2013 – 2015
August 2013, EEDA Radio One was launched. It is owned and operated by LD Rizzo & Kasisi Harris.
EEDA Radio One launched to a UK Top 40 format, playing the top 40 tracks from the UK, US and Europe. During the launch, even though it was a more top 40 feel, there was an strong push on EDM music. LD decided to bring his Essential Europa Dance Anthems podcast to EEDA Radio One. Essential Europa Dance Anthems the show launched shortly after the network launched. The station ran 24/7 as a music only station until December 2013.
December 2013, on Sunday evenings, LD started hosting the UK Top 40 Chart Show, counting down the top 40 tracks from the UK. Then in January 2014, LD started doing the US Top 40 Countdown show on Monday nights and added New Music Sundays to his Sunday rotation with the Chart Show.
Also in January 2014, LD launched the EEDA Radio One 80’s & 90’s Breakfast Show. Running LIVE, Monday – Friday from 6am – 10am, he played all the 80’s and 90’s you could stand, while LIVE on studio cam and taking your requests. LD brought back fellow broadcaster Mike Scott to do news for the morning show. The format continued running like this until May 21, 2014 when LD, Kasisi & EEDA Radio One made a move west. EEDA Radio One went off the air temporarily.
June 2014 saw the relaunch of EEDA Radio One with it’s new Logo & look. LD decided to relaunch Radio One with 1 week of alternative rock in honor of it’s new home in Seattle, Washington. After the first week, the station became a 24/7 EDM only station. EEDA Radio One remained electronic dance music, continuing its 24/7 live stream. It also continued playing LD’s Essential Europa Dance Anthems on Friday & Saturday nights.
EEDA Radio One again rebranded itself with a new logo in October 2014 with the addition of presenters Jess7er, Mike V., Matty, & Rafe. It also launched many new shows to compliment Essential Europa Dance Anthems.
November 2014 saw the station upgrade its website with the addition of eedaradioone.com. In December 2014, LD made EEDA Radio 2. Also, made EEDA Radio Stations the parent company for the stations.