IMC Radio’s “Plane Talk,” a live-streaming aviation internet radio talk show sponsored by the IMC Club International, will broadcast live from a remote studio in Lakeland, Florida, during the 2015 SUN ‘n FUN International Fly-In & Expo, starting April 21 and continuing through April 25.
Produced by new Executive Producer Howie Marlin, the live broadcasts of “Plane Talk” will be from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (EST) on the Spreaker radio platform. Listeners can listen to the show at the IMC Club website, spreaker.com or an iPhone/iPad or Android Spreaker interface, which is available for download on the iTunes store.
Marlin, the newly appointed executive producer of the show, keeps his tricked-out PA28-180 at 1B2 on Martha’s Vineyard where he is a psychotherapist and Emergency Services Clinician. He started flying in 2007 and he is a member of the Air Crew with USCG Aux Air. He is also an on-air talent at SUN ‘n FUN Radio and IMC Radio, a member of the Flying Musicians Association, and documentary video producer at Aviationisland.info.
During the show listeners will be able to interact with the hosts, Derek Lagasse, a commercial pilot, and Jon Roberts, a private pilot, musician, entertainer, and one of the original founders of “Plane Talk” by commenting in the show’s live “online chats,” which will be opened while the show is broadcasting. They can also stop by the SUN ‘n FUN Radio studio, which is on Clubhouse Row, near the Sunset Grill.
After starting its regular broadcasts in November 2011, IMC Radio became one of the most popular stations in the entertainment/talk category on the Speaker Web Radio. In 2011 the show was nominated for the Speaker Show of the Year Award.
Forced to stop its live programming due to an inability to broadcast from its studio location at the Norwood, Mass., airport, “Plane Talk” has been off the air in a search of the new location since the fall of last year. “Plane Talk’s” recorded content of previous shows since then has reached 70,000 plays and still maintains over 23,000 followers.
Regular weekly live broadcast of “Plane Talk” will resume shortly after SUN ‘n FUN, according to the producers.