Speaking of Internet Radio… Kill Radio The LA Weekly has a nice feature story on Kill Radio, a free-form Internet radio station in LA that grew out of the LA Indymedia Center’s on-line station that covered the Democratic Convention last Fall, and is the new home for DJs from a defunct pirate station. So much […]
Archive | May, 2001
BBC To End Shortwave Service to N. America The LA Times reports that the BBC World Service plans to discontinue it’s broadcasts oriented towards N. America, in order to cut costs. Alternately, the BBC plans to rely on its Internet feed and on public stations that carry the World Service to reach the North American […]
More on Congressional Forum on Pacifica: John Anderson of the Pirate/Free Radio Page at About.com has a nice report and summary on this forum as his feature for this week. He listened to 2+ hours of testimony so you don’t have to.
Congressional Forum on LPFM and Pacifica Available On-Line It’s available in mp3 format at the A-Info Radio Project. I’ll probably play excerpts from this on Sunday’s show.
Newspapers and Magazines Laying Off Like Mad–A Boon for Indymedia? The NY Times reports that “Newspapers Plan More Cuts as Their Ad Revenues Fall,” with Gannet’s USA Today making its first ever layoff of journalists, along with cutbacks at Knight-Ridder and the NY Times’ parent company. Since newpapers now operate under the same rules as […]