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Internet radio station features rock n’ roll mixed with breaking industrial news

Houston, TX -- Radio personality Crazy Al has propelled Industrialinfo.com and its daily oldies web-based radio bro...


Houston, TX — Radio personality Crazy Al has propelled Industrialinfo.com and its daily oldies web-based radio broadcast to the top of the charts in just one year.

Originating from WPON-AM 1460 studios in the Detroit suburb of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Crazy Al’s Radio Party serves up an eclectic and unique blend of classic oldies rock n’ roll integrated with hourly industrial news reports.

Industrialinfo.com and Crazy Al’s Radio Party are powered by Industrial Information Resources Inc. of Houston, Tex., a provider of industrial market research and industrial news coverage of domestic and global market trends, forecasts, and capital spending.

To further augment the industrialinfo.com industrial news base, the website allows the listener to easily access two exclusive Industrialinfo.com features –IIR Industry Alerts and Industry Today.

IIR Industry Alerts are researched by the company’s analysts, researchers and resident experts. Half-hour long broadcast interviews with high profile industry executives and managers are provided through the website’s Industry Today entity, which is immediately available for download and replay in mp3 format. Additionally, all of the Industry Today segments are archived for audience access at any time, allowing visitors to search for information and news related to their individual market sector.

The archive currently includes more than 60 interviews with industry leaders and senior executives addressing a myriad of topics ranging from EPA and legislative rulings, power and pharmaceutical forecasts, coating technologies, flow measurement devices, maintenance inspections and testing, project management, bio-defense systems, and a host of ongoing industrial activities.

Industrialinfo.com radio airs live for two hours every weekday morning beginning at 6:30 a.m. (EST). Listeners have 24-hour access to the most recent morning show as the rebroadcast begins immediately over the Internet website, running continuously until the next live show airs the following day.