ScatterRadio is completely free radio application that allows you to share your world. From user-created and hosted shows to new music and soundbytes, ScatterRadio allows you to control the air waves.
Due to some missing technology requirements and/or slow loading time, we have sent you to the HTML-only page of ScatterRadio, where you will be able to record SoundBytes and read other users' transcriptions!
If at any time you want to try to load the full version of ScatterRadio, click the Listen Now button to be sent back to the page.
Send a message for the world to hear and read. Select one of the following options:
Fill out the form below to write in a message for one of our DJs to read for you!
Soundbytes from users like you
Someone's going to lose their job.... More than $1M worth of Chopard Jewels to be worn by celebs for the Cannes Film Festival has been stolen from a hotel room in the city.
How do you feel about former South Carolina's governor Mark Sanford heading to the white house to serve as a member of the house of representatives?
Did you hear about Toronto's mayor, Rob Ford? He was in a video smoking crack... yes crack. There's a whole slew of other crazy things he did, but i'll leave that for all of you to discuss in the comments section :)
Alright, Williamsburg hipsters, get ready an urban outfitters are heading your way- and rumor has it there will be a bar and restaurant inside. I'm assuming they are going to be serving PBR and vegan options only.
A pocket of water some 2.6 billion years old the most ancient pocket of water known has now been discovered in a mine 2 miles below the Earth's surface. The finding, raises the tantalizing possibility that ancient life might be found deep underground not only within Earth, but in similar oases that may exist on Mars.
While Apple’s flagship iPhone for 2013 may appear to be the same as the iPhone 5 on the outside, the phone will feature a significant internal redesign when it launches this fall. BGR has exclusively obtained high-resolution photos of a number of components that will be included in Apple’s iPhone 5S, and they help paint a picture of things to come later this year.
Residents of a luxury Tribeca building are furious over a new photo exhibit in a Chelsea art gallery — because they had no idea they were the subjects on display. From his second-floor apartment across the street, an artist secretly took photos of his neighbors through their oversized windows as they engaged in such personal things as bending over cleaning, taking naps and carrying sleeping kids to bed. The shots — which don’t show full faces — are now being sold for up to $7,500 each at the Julie Saul Gallery in an exhibition called “The Neighbors,” which opened Saturday.