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I’ve been a DJ and volunteer at Foothill College radio station KFJC-FM for nearly 15 years now and one of my favorite times of year at the station is the Month of Mayhem. During the month of May, DJs prepare … finish reading KFJC Begins Month of Mayhem with 54 Specials – from 8-Tracks to Radio Drama
The University of Oregon’s What is Radio conference (#whatisradio) wrapped up on Saturday, with many interesting panels on the last day. One of the best was named “Web Radio: Say Goodbye to the Dial.” But a fascinating talk by Dr. … finish reading WQXR and its website, an uneven partnership?
Jennifer Waits and I are at the What is Radio conference in Portland, which opened with an interesting lecture by veteran radio/TV journalist Charles Jaco. It focused on the importance of narrative and storytelling in radio, and its decline on the … finish reading Radio storytelling: property of the upper middle class?
Stanford University’s college radio station KZSU 90.1 FM is a few hours away from the conclusion of its 11th Day of Noise. Despite the “noise” moniker, the music being played today isn’t necessarily noisy or discordant. According to the KZSU … finish reading KZSU’s Day of Noise Features 24 hours of Live Experimental Music
Record Store Day, the annual celebration of independent record stores, will take place all over the world on Saturday, April 20th. Non-commercial radio and independent record stores often have a synergistic relationship, so it makes sense that they would be … finish reading WRIR Curates Live Performances at Local Shops for Record Store Day
Saturday was a fun day of radio immersion for me, as I attended the spring University of California Radio Network (UCRN) conference at KZSC at University of California, Santa Cruz. Around 115 people, including volunteers, students, DJs, staff, and advisers … finish reading UCRN Spring College Radio Conference Covers Radio’s Past and Future
In 2012, the first annual High School Radio Day took place on May 16. The day was established in order to celebrate high school radio and raise awareness about the small number of remaining high school radio stations. This year, … finish reading 2nd Annual High School Radio Day Returns on April 24
With the music portion of the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) festival launching today, there are numerous panels, films, and events for radio fans to choose from. In addition to that, many radio stations have traveled to Austin in order … finish reading Radio Guide to SXSW 2013 – Part 2: Radio Station Showcases
Every year South by Southwest (SXSW) seems to get bigger and bigger, with a growing interactive conference, film festival, and long-time music event. The music festival begins today and runs through Sunday, March 17th. For radio fans, some of the … finish reading Radio Guide to SXSW 2013 – Part 1: Panels, Parties and Films
Occupy Boston Radio (OBR.fm), a one-year old online radio station, is in the midst of a 2-week Radio Camp. Events kicked off with an open house last weekend and as I write this, the station is holding a workshop (“Making … finish reading Occupy Boston Radio Hosts Radio Camp