Great idea. Maybe someone (more senior in kayaking) with the tech resources (minimal), could leverage one of the available Internet radio aggregators like Shoutcast, or Live365, setup a channel and start broadcasting. It can be done, at least initially, on the cheap as most charge based on concurrent listeners, and that can be controlled through packaging. A phone number can be setup so callers can contribute to the show. The software is an easy download to PC or Mac and fairly intuitive to get started. As the show evolves, more services can be added.
When I lived in the Florida Keys, I worked with Clear Channel Radio and hosted a weekly talk show with Captain Gary Ellis who ran the RedBone fishing tournament. The celebrity based fishing tourney contributed over $2 million annually to disease research. Radio can be a great way to share information, and Internet radio has evolved to an easily accessible method. It's as easy now as a link in a pc or mac browser, or an app on a smart phone.
If you need or desire some help to get started let me know and I would be happy to help.
- jeff cavallaro
(2013 Wilderness Systems Ride 135 - Knot Right Camo)
Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it's not fish they are after. –Thoreau
There will be days when the fishing is better than one’s most optimistic forecast, others when it is far worse. Either is a gain over just staying home. –Roderick Haig-Brown
If you fish the wrong fly long and hard enough, it will sooner or later become the right fly. –John Gierach
Don’t tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, don’t tell them where they know the fish. –Mark Twain