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Radio News Round-Up: Dallas station to air tapes from JFK assassination, Iggy Pop holiday broadcasts

Here’s a quick radio news roundup to round-out your Thursday afternoon: Nielsen just released its annual Music 360 study that shows 63% of music listeners still turn to terrestrial radio to discover new music, and that radio drives many listeners to look for music on YouTube. The Radio and Internet Newsletter talked with David Bakula, […]

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Free Speech Radio News to close Friday, victim of Pacifica’s financial crisis

The independent, daily half-hour international news program Free Speech Radio News will air its last edition this Friday, September 27. According to a memo from the FSRN board of directors the organization is carrying just over $200,000 in accounts receivable, $198k of which is owed by the Pacifica Foundation. As of September 13 FSRN had […]

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Radio Survivor Bulletin #1

Introducing the Radio Survivor Bulletin

This week we are introducing the [Radio Survivor Bulletin](http://radiosurvivor.com/radio-survivor-bulletin/), a weekly email newsletter to supplement this website. In each edition we will highlight the past week’s top stories, and feature links to other radio stories of interest. We will also bring you new features that are exclusive to the Bulletin. June was the fourth anniversary […]

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Behind the scenes at a grassroots international daily radio news program

Behind the scenes at a grassroots international daily radio news program

Listeners to Free Speech Radio News may not realize that only two of the producers are in the same location. The rest of the staff–not just reporters and correspondents–are geographically dispersed and work together over the phone and internet. This is due to the grassroots nature of FSRN, but also because the organization’s tight finances […]

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Tune in the Wisconsin recall tonight with WORT and Free Speech Radio News

Tune in the Wisconsin recall tonight with WORT and Free Speech Radio News

If you’re in the US you haven’t been able to avoid news about the recall election happening in Wisconsin today, where an enormous grassroots movement mobilized to kick Gov. Walker out of office, following last year’s protest and capitol occupation. Grassroots and community media, especially radio, were vitally important in providing fair coverage of the […]

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