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Tag Archives: KPFA
The man in charge of overseeing the election of board delegates to Pacifica radio’s five Local Station Boards (LSBs) has asked the network to end these contests once and for all. “Almost everybody agrees that the elections at Pacifica are … finish reading Pacifica radio elections supervisor: end elections at Pacifica
My friend Norma, a dedicated activist and volunteer community radio broadcaster for her entire adult life, often went by such handles as Rebel and La Brava. Many people around northern California knew her well, sometimes for decades, without learning her … finish reading Norma: La Brava, como siempre
As the troubles facing Pacifica radio persist without apparent end, I sometimes wonder whether the five station listener supported radio network should voluntarily dismantle itself—that is, transfer its licenses to five local non-profit entities. I am not the first person … finish reading Rough notes: towards the end of Pacifica Radio (and the start of something new)
My friend and noted radio historian Jesse Walker e-mailed me the other day. “Just found out that there’s a ton of back issues of the WBAI and KPFK folios posted at archive.org,” Walker wrote. “Did you know this?” He was … finish reading How much community radio content can you find on the Internet Archives?
It has been about eighteen months since Pacifica listener supported station KPFA (Berkeley, CA) dumped its Morning Show for a volunteer lineup called the “Morning Mix.” The move was very controversial and personally disappointing. Thus I was happy to see … finish reading KPFA morning schedule gets new makeover
In a special meeting of the Pacifica National Board held on Thursday, April 26, Pacifica Executive Director Arlene Engelhardt dropped this long overdue bombshell. “I just am very concerned where we are going to come up with a quarter of … finish reading Pacifica radio Executive Director: we are out of money for elections
Arlene Engelhardt is the Executive Director of the Pacifica Foundation. Following my last post on labor relations at the five station listener supported radio network, I invited Arlene to offer her own perspective. She has sent us this commentary, which … finish reading Pacifica Radio: Regeneration or Sinking Into the Mire?
The KPFA Worker website says that the Pacifica Foundation has retained the law firm of Jackson Lewis to manage some of its legal affairs. The foundation owns listener supported station KPFA in Berkeley, and four similar non-commercial stations in Los … finish reading Progressives scratch heads over Pacifica radio hire of Jackson Lewis
Berkeley, California based listener supported station KPFA did an interesting and informative program on the candidacy of libertarian Republican Ron Paul on Tuesday. KFPA talk show host, Mitch Jeserich, hosted the discussion on his Letters and Politics show as Republicans … finish reading Racist or empire foe (or both?); KPFA vets the Ron Paul question
In its normative helter skelter way, Pacifica radio is providing ongoing coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Several weeks ago I posted a piece critical of New York station WBAI’s lack of live coverage of the activities in Zuccoti … finish reading KPFA: scenes from Occupy Oakland