Disney Radio

Bill007

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jan 16, 2018
I've listened a few times and have unfortunately not enjoyed it as much as I had hoped. It contains way too much music from pop artists doing songs I assume are from their TV movies or whatever. I don't consider that music true Disney music. A lot of tweenie tunes and not enough of the classic songs. I'm still glad the station is there, I just don't think I'll listen as much as I thought because of the choice of music.
 

BrianL

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Joined
Jul 24, 2013
I've listened a few times and have unfortunately not enjoyed it as much as I had hoped. It contains way too much music from pop artists doing songs I assume are from their TV movies or whatever. I don't consider that music true Disney music. A lot of tweenie tunes and not enough of the classic songs. I'm still glad the station is there, I just don't think I'll listen as much as I thought because of the choice of music.
So, it's more like Radio Disney then - a lot of the pop hits from Disney stars and also just other tween/teen music. Most of those Disney Channel stars will also sing, so they have their songs exposed through that.
 

csmith1004

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jul 5, 2011
They do play a good bit of the pop songs from Disney Channel shows and movies but I don’t mind those. I couldn’t stand listening to Radio Disney but I’m enjoying this channel. I am bummed I can’t tune in from the car since my car radio channels don’t go that high. :(
 

starvenger

DIS Veteran
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
They do play a good bit of the pop songs from Disney Channel shows and movies but I don’t mind those. I couldn’t stand listening to Radio Disney but I’m enjoying this channel. I am bummed I can’t tune in from the car since my car radio channels don’t go that high. :(
Do you have the App and Bluetooth/USB connection in your car? You could listen to the channel that way. It's what I do for NFL games.
 

csmith1004

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jul 5, 2011
Do you have the App and Bluetooth/USB connection in your car? You could listen to the channel that way. It's what I do for NFL games.
Yes, I have done that but then I get paranoid about my data usage. Lol. It would be better to be able to just tune in with the car radio. Still loving the station though!
 
  • starvenger

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 8, 2015
    I mean as long as you don't use it all the time it should be ok.

    I tend to flip between PopRocks, the 90s channel and Lithium, so I'm generally covered.
     

    supernova

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Nov 4, 2011
    They do play a good bit of the pop songs from Disney Channel shows and movies but I don’t mind those. I couldn’t stand listening to Radio Disney but I’m enjoying this channel. I am bummed I can’t tune in from the car since my car radio channels don’t go that high. :(
    I don't know if they are all available in the car. Many stations carried by Sirius XM are internet-only. Holly, the Christmas station, is available year-round on their app, but not in the car. Same probably goes for something as high as 300. Although I believe the Sirius stations are in the higher numbers, and the XM are lower. Not sure why the hell they still treat the two signals as separate instead of the same. So damn odd.
    Yes, I have done that but then I get paranoid about my data usage. Lol. It would be better to be able to just tune in with the car radio. Still loving the station though!
    In 2021, aren't we all pretty much on unlimited data at this point?
     
  • starvenger

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 8, 2015
    In 2021, aren't we all pretty much on unlimited data at this point?
    The mobile oligopoly here in Canada (Bell, Rogers, Telus) makes unlimited data expensive. Every 10-15 years or so we get new carriers that offer up unlimited data (but terrible coverage). Those carriers end up getting bought by one of the oligopoly and we go back to square one.
     

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