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old cars and a cart machine at college radio station KRLX. Photo: J. Waits/Radio Survivor

College Radio Watch: Ten Years of College Radio Coverage and More News

I’m back from some college radio travels in San Diego and can’t wait to share more tour reports in the coming weeks. It’s always such a treat to meet fellow college radio participants and fans and with each visit, I find myself wandering down research rabbit holes as I hunger to learn more about the history of each and every college radio station that I encounter.

These tours are a small part of what I love about Radio Survivor. It’s been a joy to think deeply about the intricacies of radio culture over the past decade; delving into high school radio, transmission art, the incredible growth of LPFM, and even funky stories about radio in pop culture.

My colleague Paul Riismandel reflected on our 10 year anniversary in an eloquent post this week, which also digs into the Radio Survivor origin story and takes a look back at our early work in 2009. As I look ahead to our 200th podcast, I’m also anticipating my 160th radio station field trip report (as soon as I get caught up!). I’m so proud of the website, podcast/show, and radio resources that we’ve built for our fellow radio fans. Thanks for reading and listening!

More College Radio News

Station Sale

New Stations

Infrastructure

Profiles of Stations and Staff

College Radio in Popular Culture

Programming

History and Preservation

Events

Alumni

College Radio and Music Industry

Awards and Accolades

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