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Tune in to 11:40 a.m. or 102.9 FM in Kansas City and you might hear Jarmarl Thomas pontificate about the motives behind the Russian invasion of Ukraine on his show Fault Lines. The week of March 7, Thomas spent much of the three-hour show painting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as the instigator of the Russian […]

The WBGO radio show will have Bill Clint...

Jeh Johnson, former US Secretary of Homeland Security and resident of Montclair, will host a new show on jazz radio station WBGO next Saturday, with former President Bill Clinton as a guest. WBGO, a national public radio station based in Newark on 88.3 FM, recently launched a new program schedule; every few months, Johnson will […]

Radio station reform group expands prote...

GRANGER — A citizens’ group demanding change at a public radio station in the Lower Yakima Valley has expanded its protests to include the town of Granger and its police department. The back and forth between protesters and the non-profit radio station has heated up in recent months. The station’s lawyer sent a letter to […]

How Ukrainians are using social media to...

Ukrainians have learned the hard way not to trust online information from Russian sources. Lara Zwarun, associate professor of communications at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, described the nation’s tactics in Ukraine as “a bit like international catfishing” – with state-sanctioned fake news aimed at creating an alternate reality. So what keeps Ukrainians from falling […]

Colorado Inmates Begin Broadcasting on A...

LIMON — Audio producers and on-air talent crammed into the makeshift studio on Tuesday, adjusting levels and donning headphones as they prepared to launch the new Colorado radio station. “Launch Day!” shouted a producer as the staff cowered in front of the microphones, a palpable hum permeating the windowless room. Large white posters hung on […]

Campaign to expand pending freedom of in...

The petition campaign to expand the state’s open government laws is on hold and may be delayed until a future election cycle instead of aiming for the 2022 ballot. The Campaign to Close Lansing Loopholes is considering its next move following a Michigan Court of Appeals decision regarding signature collection. The problem isn’t the decision […]

Colorado inmates launch first US statewi...

LIMON — Audio producers and on-air talent crammed into the makeshift studio on Tuesday, adjusting levels and donning headphones as they prepared to launch Colorado’s new radio station. “Launch Day!” shouted a producer as the staff cowered in front of the microphones, a palpable hum permeating the windowless room. Large white posters hung on a […]

End of the radio program “All IN” due to

Since 2019, from 1 to 2 p.m. every weekday, Indiana Public Broadcasting’s “All IN” has been leading conversations by unpacking some of the biggest issues affecting Hoosiers. Discussion topics have included COVID-19 vaccines, environmental issues, the effects of social media, the healing nature of art – always providing space for host and guests to dissect […]

KDEE: Sacramento’s Only Black-Owned Radi

In California, there are only two black owned and operated radio stations. One of them is here in Sacramento. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — There are more than 15,000 radio stations in the United States, according to the latest report from the Federal Communications Commissions. The African American Public Radio Consortium (AAPRC) says less than 1% of […]

StoryTown radio show will feature musica...

Contributing photo • Short film Ubunibi-Afia From staff reports The StoryTown radio show will celebrate Black History Month on Monday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. at the McKinney Center in a production that will feature stories and skits about the lives and contributions of local African Americans in Jonesborough and throughout the East Tennessee area, […]

StoryTown Radio Show to Celebrate Black ...

JONESBOROUGH – The radio show StoryTown will celebrate Black History Month on February 28 at 7 p.m. at the McKinney Center in a production that will feature stories and skits about the lives and contributions of local African Americans in Jonesborough and in the East Tennessee area, all drawn from oral histories collected through the […]

Fairfield U. and CT Public Announce Medi...

FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Fairfield University and Connecticut Public announced a new partnership designed to provide Fairfield University students the opportunity to learn and work alongside talented television, radio and digital journalists, many of whom will be based on the campus of Fairfield University. The partnership will also expand access to public media content in Fairfield […]

The new president of Western Mass Public...

Matt Abramovitz took over as head of New England Public Media nearly three years after a radio and television merger that brought the Springfield public radio station into a partnership with Boston public media giant GBH. While the merger between New England Public Radio and WGBY-TV — a subsidiary of GBH — which became official […]

Live radio show captures local quirkines...

By Bridgette M. RedmanPasadena Weekly Contributing Writer OWho needs a meadow when you have the twin cities of Pasadena and Altadena? Radio show buffs who hold a special place in their hearts for the Garrison Keillor program of yore will want to tune in to Sandra Tsing Loh’s plans to celebrate the eccentricity of life […]

StoryTown radio show returns to McKinney...

JONESBOROUGH – The radio show StoryTown returns to the stage Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at the McKinney Center, followed by an opening season gala featuring music and treats from Sweet E’s Bakery and Side Hustle Custom Bakery . The McKinney Center is located at 103 Franklin Ave., Jonesborough. The hour-long storytelling show with music […]

The campaign wants to include abortion r...

