For the first time in a decade, the FCC is opening up 1,000 new licenses for low-power radio stations. Will there be one in your community?
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According to contributor gianofer fields, those of us who are unfamiliar with the ways of Social Media may question the validity of the Insta famous. Her advice: you might want […]
Jo Jensen is a retired teacher and artist bursting with creativity. Her latest body of work features her favorite R and B artists like Marvin Gaye and Big Mama Thornton, […]
The first thing you will notice should you be fortunate enough to meet Cedric Johnson is his impeccable style. Johnson is the Community Services Manager at Madison Gas and Electric, […]
It’s no secret that we live in the age of digital images. If you have a smartphone, you can search for an apartment or find true-ish love, perhaps both by […]
As adults, we may fondly look back at what were once childish things with a bit of nostalgia. However, how many of us use those memories of books, toys, or […]
Jan Miyasaki interviews Frieda Werden of the Women’s International News Gathering Service (WINGS) about that group’s 30-plus year effort to bring community radio to the masses, and women to community […]
Fresh from the World Championships of Street Magic in Germany, magician Nickey Fynn wows us with sleight of hand on the radio.
To kick off our winter pledge drive, we’re going meta with today’s topic of radio and news literacy. Patty is joined by Joel Glaser, chief executive officer of the Association […]
Twenty-five years ago, a cute little yellow cat-like thing cooed “Pika Pika” as a very determined young man tried his hardest to catch them all. Pokémon is 25 years old, […]