Gay Happy Radio

Studio 1 at GHR in UtherverseGay Happy Radio is well into development with its studios having been built in Utherverse. GHR grew out of an idea for the KLR 2 radio project. Since Utherverse became the latest virtual reality platform that the KLR Music group adopted, I saw a need for a separate radio service and an opportunity to form a business out of GHR. Unlike KLR 1, GHR intends to use the more advanced marketing tools made available by Utherverse, and cater more closely to the members of Utherverse, and its commercial sector.

KLR 1 will continue as normal for members of the Second Life platform and will remain commercial free. GHR however will adopt all the traditional aspects of a full-blown commercial radio station, exclusive to Utherverse members.

I estimate that it will take a full 6 months to complete everything I want for GHR. It’s worth taking the time. I have designers and builders constructing the in-world aspects of the studio complex. I am looking at how best to stream the new station given that my current resources are limited, and the business side, although having a basic idea and plan, will take the longest to incorporate, but for now, there is a basic stream already running directly of the server within Utherverse.

I welcome any enquiries and urge anyone interested in this project to use the contact form on this website in the first instance.

The new website for Gay happy Radio can be viewed by following this link:

Thanks for reading.

TonyLovett_Expo (Utherverse member and Facilitator of GHR).

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