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Wave Farm 20th anniversary

Wave Farm Celebrates 20 Years of Transmission Art

Transmission arts organization and community broadcaster the Wave Farm celebrates its 20th anniversary this Saturday with an event at the Fridman Gallery in New York City, titled, “Wave Farm 1997–2017: Twenty Performances for Twenty Years.” From noon to 10 PM, 22 sound and transmission artists will perform, including Wave Farm artistic director Tom Roe and […]

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Radio Ambulancia

Friday radio news round-up: Ecuadorian ambulances override car radios; App is Pandora of podcasts

Here are more stories that we don’t want you to miss, especially some more lighthearted pieces about ambulances overriding car radios and comic book podcasts. So we we’re going to compile them in our end-of-the-week round-up. Last fall Microsoft launched the ad-supported Xbox Music streaming service on its Xbox 360 game console, Windows 8 and […]

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What’s news in transmission arts: Dark Scotland forest hosts 24-hour broadcast; Radius playlists at Free Music Archive

Transmission art is about using broadcast technologies in new and often ingenious ways, breathing life into technology. Here are a couple of recent stories of interest. A remote and dark forest in Scotland will be the site of a one-time-only radio broadcast of new unheard works, that will never be heard again. Wired UK reports […]

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Jeff Kolar

Radius creates an on-air exhibition space for transmission art in Chicago

Several times a month, mysterious and unique sounds appear on the Chicago airwaves. Listeners might hear the rumble and pop of very low frequency signals generated by environmental electromagnetic fluctuations, or collaged field recordings from distant city streets. Some may mistake these transmissions for strange interference, or a broken radio, while others may be briefly […]

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