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Archives, Access, and the Sounds of New York City: An Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith

Many Radio Survivor readers are no doubt familiar with Kenneth Goldsmith’s work as the host of “Kenny G’s Hour of Pain” on the freeform radio station WFMU. Goldsmith hosted weekly radio programs at the station for fifteen years, from 1995 until 2010. In 2005 he commented on WFMU and its role as an experimental and […]

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Two weekends of radio, podcast and sound arts conferences

I’m a little bummed and surprised that I only found out these two radio and sound art conferences this afternoon. free103point9 is hosting the Transmission Arts Colloquium this weekend at its Wave Farm Study Center in New York State’s Hudson Valley. The Center is home to community radio station WGXC which dedicates much of its […]

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WFMU's Inaugural Radiovision Festival hits NYC in October

WFMU’s Inaugural Radiovision Festival hits NYC in October

Freeform community radio station WFMU is taking its love for radio to a new level this fall as they launch their first ever Radiovision Festival. Coinciding with WFMU’s popular Record Fair, the multi-day festival “celebrating radio’s future” will take place in New York City October 28, 29 and 30th, 2011 and will feature performances, presentations, […]

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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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