Friday, August 16, 2013

We Now have an Itunes listed Podcast

A few weeks ago we started a Podcast as a way to introduce more breaking artist to the world.
Do to demand being so high for radio airplay and air time being a limited resource. We created a podcast so everyone now has a chance to be heard.

We have now done 10 episodes from the time we started and it is working out well. So well In fact that our Podcast is now listed on Itunes. We have basically left submissions on an open call so anyone and everyone will have a shot to be heard and syndicated on a rss feed. If you would like to add your music to our podcast you can submit it here!air-play-submision/c1b0t

In other news Paladin radio now also has its own social network This is best place to find out whats going on inside paladin radio and best way to communicate with us we hope to see you there,

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Actress Q’Orianka Kilcher speaks up, speaks out for indigenous peoples’ rights

On 9 August 2013 we mark the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Actress and indigenous rights activist, Q’Orianka Kilcher, best known for her role as Pocahontas in the 2005 film The New World, has teamed up with the ILO to speak up for the right of indigenous peoples across the world to live and work in dignity.

Across the world, there are 370 million indigenous women, men, girls and boys. Many live in poverty, face discrimination and struggle to make their voices heard. On this day, we celebrate the many achievements of indigenous peoples over the years. This is a great opportunity to look at the progress we have made, but also to think about what we still need to do.

This year’s theme, “Indigenous peoples building alliances: Honouring treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements,” gives us a chance to look back at these achievements and the ILO’s unique and long experience in creating alliances and partnerships to advance indigenous peoples’ rights.

“25 years ago, the ILO Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention was a trail-blazer. It is still the only legally-binding international instrument that enables indigenous and tribal women and men to make decisions about their own priorities for development. So far only 22 countries have ratified this important convention. We can do better!” Q’Orianka Kilcher
Join the cause – speak up, speak out with Q’Orianka and the ILO and show your support for indigenous and tribal peoples everywhere!
GET INFORMED: Learn the facts about indigenous peoples.
Get to know more and join the discussion with Q’Orianka Kilcher and other indigenous experts at a Huffington Post Live interview session on Friday 9 August (5 pm PST).
Help us raise awareness about the situation of indigenous peoples by tweeting the below tweets using the hashtag#RatifyConvention169.
RAISE YOUR VOICE:Show your support by sharing Q’Orianka’s statement with your friends, colleagues and family members.
Copy and paste our tweets and widgets below on Facebook and Twitter. RatifyConvention169!
Twitter box_IPDAYToday is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: #RatifyConvention169!
There are 370 million indigenous peoples across the world. Celebrate this International Day:  #RatifyConvention169
Indigenous peoples continue to face discrimination and exclusion. Let’s honour our agreements #RatifyConvention169
Next year the ILO Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention marks its 25th anniversary, #RatifyConvention169
ILO Convention No. 169 is the only legally binding instrument for indigenous peoples’ rights, #RatifyConvention169
All women and men – indigenous or not – deserve to live and work in dignity, #RatifyConvention169!
Join indigenous girls, adolescents and young women in the fight against violence #RatifyConvention169!

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Robin Thickie - Blured Lines (Unrated Version) (Explicit) Youtube

Robin Thickie - Blured Lines - Explicit Music Video
This song is No. 1 On Billboard’s Hot 100 titled "Blured Lines" by Robin Thickie. 
***WARNING***The Music video is explicit and features naked models.

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An Update on WPAL Paladin Radio

I am taking the time today to update everyone on all things Paladin radio as we seem to be growing everyday. For a long time social media has been a main stay for us and to that end last week we opened our own social network  So far the responce as been great and we look forward to seeing you there.

Another new addition to The WPAL  Paladin radio network is our podcast. We created this podcast for one reason and that's to help advance Indie artist, The reality is there is only 24 hrs in a day I don't have enough airtime to play every Indie artist who ask so I created this podcast so I do. With a Podcast I post an artist song once its then sent via rss all over web and it stays put forever and best part is we can offer this free of charge. If you are an Indie artist and would like to add your music to our Podcast you can sign up here!air-play-submision/c1b0t

Last but not least we have now added a new on Demand music service, we have had request for this and now it is here. I want to make it clear a music playlist on a page is in no way internet radio and will never be but we feel our new service is superior in many ways to what is currently out there as it is a simple search and find music video interface. You only hear what you are looking for, No break in audio ads and no skips needed as you will only get what you search for.

I also wanted to share this video with you. Someone out there in cyber space decided to make a neat text to voice video of our Wikipedia listing so I wanted share it with the world as it much easier to listen than read.

Sunday, August 4, 2013


(LIVE) at the Pace Gallery in New York City

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Saturday, August 3, 2013

WPAL Paladin radio welcomes LOKA

LOKA is an alternative hard rock band based out of Tokyo/Japan but their music dose not sound all !You will find it has the backbone of American Hard rock.
With Raging Synthesizers and digital drum beats their music dose not stop on the live rock stage as it spreads into the club music scene.

LOKA made their debut appearance on June 9th 2012 Founded by singer Kihiro and drummer Ken'Inchi.

On August 8th 2012  LOKA released their first Ep  01 zero-one and kicked off a national tour of Japan.
While on the road they released their first album "EnFlAME" on November 7th 2012 as they continued their national 40 show tour selling over 1000 copies and still growing.

In April of 2013 LOKA welcomed  their official Bass player Katsumi
LOKA is currently set to kick off another summer national tour with International dates as well.
LOKA has currently been added to WPAL Paladin Radio rotation
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