One thing you won't hear too often, at least on U.S. broadcast outlets, is an attempt to pronounce the name of the glacier — Eyjafjallajokull — under which the volcano lies and from which it gets its name.
The Associated Press offers this pronouncer: "ay-yah-FYAH'-plah-yer-kuh-duhl." But that seems to have a couple too many syllables.
NPR librarian Kee Malesky checked with Iceland's embassy in Washington and came away with this: "AY-yah-fyah-lah-YOH-kuul."
And in the interest of serving the needs of the linguistically inquisitive, we offer this extremely short AP audio clip of Rognvaldur Olafsson, chief inspector of Iceland's Civil Protection Agency, saying "the Eyjafjallajokull volcano." See if you can follow along:
Can You Say 'Eyjafjallajokull'? Icelandic Volcano's Name Is A Tongue-Twister