CBR Network / CodeBass Radio

Where Geek & Music Combine
Immense content, and an awesome community of listeners.

The CodeBass Project launched on June 21, 2010 featuring community developers and designers who specialize in audio-visual applications. It quickly flourished into CodeBass Radio, which can be found in iTunes, Windows Media Guide, TuneIn, and various other popular streaming applications and radio directories.  CodeBass Radio sees a range of 1500 to 2800 unique listeners per month, and the number continues to grow as we expand our core community.

The primary server, CodeBass Radio East, operates out of Baltimore, MD. The backup server, CodeBass Radio West, is located in Sacramento, CA and streams from Amazon S3. The CodeBass Radio website is powered by WordPress/PHP/MySQL. Web services, station programming, automated tasks and show choreography are powered by healthy doses of Adobe ColdFusion/CFML, Flash/Flex/AIR, PAL, JavaScript and MySQL.

The CBR Network, which includes CBR produced video programming, was soon to follow. While we endeavor to experiment with a variety of A/V software, both open source and proprietary, our broadcasting software of choice is SAM Broadcaster by Spacial Audio. We most prefer Adobe Creative Suite applications for production and promotion.

CodeBass Radio is completely staffed by dedicated volunteers who share two very simple loves.. development and broadcasting. The team consists of many talented industry professionals who also regularly speak at conferences, manage user groups, author books and more.  CodeBass Radio has afforded me the privilege to work with some amazing people, and this adventure has fulfilled me like no other.

~ Vicky Ryder, Founder & Executive Producer




Media Links

These links best illustrate our awesome team and what we do.

Live Entertainment Broadcasts & Official On-Site Press
Conference Media Partnerships / Official On-Site Press
External Studio Appearances & Publications
Community Events

These events support an outstanding surrounding community and represent a variety of coordination and broadcasting efforts.