By the year 2000 Flying Over New York Entertainment is Yahoo's and Google most searched and found disc jockey entertainment company in the world. Business was booming but Adam and Rosanna was still unable to provide people with a written out play list of all of the music they had. Somewhere around that time Adam decided to just put an end to this question by putting a link on the official Flying Over New York Entertainment web site "listen to our playlist." It was a simple link that was pointing to a stream server just playing about 5000 of their hits in a random rotation 24 hours a day. It grew the site with people just listening to the music on the play list.
This went on until 2002 when DJ Psycho D started doing a live Internet broadcast on another site. His show was called "Old School Weds. Night". Adam then started simulcasting the show on The Flying Over New York Site and changed the name of the link to FONYE Radio. Now along with the play list running at random they now have a way for their prospective clients to hear a Flying Over New York Entertainment DJ really mix.
In 2003 DJ Psycho D. asked Adam could he incorporate video into the show. For the first time EVER!!!! you could watch what the DJ is doing, while it is being done. DJ Psycho and DJ Cool A.D. started doing more shows and slowly started marketing the simple link as a radio station. From one of the online shows DJ Cool A.D. met a listener who happened to be a great house disc jockey from North Carolina named DJ Kinyoto, Adam allowed him to do a weekly show.
In the summer of 2004 Flying Over New York Entertainment started promoting some of the biggest block parties and club parties ever through out the whole East Coast. It was almost like a local radio station was promoting these parties, except a local station in New York could not promote a party in Philadelphia using only their airwaves. Because the world wide web is world wide, this was no problem for FONYE Radio.
At one of the block parties DJ Psycho met a disc jockey from the original Kool Herc's Hercolords "Imperial Jay Cee". He allowed Jay Cee to cover a few shows on Old School Weds. Jay Cee turned out to be one of the missing pieces of the puzzle. FONYE Radio had DJ Psycho D, who played old school and party music, DJ Cool A.D. playing top 40 and club, DJ Kinyoto playing deep progressive house music. Jay Cee came to FONYE Radio and started taking it to the streets and to church. Although FONYE Radio was getting big, they totally overlooked two major markets. Jay Cee asked Adam if he could start doing some shows playing new Hip-hop and R&B. The next week Jay Cee started doing the "Imperial Styles Show". He really showed his profesional knowledge of the urban market by exposing FONYE Radio to a crowd that wasn't even looking to hire a disc jockey. On Palm Sunday in 2005 he decided to market churches and programmed an 18 hour gospel show called (Gospel Sundays). Gospel Sundays' first day FONYE Radio generated 30,000+ hits. Adam decided to keep this on the schedule and offered Jay Cee a management possition as FONYE Radio's program dirrector.
FONYE Radio is now the most talked about, linked to and searched internet radio station in the world. They now have links on many other sites as well as 3 of their own: www.fonyedjs.com , www.flyingovernewyorkentertainment.com and www.fonyeradio.com .
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