The Raven (Harold Kionka)

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The Raven is involved with Web television, Internet radio, and Citizen journalism.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] The Raven claims to have reported on Daytona Beach events via video broadcasts through a Web TV station as far back as 2000.

History[edit]

  • 1998: The Raven started and ran Albuquerque's first Internet radio station "Route 66 LIVE".[8]
  • 2000: The Raven started Daytona Beach Live.[9][10][11] The station showed video about life, events, and attractions in the Daytona Beach area [12] for the 17,000 viewers.[13] Events included the Daytona Beach Bike Week,[14][15][16] hurricanes,[17][18] Birthplace of Speed, Black College Reunion, Great Race, Florida International Festival, Biketoberfest, Spaceshuttle launches, Power Boat Races, Rock Bands, and more.[19]
  • 2003: The Raven launched Galaxy Universe TV to provide live streaming video overlooking the beach on South Atlantic Avenue [20]
  • 2004: The Raven simulcast across a network of three Internet TV stations for the 2004 Biketoberfest.[21]
  • 2005: The Raven was featured in Chapter # 8, of the Book, "DARKNET Hollywoods War against the Digital Generation" [6]
  • 2008: The Raven relocated to Adrian, Michigan and formed the existing Internet TV stations into the Raven World Communications.[22] He continues to report on local events in Adrian.

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