A certain someone is in the middle of rebranding following his foreseen epic legal loss in South Carolina.
BIll Schmalfeldt set up a Twitter account for El Paso Texas internet radio station KWTI – West Texas Internet Radio that was to feature Comedy and Classic Rock on Live365:
The link to the radio station just goes to a blank page on Live365. When you go to main site and search for it, it’s not there. I guess the free period is over.
Over on his new BNN twitter feed, he doesn’t have a link to a website in the bio.
But in the tweets, he’s providing links to elpasointernetradio.com, which does not appear in the KWTI account.
The website is run on a SiteGround server in Chicago. This would indicate a departure from the normal Team Kimberlin hosting it’s Communications Command Center in Amsterdam, where sites were moved out of US subpoena power jurisdiction. Why an upstanding group like Team Kimberlin would want to hide legal and above board activities is .. bizarre.
Interestingly, while the El Paso Internet Radio is a very minimal WordPress site with little content, it does have a donation button that goes to a PayPal page called, “Schmalfeldt Internet Broadcasting.”
One might wonder – Why would someone want to put a donation button on a site that had no real content, no comments on the content, and hardly any traffic, unless .. unless maybe it’s a front site? Neither the Breitbit News nor KWTI twitter feeds have reached double-digit followers.
The funny, or bizarre, thing is that the twitter feed links to content that Schmalfeldt has produced before. None of it is entertaining or worth listening to. It’s supposedly parody and satire, but seems to lack parody, satire or comedy. Mostly, it’s causes lower colon cramps when playing over any speakers.
If this is an attempt to showcase Bill’s talent in setting up and managing an internet radio station, producing comedy, satire and parody, and building a good base of followers, I would probably say…
But I repeat myself.