SmoothJazz.com founder Sandy Shore knew she wanted to work in radio by the time she was 8. She began her radio career in 1979 at age 15, which eventually encompassed air work at KTWV (the Wave)/Los Angeles and KKSF/San Francisco, Flash forward to the '90's, when she got wind that Mapleton trip A / Americana hybrid KPIG/Monterey was actually broadcasting in programming on the Internet. The realization of cyberspace's potential as a major media platform was a revelation that struck her like a lightning bolt.
SmoothJazz.com is now available on the Apple iPhone, which takes the original Smooth Jazz Internet radio station off the Net and into the mobile world, including cars. iPhone users simply download the free broadcasting software from FlyTunes.fm, and they are all set to receive hundreds of popular Internet radio stations including SmoothJazz.com and it's chilled out spin-off, SmoothLounge.com.