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This post notes the continued existence of two interesting online community radio venues: in Montreal and The Lot Radio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It celebrates their persistence because, given recent events, I no longer take any local radio station for granted anymore. I know that some of you disagreed with my support of Triple A formatted KUSP-FM in Santa […]

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I am enjoying listening to live and archived shows out of radio in Montreal ( = “antennas”; get it?). Musically speaking, the station is roughly comparable to an online stream just started in Brooklyn called The Lot Radio. But while The Lot’s main draw is its Williamsburg storage compartment live studio,’s attraction, at least to […]

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Living large with The Lot Radio of Brooklyn

I am sitting at my computer watching what looks like a live deejay broadcasting from a big shipping container somewhere in the Williamsburg/Greenpoint nexus of Brooklyn. The whole operation is sitting in a vacant lot, hence the sobriquet “The Lot Radio.” Fans of the broadcast send appreciations via The Lot’s live chat board, such as […]

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