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Tag Archives: San Francisco
Today Radio Survivor contributor Bob Mason and I were taking a stroll through Holly Park in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Suddenly we ran into Art, who had set up a complete amateur radio setup on a park … finish reading Ham radio alive and well in Bernal Heights, San Francisco
Attention San Francisco public radio lovers—mark your calendars for September 8, because our Board of Supervisors has proclaimed it KALW Day—a day to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the aforementioned public FM radio signal, chartered by the San Francisco Unified … finish reading Happy KALW day!
Back in June I shared the news that new community radio station Radio Valencia was in the works in San Francisco. After several months of hard work, Radio Valencia is now officially webcasting. Live shows began yesterday at 5pm with … finish reading Radio Valencia Launches in San Francisco
Just when people think that radio is dead, there are signs of it continuing to reinvent itself in interesting ways. The morning news today (on both KTVU’s “Mornings on Two” television broadcast and in the pages of the San Francisco … finish reading Community Radio to Provide Soundtrack for Films on Coit Tower
It was probably only a matter of time before the FCC would catch up with San Francisco’s Pirate Cat Radio. The unlicensed broadcaster was increasingly putting itself in the public eye by operating a cafe adjacent to its studio, granting … finish reading Pirate Cat Radio Fined by FCC and Ceases Terrestrial Broadcast
Bay Area Radio Museum I think it’s extremely important to honor radio’s history, so I’m always impressed when there are folks out there who are actively working to support that cause. The Bay Area Radio Museum has been a labor … finish reading Bay Area Radio Museum's Uncertain Future
Both Matthew and I have recounted the recent ownership and format change of San Francisco station Energy 92.7. The formerly gay-friendly dance music station has proven to be a fan favorite, with many people expressing their displeasure over its change … finish reading "Save Energy 92.7" Resolution up for Vote at SF Board of Supes Meeting Tomorrow
I rarely listen to commercial radio, spending the majority of my time devoted to college and community radio stations. So, I was caught completely unaware when I read yesterday that San Francisco was losing its gay-friendly dance music station Energy … finish reading San Francisco Loses Gay-Friendly Radio Station
If foie gras and tripe can stand in for quaaludes and mescaline, then Anthony Bourdain is the Hunter S. Thompson of food television. As a so-called “anti-celebrity” chef Bourdain is the host of the Travel Channel’s No Reservations, traveling to … finish reading Kitchen Confidential Meets Radio Confidential in San Francisco