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Every year I love the challenge of tracking down unique radio-themed gifts. This time around, my first gift guide of the year has a fashion focus. Even if the people on your gift list aren’t radio diehards like you are, … finish reading Holiday Gift Guide for Radio-Lovin’ Fashion Mavens
As Radio Survivor’s technology editor, I have to come clean as the biggest audio nerd here. That’s why I’m seriously geeking out over this Pop Chart Lab poster of the “Advance of Audio Apparatuses.” If their marketing strategy was to … finish reading Decorating for audio nerds: “Advance of Audio Apparatuses” poster
A single word of advice for Mitchell Davis: decaf. Still, despite the jump cut hyper-frenetic shtick, some of his five reasons why radio sucks resonate: too narrow a range of selections, dumb deejays making dumb noises, too many commercials, too … finish reading Five (Mitchell Davis) reasons why radio sucks
On my drive moving to Portland, OR from Chicago in August I came across a few unique radio shows. As we drove along I–80 in Wyoming I tuned in Denver’s KKZN 760 AM on Saturday afternoon where I encountered the … finish reading Radio you can drink – Beer shows in Denver and Portland
It’s an obscure holiday, whose origin is likely less than 20 years old, and which we Radio Survivors only discovered last year–National Radio Day is Tuesday! Brown Paper Tickets is celebrating the day with a lunch to bring together potential … finish reading Celebrate National Radio Day on Tuesday
Wrapping up the radio station scavenger hunt for this week, I’m sharing one more music genre color code sign. This “library legend” sign comes from KFJC, where I’m a DJ. In my travels, I’ve seen incredibly complex systems for categorizing … finish reading Radio Station Scavenger Hunt – Genre Color Code Signs Part 5
Mid-way through my week of radio station genre charts, I started to realize that “charts” isn’t really the most accurate way to describe the music genre signage that I’ve spotted at various radio stations. I guess it’s more appropriately a … finish reading Radio Station Scavenger Hunt – Genre Color Code Signs Part 4
I was probably the only person who visited Family Radio headquarters during the pre-Judgment Day media frenzy in May 2011 who was interested in seeing the guts of the network’s radio station. I got the grand tour and was intrigued … finish reading Radio Station Scavenger Hunt – Genre Charts Part 3
As part of my new Radio Station Scavenger Hunt series, I’m highlighting music genre charts this week. Yesterday’s charts were from KBOO-FM and today I turn to some equally detailed charts from college radio station KZSC-FM at University of California, … finish reading Radio Station Scavenger Hunt – Genre Charts Part 2
Last week I started my new Radio Survivor Scavenger Hunt series, in which I’m sharing pictures of items that I’ve spotted at radio stations during my travels. The first week focused on station graffiti and this week’s quest will reveal … finish reading Radio Station Scavenger Hunt – Genre Charts Part 1