Abortion rights advocates have taken a first step toward amending Michigan’s Constitution to ensure abortion rights are protected if Roe v Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. The campaign, which includes Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union, submitted petition language for an amendment that would replace a long-dormant state law that […]

Who is on the public media honor roll fo...

Each year, as part of our fundraising campaign, we invite readers to nominate someone to the Public media honor roll. For a Don of $ 100 or more, you can honor a public media mentor, peer, volunteer, or pioneer – someone who has made a difference to you or to the public media arena. This […]

Myanmar’s most oppressive year against t

LONDON / BANGKOK – Myanmar’s record on media freedom has deteriorated dramatically over the past year. Hours after the army toppled Myanmar’s democratically elected government in February, the junta sought to control access to information, shutting down the internet and blocking social media sites. From there, broadcasters’ licenses were revoked, journalists were arrested, and in […]

Low-power St. Paul radio station takes c...

For much of its history, St. Paul’s Frogtown is known more for the things it lacks – money, green space, high paying jobs – than the rest of the city. Yet, thanks to Philip Gracia, Katharine DeCelle, and the other volunteers who run WFNU Frogtown community radio, she has something that most other neighborhoods lack: […]

Peninsula school district reflects on fu...

Station principal Spencer Abersold works at the KGHB radio station booth at Peninsula High School in this 2016 file photo. Joshua Bessex [email protected] Gig Harbor’s small public radio station may have dodged a bullet, but staff members aren’t entirely sure about KGHP’s future. The Peninsula School District, which owns the station, has “on hold” a […]

Crusaders drummer Stix Hooper talks abou...

Jazz musician Stix Hooper first met broadcaster Saul Levine in the 1960s, when Hooper was drummer for the Crusaders and Levine owned and operated KBCA (105.1 FM), the best jazz radio station in the world. southern California at the time. So when Hooper, 83, had an idea for a radio show about a year ago, […]

Red Jacket Jamboree’s Christmas radio sh

redjacketjamboree.org The Red Jacket Jamboree has announced that its Christmas show will air on WNMU this year. CALUMET – The holiday special of the Red Jacket Jamboree, “Christmas in the Keweenaw” The radio show will air on WNMU Public Radio 90 on Wednesday, December 8 at 3 p.m., Real People Media Executive Director Rebecca Glotfelty […]

Duluth radio station changes name as pub...

The Duluth Superior Area Educational Television Corporation, which owns PBS station WDSE-TV, bought the radio station from the University of Minnesota board of directors for $ 175,000. The transaction, first proposed almost two years ago, received federal approval earlier this year and closed on Wednesday, December 1. The merger creates the only combined operation of […]

The Atomic Age Cocktail Party radio show...

When I was a curious teenager in the 1970s and wanted to learn music, the public library was my teacher. Armed with a library card, I studied the excellent record collection in the Champaign Public Library. It was there that I made discoveries that will influence my musical tastes for the rest of my life. […]

After 25 years, neo-noir radio show with...

Eleven months ago, producer, director, writer and editor Steve Boyle stumbled across a unique time capsule from Nashville’s past. He was organizing his personal archives when he scanned the master tapes for mole men, a two-hour neo-noir radio drama he produced a quarter of a century ago. It was to be the first episode in […]

How a Low Power Phoenix Community Radio ...

A few miles from my house was KDIF 102.9 FM, a low power FM station in South Phoenix. My ride to the station took me from the prosperous and developing areas of Phoenix to the neglected areas of southern Phoenix. The streets and businesses changed the further south I drove, but my radio picked up […]

After Twitter love, Pee-wee Herman will ...

Pee-wee Herman goes eclectic. Signal: “I know you are, but what am I?” ” After a viral Twitter campaign, the iconic character of Paul Reubens ‘”Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” will air his first radio show on KCRW-FM (89.9), one of Los Angeles’ public radio stations and affiliate on National Public Radio. “I sent them a letter, […]

Pee-Wee Herman to host radio show on KCR...

Variety Music has received some inspirational press releases these days, but the one we got on Monday afternoon about Pee-Wee Herman receiving a radio show on KCRW is definitely a hall of fame. The short version is that legendary screen star Pee-Wee Herman will launch a radio show on KCRW, the popular national public radio […]

George Lyons’ Radio Show “The Lyons Den”

In the almost deserted studios of KUNV-FM, 91.5, on the UNLV campus, George Lyons takes care of the tasks – connecting the hard drives, familiarizing himself with the range of complicated equipment that surrounds him, checking the lists. of reading, arranging the notes for the good he will soon share a fluid crackle – necessary […]