Who We Are
"I hate my life." "I want to die." "No one cares about me."
In October of 2007 Remedy went live with a mission to use relevant, positive music as a vehicle to start chat conversations with teens so they could talk about what's REALLY going on. Our purpose was simple: develop relationships with teens online so we could hear what they’re going through. We believe that there is one Creator and He created ALL people to live a life of purpose and fullness. Sadly, selfishness often sidetracks the ability for young people to live that LIFE TO THE FULL that Jesus spoke about in the New Testament.
What is IPTV?
When Remedy began in 2007 as an internet radio station, we broke new ground as a website that played music while chatting with teens about life issues they were struggling with.
In September of 2011 Remedy.fm became RemedyLIVE, an ipTV station (internet television station) that still plays great, positive music, while adding different video based shows that help encourage chat conversation about how to live one's life on purpose and not by accident.
For those that love the audio only, Remedy radio sound, that stream is still available by clicking on the "Remedy RADIO" banner below the video player in the top right corner above. You can also click here or search the iTunes radio stream under Top 40/ Pop for RemedyLIVE.
Make sure and watch each day as Remedy brings you the best in music, conversation and chaos from 3:30 p.m to 6 p.m.(ET), Monday through Friday with the SERIOUSLYseriousSHOW.
We Chat, We Listen, We Love
Remedy is a WEB STATION where you'll be able to hear great positive music, watch challenging videos and best of all- chat with us and others about the things you're going through in life. If you have any questions about Remedy, your online account or life in general please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with one of our SoulMedics by clicking the LIVE CHAT button on the home page at www.remedylive.com OR text the word "REMEDY" to 313131 to start a conversation. Thanks for joining!
-Clinton Faupel, Executive Director, Remedy