On his podcast, essayist Chauncey DeVega says that it features him “with the volume turned up.” He discusses how the quality of intellectual discourse differs between television, radio and podcasting, and how that relates to pro wrestling, and shares how he wrangles the internet trolls who show up whenever something he writes goes viral. We also get into fundraising, and how to ask your readers and listeners to lend a hand.
Jennifer reports on Centenary College’s radio station WNTI-FM which was abruptly shut down October 7, along with the announcement that the station will be sold. In breaking news that came in just as we finished post-production, we’ll tell you who the buyer is.
In Lasar’s Letter on Radio Matthew tells us how Radio Survivor wants you to compete in the BBC World Service Radio Drama competition.
- The Chauncey DeVega Show
- Centenary College Plans to Sell License for Public-Community Radio Station WNTI
- 9 Tips to Ensure College Radio’s Survival
- KUSF Sale and Fines
- Fighting a Radio Station Sale and Winning
- Protesting College Radio Takeovers
- The mediageek’s advice for college stations, part 1: Be true to your school
- The mediageek’s advice for college stations, part 2: No more elitism — Recruit, recruit, recruit
- BBC World Service launches radio play competition number 25
Hosts: Eric Klein, Paul Riismandel
Producers: Eric Klein, Paul Riismandel
Editor: Eric Klein
Contributing Editors: Jennifer Waits, Matthew Lasar