Mountain Electric


PhreakNet Radio is the PhreakNet community-operated, telephony-themed telephone-only radio station.

LISTEN LIVE (Dial In): 747-1212

Toll charges may apply.

Check back occasionally for special programs, interviews, and broadcasts, exclusively airing on PhreakNet Radio! These will be community events where pholks can dial in and engage with the program/participants. Special programs may be recorded and available afterwards.

Telecom-related advertisements air free of charge to any registered PhreakNet member. Please call the Business Office to inquire.

Recurring Programs

Below is a schedule of our regular, daily recurring programs. Occasionally, special programs may preempt regularly scheduled programming.

- Thursdays bi-weekly, 7:30PM-8:30PM: Asterisk Workshop with Chaz & InterLinked

Program NameTime
Evan Doorbell Productions8:00 PM - 10:59 PM00:00 - 02:59
Stories & Stuff with Joybubbles11:00 PM - 4:59 AM03:00 - 08:59
Pay Phone Tapes5:00 AM - 5:59 AM09:00 - 09:59
Evan Doorbell Productions6:00 AM - 10:59 AM10:00 - 14:59
Telecom Tunes*11:00 AM - 5:59 PM15:00 - 21:59
Evan Doorbell Productions6:00 PM - 7:59 PM22:00 - 23:59

*Available only to PhreakNet callers

The following DTMF controls are available to control your experience on PhreakNet Radio:
4 = Lower volume
5 = Reset volume
6 = Increase volume
7 = Lower talk volume*
8 = Reset talk volume*
9 = Increase talk volume*
0 = Mute/Unmite*

Only available for show participants, not through the listen line.

Screen Share Instructions

  1. Download OBS Studio: (click here for 64-bit Windows 8.1/10/11 installer)
  2. Install normally.
  3. Choose the third usage option (virtual camera only)
  4. OBS Studio should now open.
  5. In the lower left pane (second to left), you should see the "Sources" pane.
  6. Add a source, and choose "Display Capture"
  7. At the right hand side of the screen, click "Start Virtual Camera"
  8. OBS Studio is now streaming your screen share as a virtual camera!
  9. In Chrome, go to Settings -> Advanced -> Camera. Then, change the camera from your current default to "OBS Virtual Camera"
  10. Refresh the conferencing webpage. You should now be able to stream your desktop screenshare in lieu of your camera.

You can share EITHER your real camera or the virtual camera (screen share). If you really want to share both, you'll need to join the conference twice with different video sources.

NOTE: If screen sharing does not work fully in Chrome (e.g. you can see local video but others cannot see your screen share), use Firefox as we have found that to work better.