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Community based classical radio: a list

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After threatening to do this for some time, I have created the beginnings of a list of locally based / community oriented classical radio shows around the world. Big surprise: most of the list at this point covers classical radio programs in the United States, plus a station in Manitoba. But as time goes on I’ll expand the list’s global range.

I am relying on you Radio Survivor readers to tell me about locally based classical radio programs that I can add to the list. I want it to get bigger and bigger, add a twitter list, and encourage discussion about how to build audience for community based classical radio. If you’ve got a locally oriented classical program on some station, or a podcast, or an online show of some sort (or are a fan of one), please write it up our classical radio forum discussion pages. Even if your show only plays classical music some of the time, I want to mention it.

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One Response to Community based classical radio: a list

  1. satkinsn November 12, 2015 at 5:03 am #

    Two shows from WCNY-FM Syracuse, both on Sundays.

    At 2 PM, Syracuse Society For New Music, Fresh Ink With Neva Pilgrim – one hour show. They play both new music recordings in general and recordings made locally for the Society.

    4 PM – Syracuse Symphony archives concert. The symphony is no more, but WCNY has extensive holdings of archival concerts.

    s.

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