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Tag Archives: Occupy Wall Street
“Your Dial Was Made for Revolution!”– The Radio Mutiny Collective (1998) On November 2, 2011, I was riding my bike as close to the barricaded Occupy Oakland’s HQ as possible, listening to live on air coverage of the police brutality … finish reading Occupy Radio! Why Save KUSF, Occupy Wall Street, and Decolonize Oakland need to coordinate
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
I’m picking up a lot more frustration with Pacifica radio station WBAI-FM in New York regarding Occupy Wall Street—a general sense that the station could be providing much more live coverage of the actions and events than it currently airs. … finish reading WBAI and Occupy Wall Street—where is the live coverage?
This just in from the This is NPR blog. We recently learned of World of Opera host Lisa Simeone’s participation in an Occupy DC group. World of Opera is produced by WDAV, a music and arts station based in Davidson, … finish reading NPR opera host under fire for “Occupy DC” role
Occupy Wall Street organizers Justin Wedes and Sandra will hold a live interactive Tele-Forum on Wednesday, October 19. The call-in will begin at 4:00 PM EST (1:00 PM PST, USA) and last for an hour and thirty minutes. “During this … finish reading Occupy Wall Street organizers will hold live interactive teleconference on Wednesday
This post by John Anderson originally appeared at DIYmedia.net and is republished here by permission. Two decades ago, thousands of people took to the air without permission from the FCC to protest the agency’s draconian policies regarding access to the … finish reading Occupy Wall Street occupies the airwaves, too
It appears that NPR is smarting from charges that it has given the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City and elsewhere short shrift when it comes to coverage of the demonstrations. We’ve noticed some discontent in this area, … finish reading NPR: We R2 covering Occupy Wall Street!
NPR ran a story this morning on npr.org about yesterday’s Occupy Wall Street/Brooklyn Bridge arrests. The piece, bylined as “NPR STAFF AND WIRES,” noted that 700 OWS protesters were arrested for marching on a bridge road. The problem, as this … finish reading Is NPR really covering the Wall Street protests?