Resetting your password is easy and only takes a few minutes. See the full instructions on how to reset your password here.
If I had joined at the original higher level, can I now get my monthly support level reduced to the new charge?
Yes, absolutely; but we need to actually hear from you. Many have chosen to keep their contributions at a higher level to support the program. You may write us directly about this and any other issue at the site here.
This should apply to more more than a few shows, mostly from 2004. In most cases, the programs have not been preserved in active archives and we are frantically trying to find copies. There will be more holes as we work our way back chronologically, but our priority has been in both building the site and making sure we have 52 new programs per year with no repeats (this is extremely unusual for nationally-syndicated programs, but a commitment we made when the site was launched).
There have been so many reports of misuse of credit cards by various retail sites; is my card and information safe?
Absolutely—between Amazon Web Services excellent protections and our partnership with our web guardians, we have been zealous in not only making sure there is no breach, but always vigilant to make sure none occurs. All personal information is protected, and despite the fact that you represent (in my mind and heart) the greatest group of people ever, we do not sell lists or give out your name and data in any way.
Unfortunately, this is not my choice (or indeed my preference). When our original 90 minute program was pared down to 60 minutes to confirm to the NPR standard, we, like all national syndicated shows, were assigned a standard outcue (and incue) for the 60 second promo/news breaks at 20 and 40 minutes in the show. This was 20+ years ago.
While some are obvious (“This is PRI, Public Radio International”), all other syndicated shows must provide a weekly cue sheet with the exact time wording where these breaks occur (there is even an inaudible tone that cues automated machinery to fill in the single minute with pre-recorded material).
In any event, we were assigned, “I’m Robert Aubry Davis.”
So, please hear it not as an ego-reinforcement, but a necessary technical formality.
No, we do not have any apps at this time. However, this website (millenniumofmusic.com) should work well in any mobile web browser app you choose. You can log in and browse the site as usual. Because we have a "mobile theme," the pages will still look good and work well, even on the smaller screen.
You can even add our website to your home screen, so that you can launch it with an icon as if it were an app. Here's how:
To add a website to the home screen on iPhone, open Safari and tap the share button. Choose "Add to Home Screen" from the menu.
On Android, open Chrome, Edge, or Firefox and select "Add to Home Screen" or "Add to Phone" from the menu.
For more details, see this link.
If you have a device such as a smartphone or tablet that you can plug into your Sonos speakers, you should be able to use them to hear our music. For more information, see this page.