What is J-AIR?
Jewish Australia Internet Radio (J-AIR)
is a new Internet radio station based
in Melbourne, Australia. It is designed to serve the Jewish and broader community.
We are in the early stages of setting up program grids and building new studios equipped with the latest technology and production facilities. Currently we broadcasting live shows, music and testing our facilities. Our website will provide podcasts, recorded shows and interviews. We are looking for shows, if your interested please let us know.
Upcoming Events and News
We have picked up where SBS radio dropped off we host 2 weekly Yiddish shows, a Hebrew show and very soon the Russians are coming !
Danny Cohen and Jo Beilby ( The Blue moon) will be bringing a brand new show weekly from Israel called "Israel Bytes" Thursday 9pm. Please check the program grid for regular updates.
FM TRANSMISSION IS COMING VERY SOON !IT'S ONLY A MATTER OF A FEW SHORT WEEKS AND WE ARE THERE
Keep visiting our website for more updates and news and don't forget to check the weekly program grid and podcast pages for new shows
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J-AIR is looking for YOU!
Are you interested in a career in audio or radio engineering?
No experience is necessary !
we will provide you will invaluable training
and experience for your resume
Roles include - producing live and pre-recorded shows, station programming and all aspects
of community radio station engineering.
Contact J-AIR Now by emailing the Station Manager Robert Bontschek - email@example.com
The many ways of listening to J-air
- Website's flash player should start automatically
- Download our apps for both iPhone and Android
- No app ? Click on any image to start the webcast
- FM coming soon !
Exclusive to J-air: Julia Gillard
Listen to a special outside broadcast, with Julia Gillard receiving the Jerusalem Award from the ZCV at Beth Weizmann, 26/11/13
Malcolm Turnbull in an exclusive interview for J-AIR
Internet Radio or FM ? Let's explain ...
well, Internet Radio is the future of radio. Getting a connection is easy with a simple computer, laptop, iPhone, or any other mobile device that is connected to the Internet.
First, make sure your browser is updated to the latest version of 'Adobe Flash Player'. We are streaming using AAC technology (Advanced Audio Coding) Which means you enjoy listening at a lower bitrate in high quality audio (doesn't use much bandwidth!) For example, listening at 64Kbps with a mobile phone or ipad on a 3G connection will consume only 30MB per hour while listening at 96Kbps will be around 50MB per hour