LIsten Radio Timoun online radio

LIsten Radio Timoun online radio:

In recent days, I listened to a Program from LIsten Radio Timoun in Port-au- Prince, Haiti. This Program was informative and educational and gave some good insights and discussions on Tropical Storm and Hurricane season that continues to brew across the region. I also enjoyed listening to the live interviews of various officials including the Governor and other key political players from throughout the country. The program did not broadcast any weather information or warnings, however. My recommendation is for those who live in areas that may be affected by the approaching storms to tune in to this particular Caribbean climate radio station. The online site of the station provides directions to your exact location and I urge you to check it out if you are in that part of the world.


What I did notice about this Caribbean Audio Frequency for Children program was that they had a very catchy introduction introducing the program with the words, “Welcome to Timoun Online Radio. Good Morning, Miami Beach!” Then after a short introduction, the program moved on to a nice segment of audio of Governor John K Roots talking about his record of emergency preparedness. Then it got to some of the Hurricane sneak attacks, Hurricane Updates and Hurricane Advice. There were several segments where they interviewed some local officials and listeners. The audio format was nice and clear and they did not use any animation like some of the other regular audio programs do on their website.


I liked that they had the regular programming but also added an interactive feature for kids to participate and chat live while using their favorite mobile device. I believe that there are other ways to reach the masses through Satellite, Internet and Audio format. I am not sure what the future holds for the online radio industry or the technology used, but I am sure that we will see some more innovative ways to reach people through audio in the future. Some people are concerned that the audio quality will not be up to snuff, but that may be true of any new medium, especially as terrestrial radio fades away. As far as Satellite Televison is concerned, I think they are moving in the right direction and the quality of the audio is getting better every year.

Radio contact Info:

  • Address: Blvd 15 Octobre, Tabare, 26, Haïti
  • Phone: (509) 2811-0409
  • Email: [email protected]

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