This week on IAIB Spotlight: Andrew Zarian interviews Chaunce Hayden who has been involved with internet broadcasting since it's early days. Chaunce Hayden has also been a regular guest on the Howard Stern show, and is the editor of the magazine Metropolis Nights. Chaunce tells Andrew what the early days of internet broadcasting was like, starting out on a new network called EYada, and later Shovio. Chaunce also sheds light on why so many internet broadcasters aren't able to make it today.
The International Association of Internet Broadcasters(IAIB)is the principal voluntary trade organization representing the interests of Internet broadcast professionals throughout the world. Considered the most prominent and effective voice of internet broadcasting, the IAIB was founded in direct response to the growing sentiment that this powerful broadcast medium was in need of appropriate representation. The International Association of Internet Broadcasters not only represents independent and corporate broadcasters, but welcomes equipment suppliers and providers of other services to the Internet Broadcasting Industry. The IAIB provides educational resources, representation, and networking opportunities to Internet broadcast professionals, and to all those interested in participating and learning more about this fastly emerging broadcast medium.