This week we follow up with the subject of one our first episodes, Bainbridge Community Broadcasting. Paul took a day trip on a ferry from Seattle to visit Bainbridge Island and drop in on BCB. Co-founder Barry Peters took a few minutes to give a tour of the BCB studios and provide an update on how their experiment in community podcasting is progressing.
Paul also explains how we’re interested in stimulating discussion and debate around issues and practice in community broadcasting. Then he contrasts the inadvertent spread of fake news via click-bait infested “around the web” and “you might like” ads with Radio Survivor’s commitment to respect the attention of our listeners and readers, by not bombarding you with Taboola’s and Outbrain’s insulting eyesores.
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