base, much higher than original expectations.
This is all in addition to being a member of the board of directors in his home condo association, voting member of the Country Music Association, member of the Florida Sheriff's Association, among other things.
Alan also has a pet hamster named Daisy. His last hamsters, Lucy and Ethel, and a squirrel who lived near by named Peanut, all became radio show mascot's (of course, voiced by Alan).
You can hear Alan weekly on the Josie Show (JosieShow.com
), Friday at 8pm Eastern, on Rockin Country (RockinCountryShow.com
), Monday at 9pm Eastern, and Country Blast Radio (CountryBlastRadio.com
Be sure to follow him on Facebook and Twitter as well!
Established in 1988 as Island BBS services on Long Island, NY, before the internet was a part of everyones daily life. We began on old Atari and Commodore computers, with dial-in bulletin board systems (which lead to the developement of public internet). as the internet grew, new frontiers were reached, and it became LIWebCo.
Specialties were computerized music (back then, was only midi), band/artist promotions, bulletin board systems, and fan club/fan management.
As the internet started to grow, Alan began internet websites, multi-format audio and video, and new 'online' fanclubs, as well as commercial and non-commercial sites for business and personal use. In late 2001, he relocated to South Florida.
Alan provide his services at low cost (well below what most charge) because he believes the internet should not cost people a fortune. He would rather earn his money from your referals than overcharge you as others do.
As companies and business come and go, Alan is always working with new clients on new idea's.