FAQ

Q: Why does a FAQ exist?
A: Due to the overwhelming repetition of simply answered questions, this FAQ was created to help listeners get quick answers to their questions.

Q: How did Radio Bison Kansas get started?
A: See the About Us Section.

Q: What do you need to be able to listen to Radio Bison Kansas One?
A: Radio Bison Kansas One is currently off the air right now.

Q: What do you need to be able to listen to Radio Bison Kansas Two Tunes?
A: Radio Bison Kansas Two Tunes is currently off the air right now.

Q: What do you need to be able to listen to Radio Bison Kansas Three Otaku?
A: You need to play off of the website.

Q: Where is Radio Bison Kansas based out of?
A: The main studio is located in Bison, Kansas in the United States.

Q: When will Radio Bison Kansas’s stremas launch?
A: Radio Bison Kansas One started in October 2012. Radio Bison Kansas Two started in June 2014 and turn into Radio Bison Kansas Two Tunes in August 2014. Radio Bison Kansas Three Otaku started in August 2014.

Q: Where does Radio Bison Kansas get all this great music?
A: We get all of our music from online retail stores like CD Japan.

Q: Why don’t you have the song I requested during the Live Request hours?
A: Our song database is growing at a high pace. When you request a song we don’t have, it gets logged and will hopefully be added to the database soon.

Q: How come you play so much music from *insert anime series here*?
A: Radio Bison Kansas does not process music by series. We process music by group, singer, or composer. It is very possible that there may be several songs that may be from the same series. As our database grows, this will start to work itself out. Please be patient. We’re still growing.

Q: Why don’t you play some *insert genre here*?
A: Radio Bison Kansas has a limited budget. If you would like us to play *insert genre here* (as long as it is from Japan and Japanese Music related, you can donate CDs. CDs must be original Japanese CDs Imported from Japan. We WILL NOT use any bootleg CD. Do NOT send CDRs, or Copies of Original CDs on CDRs. Do not ask to send MP3s, or any other form of digital media other than original Japanese CDs. As our database grows, new stuff will be added. Please be patient. We’re still growing.

Q: Do you have a list of songs Radio Bison Kansas has to play?
A: Yes.

Q: Can I get a copy of the above list?
A: No. Unlike other webcasts, we are not a rotating jukebox. We are a full service radio station. Our lists are closed to the public.

Q: Do you have any music from video games?
A: Yes. At this time, we only have scheduled Japanese Pop music, songs from Anime series’ and movies, and Live Shows. We are planning to include music from Japanese games in the future.

Q: Can I upload MPEG layer-3 (mp3) files to you to be added to your database?
A: No. For legality reasons, we cannot accept mp3 files.

Q: I just heard the best song on Radio Bison Kansas, can you send it to me?
A: No. For the same legality reasons, we cannot do this.

Q: I only know what anime series the song I want to request is from. Can I use this as a request?
A: No. Please use the format request: Artist – Song Title for your requests. Our database does not keep record of what series each anime song is from. Sorry.

Q: Will you accept ideas for the station?
A: Yes. Suggestions are always taken into consideration. Without the users’ input, we would not be where we are today.

Q: Do you guys pay royalties to artists?
A: Short Answer: YES. It’s REQUIRED for any webcast to pay royalties for ANY copyrighted material that it uses. Radio Bison Kansas pays Live365 to host its first service in order to broadcast legaly. If you are broadcasting, or thinking of broadcasting, DO THIS FIRST – BEFORE YOU BROADCAST.

Q: What is Matchnight?
A: Matchnight is Radio Bison Kansas’s Sports coverage.