On September 1984, Dimitris Noulis created the Café Bar Bel Air in Vogatsikou 1 Thessaloniki and it was about to became a major landmark in the city’s entertainment and music cast. Cocktails, music, fashion, people and happy attitude mix altogether in the Bar’s atmosphere and put a colorful stamp in the book. People meet there to relax, have fun, fall in love or wipe the teardrops of their first heartbreaks, create family’s and see their children to continue to hang out there like the legacy is too glorious and need to be preserved. In 2002 the management is on the hands of the late Nassos Goulios, a longtime resident and DJ of Bel Air and Marios Ioannou a Thessaloniki’s entrepreneur. They boost the place and make it a number 1 hot spot. The guest list is endless. It is spot. The ..either before of after a night out and everybody feels like a part of a giant friendship. DJs Giotis, Nassos 1, Nassos 2, Renos, Tassos, Kostas, Alexandros and Giannis create a music status playing hits that first were heard in Bel Air and then traveled all around Greece. The 80’s and 90’s world music era is still hot and was the gasoline that sent Bel Air to the Top. The 20 year old youngster yelled a noise Si! The sound flooded the attic at Villa Griffone in Pontecchio and Guglielmo Marconi immediately realized that something huge was unfolding in front of him. It was that cold. December night at the house’s living room in 1894 where he demonstrated the first transmitter and receiver to his mother. His eyes sparkled when he pushed a telegraphic button on a bench and a click, the first ever sound, was heard from the other side of the room. On Christmas Eve of 1906 in NYC, like this month has some magic connection with radio broadcasts, a Canadian named Reginald Aubrey Fessenden was the first to actually transmit the sound of the human voice without wires. It was then Lee De Forest, who invented the electrical lamb, the main radio tool radios used for the next 50 years. Radio was on an amateur mode until 1st WW and then took a big turn. Radio waves like giant sea ones covered the planet and created a device that accompanies us 24 hours a day. In Greece, the first attempt for Radio Broadcast took place in 1923 and numerous experiments followed, until on March 25 1928, this date again, in Thessaloniki (hold the city, a radio electrician named Christo Tsiggiridis transmitted the first ever radio signal and for 20 years lots of shows aired in the sky of the Bay of Thermaikos Bride. During the 80’s, in Thessaloniki again, the first Radio Pirates created amateur Radio Stations, which were illegal, thus the name of the producers. In the early 90’s the Greek State allowed the establishment of non-Public Radio Stations and the concept exploded. The time was right and the business environment ready to welcome Private Radio journalists, showbiz persons and music producers who play songs and albums of all kind. It is difficult to mention names here but it will be at least a tribute of respect to say that Giannis Petridis on ERT airs the oldest and of biggest duration show named from 4 to 5. Technology ever since flied sky high and the result of this is the Web Radio Stations that air today all over the world. Web Radios transmit floating files which means that the files are uploaded on real time and podcasts which is the commercial name for prerecorded radio shows that air. Internet and its rapid development have a huge impact in Web Radios today.