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Author Archives: Kevin Vance
We’ve been discussing the challenge of transitioning from one music show to the next at community and college radio stations. Kevin Vance deejays at two public radio stations in the San Francisco Bay Area, and has a response to my … finish reading The radio show before your show – does it matter?
A friend of mine, Larry Kelp, who hosts a music show on KPFA and was once music critic for the Oakland Tribune, back when they really were an Oakland paper, asked me about a fellow radio programmer from the past. … finish reading Remembering Rather Ripped Records
I’ve been monitoring the earthquake, tidal waves and nuclear meltdowns happening in Japan this week. I have family close to the coast in Santa Cruz county, so I was worried to hear about Tsunami warnings. EDIS, California State Emergency network … finish reading Listening for Bay Area Tsunami alerts on the radio
It’s the mid-70s at listener supported station KPFA-FM in Berkeley. I’m going through the dozens of promotional 45 rpm singles. (remember? the ones with the big hole in the middle?) No one takes these little 7 inch saucers of vinyl … finish reading A meditation on Gaudete by Steeleye Span