Season 2 P.O.V #12 [1:34]

The last day of school is very much on our minds right now.  What would make the perfect last day of school for you?

The students behind Portable Radio hope you have a great last day of school and an even better summer!

Season 2 Episode 17 [15:40]

Portable Radio Live 2008

A concert of drumming, boomwhacker…ing and singing. Recorded Friday, June 13, 2008.

Music used in this episode:

WW – Greenroom (Podsafe Music Network)

…and the following pieces by Kevin MacLeod:
Neolith – Kevin McLeod
Down Home Rockin’
Salsa2Long
discoA
Smash Sketch

Hi Nathan,

Thank you for your inquiry regarding the use of our materials for your Podcast. As always, we very much appreciate that you have made the effort to respect our copyrights and obtain legal permission. We also hope that you will let your students know of your efforts and our response.

Permission is granted to make an audio recording of your students at A. Lorne Cassidy Elementary School performing the Plank Road Publishing songs “Whacky Song,” “Whacky Do Re Mi,” “Whacky Cha Cha,” “Whomp Out Loud,” and “Whacky Sounds.” Permission is also granted to share the audio recording on the Internet via Podcast. The compulsory license fees are waived.

“Whacky Song,” “Whacky Do Re Mi” and “Whacky Sounds” by Teresa Jennings (ASCAP) © 2000 Plank Road Publishing, Inc. • All Rights Reserved • Used by permission

“Whacky Cha Cha” by Teresa Jennings (ASCAP) © 2002 Plank Road Publishing, Inc. • All Rights Reserved • Used by permission

“Whomp Out Loud” by Teresa Jennings (ASCAP) © 2001 Plank Road Publishing, Inc. • All Rights Reserved • Used by permission

 Thank you for using these Plank Road Publishing songs and for sending the link to the Podcast. We look forward to hearing your students’ version of the songs!

 Sincerely,

 Candy Olson, Communications Editor
Plank Road Publishing, Music K-8 magazine

Season 2 P.O.V #11 [1:38]

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has decided not to renew their contract with composer Dolores Claman to use her song as their Hockey Night in Canada theme. While this music has been used as their theme for almost 40 years, CBC has decided it was too expensive. Instead, they plan to find a new piece of music to introduce their show next season.