This is the new updated version of Audioport as of November 24, 2015
The topic selection has been changed to a directory tree presentation. You can open trees to find topics. Clicking
on the text link adds the topic.
The tree will remember the last configuration, so subsequent uploads will see the topics you chose.
You may find it useful to 'Expand All' the first time you use it.
It's probably not a good idea to leave it that way. Once you see where the topics you want are, you can
'Collapse All', then just expand the tree to show the topics you generally use.
When you upload, you'll also notice that the 'Date Uploaded' field has been replaced by 'Release Date'.
Files will not appear in the listings until that date. This means you can now upload in advance.
You will notice a little tiny calendar image next to the entry field. Clicking on that opens a
convenient calendar for picking a date.
The date defaults to the current date, so leaving it alone means you program is available immediately.
If there's any problem or if you have feedback (we would like feedback) please contact the techs:
Matt The Cat spent the better part of the last decade howlin’ nightly to a national audience over XM Satellite Radio’s 50s channel. On weeknight The Night Prowl Show with Matt The Cat took radio listeners prowling around the back alleys of early rock n’ roll and rhythm and blues. Matt interviewed and profiled such rock n’ roll legends as Lloyd Price, Aaron Neville, Big Jay McNeely, Dale Hawkins, Earl “Speedo” Carroll of The Cadillacs. Also Earl Lewis of the Channels, Pookie Hudson of The Spaniels, Sonny Burgess, Johnny Maestro and rockabilly guitar king James Burton just to name a few. Matt’s focus on doo wop, R&B, rockabilly and early rock n’ roll is unmatched on American radio today. He delivers the “story behind the story” on the hits that enthusiasts remember and the rarities that should have been hits.
Matt The Cat has spent the last 20 years in radio, beginning at the tender age of 13 when his career began, hosting an Oldies radio show on the little 710 watts community radio station WBMT in Boxford, MA. He attended Emerson College in Boston, where he hosted a weekly classic soul music show called “The Soul Bucket.” It was there he interviewed the legendary Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band. Others included Barrence Whitfiled, Bernie Worell, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Luther Guitar Jr. Johnson, and Otis Clay.
Matt The Cat arrived at XM Satellite just before the historic launch of the nation’s first satellite radio company in June of 2001. Matt’s “Night Prowl Show” was the only live, national call-in request show of its kind to focus on the hits. Including the deep tracks that so many early rock n’ roll fans long for. In 2002, Matt The Cat began hosting a weekly R&B show called “Harlem.” He featured the soul that came before rock n’ roll and focused on post WWII rhythm and blues the music that shaped rock n’ roll. Music historian and singer and songwriter Billy Vera often appeared on the show to offer insight on such topics as West Coast doo wop and R&B. Other topics often included were vocal groups with bird names and the history of iconic record labels. Matt became the Music Director of the 50s channel to his duties in 2004 and he continued to host “Harlem” and “The Night Prowl Show” until October of 2008.
Matt The Cat currently hosts a weekly podcast called “The Friday Night Cat Fight” at www.fridaynightcatfight.com and has just launched a new R&B show on KZGM called "Juke In The Back