Michael McAlpin
Phone 407-616-3554
Fax 719-623-2009 

XL106.7 FM chooses netYAK™ to reach on-line Internet listeners. 

Orlando, FL, April 6, 2000 - 106.7 FM (WXXL) became the first radio station outside New York City to receive in studio phone calls from Internet visitors to the XL 106.7 web site. A whole new way to interact with the growing Internet audience has been opened up using this technology.

Orlando’s top rated station 106.7 FM (WXXL), already uses its Web site ( for extensive promotion and streaming live audio of their programming content. Adding voice to the mix has enhanced the station’s ability to interact with its target market audience, even when they are on the Internet. "With streaming audio and netYAK, people around the world can not only listen to XL 106.7 but also interact with on-air personalities in real time, directly from their PC’s", said Michael McAlpin, President of, inc.


About netYAK’s patent pending service provides digital cellular quality phone calls using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology. A single download of the free self-installing netYAK™ voice client is the only requirement on the Internet user’s Windows PC. Calls can then be placed to any netYAK™ subscriber’s telephone by clicking on the netYAK™ icon installed on their web site. Monthly fees are charged to subscribers and are designed to accommodate the small business through to high usage portals., inc., a privately held Florida Corporation, was established in 1999 to deliver one of the best forms of communications – the human voice, to e-businesses. The simplicity and privacy of the netYAK™ service will significantly enhance the acceptance and growth of e-commerce, whether in business-to-consumer (B2C), business-to-business (B2B) or customer relationship management (CRM)., inc.
P.O. Box 2408
Orlando, FL 32802-2408

Phone 407-616-3554
Fax 719-623-2009

Contact: Michael McAlpin,


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