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KZSU and Covering Campus Disturbances article

College Radio Flashback: Covering Campus Disturbances in the 1960s and 70s

I’ve been thumbing through a couple of bound editions of IBS’ The Journal of College Radio from 1970 to 1972 and it’s an incredible look at college radio in that era. Concerns of the day included potential policy changes for carrier-current broadcasters, questions about the FCC’s rules on obscenity (not much has changed!), and excitement […]

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College Radio News Round-Up: Radio K turns 100, KALX turns 50, WBNY turns 30

It’s always great to see college radio stations celebrating their lengthy histories and in recent weeks we’ve seen events commemorating college stations turning 30, 50, and 100! Additionally, I’m happy to share some other good news on the college radio front, culled from a number of recent articles. College Radio is Alive and Innovating In […]

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Activating the Medium Festival explores Radio as Source Material for Sound Art

Radio doesn’t always begin and end with a broadcast over the airwaves. Sometimes radio transmissions are used by artists as another tool for creative expression. This year the arts organization 23five is curating the Activating the Medium XIV festival in San Francisco and will present several performances and radio broadcasts focused on the theme of […]

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WFMU and Amoeba Music to Host Multi-Station Live Remote Broadcast in Support of KUSF

WFMU and Amoeba Music to Host Multi-Station Live Remote Broadcast in Support of KUSF

Although the shutdown of beloved college radio station KUSF has been devastating for radio and independent media fans in the San Francisco Bay Area; the outpouring of support for the station has been amazing to watch. This Friday, February 18th from 12noon to 3pm Pacific time, KUSF DJs will be on the stage at Amoeba […]

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