This week we’re on the hunt for radio treasure. Prof. John Anderson of Brooklyn College joins us to talk about his quest to find and preserve the legacy of labor radio with his role in the Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force.
Then our resident radio scholar Brain Fauteux interviews radio artist Magz Hall. They discuss what radio art is and where to find it, and Magz shares some thoughts and details about her own work.
We need a new tagline for the show. Please help us come up with one sentence–that we can say in one breath–that describes what we do. Leave us a comment, or tweet us with your suggestion using the hashtag #radiosurvivortagline.
By popular demand we want to turn the Radio Survivor Podcast into a weekly radio program for any non-commercial radio station to broadcast, free of charge. We need your support to do this.
You can support this effort two ways:
- Conference: Saving America’s Radio Heritage: Radio Preservation, Access, and Education
- Library of Congress Radio Preservation Task Force
- DIYMedia.net: Radio Preservation Task Force Convenes in D.C.
- Magz Hall’s website
- Radio Art and New Media in Radio Studies: An Interview with Magz Hall – Pt. 1
- Radio Art and New Media in Radio Studies: An Interview with Magz Hall – Pt. 2
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