Today the former Pirate Cat Radio/PCR Collective relaunched their online-only community radio station in San Francisco as Mutiny Radio.
As mentioned in our post yesterday, with this new name they hope to reference their pirate past, but also suggest that they are moving on to a new chapter in the station’s history.
According to a statement on their website today:
“Today the PCR Collective, the community of DJs that formed moments after the collapse of Pirate Cat Radio, announced the launch of a new broadcast home—Mutiny Radio.
Streaming live from San Francisco’s Mutiny Radio Café, Mutiny Radio features the same eclectic mix of live music, interviews, DJ performances, news, and comedy the members of the PCR Collective have been producing for the past 6 years.”
If you stop by the Mutiny Cafe today, it’s expected that they will be slapping on a new coat of paint to symbolically transition to their new identity.
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