Update on countries broadcasting yesterday once more radio

As of today September 5, 2012, I am very proud to announce that we have added more countries that are now able to listen to old time radio programs on Yesterday Once More Radio.
I think out of the Holy Ghost I have to tell you, the one I am most proud of is the country of Italy.
Why italy? I am a second generation Italian and very proud of it. My grandfather and my grandmother both came from Italy I hope someday I will be able to go back. The and some of the people who are my relatives.
But, I am very proud all the countries that are now able to listen to yesterday once a radio. I hope if you are reading this and her friends family relatives in these countries, you will you drop them an e-mail and tell them to listen to yesterday once more radio for the best in old-time radio presentations on the Internet.
Also, I hope that you are drying or programming, and as we move through the months it will be expanded and some very special surprises.
Thank you again for being part of our listening audience and I hope you are telling your friends family and anybody else you can think of that we are now broadcasting what I think are the cleanest family oriented old-time radio programs from the past.
Below, is a list of countries that now can receive us.

Well it’s time for another yesterdaAllowed Countries
· United States
· Italy
· United Kingdom
· United States Minor Outlying Islands
· Switzerland
· Puerto Rico
· American Samoa
· Bahamas
· Barbados
· British Indian Ocean Territory
· South Africa
· Singapore
· New Zealand
· Australia
· Bermuda
· Fiji

About Fred (The Mayor) Gaspro

I own and Operate Yesterday Once More Radio on the internet. It plays Old-Time Radio programs 24/7 without commercials. At 70 years young my life is just getting started. Old-Time radio for me is a passion. I want to preserve, present and protect as well as educate people on the value of this, one of our nations most valuable treasures.
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