As a 15-year veteran of broadcasting and media production, Darryl Williams is uniquely qualified to provide small business owners, colleges and corporations with the tools and expertise needed to reach new markets through the ever-growing landscape of Internet radio.
Williams’ Full CirKle Media Group provides web hosting solutions and audio and video streaming services to a slew of clients throughout the country, but he’s most passionate about helping local business leaders reach new markets through the “true media convergence” potential that online media provides.
“After starting my own station, WDKK, about a year and a half ago, I began to offer my services to other individuals who wanted to do the same thing.”
Williams’ currently host 11 radio streams, including Wright State University’s 106.9 FM, which began streaming its student-run radio station through Full CirKle this fall. The Philadelphia native believes that businesses are beginning to see the value of a strong online presence.
“You can have the print component online, the live component…but then you also have an ‘on-demand’ component available through podcasting. Users can register and contribute to the site. If you want to have music, you can add that. Internet radio is a great option for churches to reach their sick members or people who are traveling. This technology is poised to make a tremendous impact on the way we communicate. The possibilities are endless.”
Williams offers packages for both ‘for-profit’ and non-profit entities, as well as for individuals who may want to have their own personal web portals for entertainment, inspirational or informational messaging through the 24-hour streams the company provides.
“What I really want to do is to help local companies maximize Internet technology. I would like to help put Dayton back on the map as innovators.”
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WDKK is an independently owned Internet radio station that is dedicated to preserving the legacy of broadcast media and music. The format of the show is soul, funk and rhythm and blues – with an emphasis on the voices that mainstream radio has forgotten, but whose innovative sounds has inspired generations of subsequent vocalists and musicians today.