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What are the Blues? by KZUM Programmer, Jimmy...
Listen to “Hudson Blue” Friday’s from 3-4:30pm on KZUM 89.3 FM/HD or online at www.KZUM.org! Some thoughts from Jimmy Hudson Recently I was asked “What are the blues?” While this is a tough question to answer, here are some thoughts to ponder. First one must open one’s mind. My skydiving friend Cory will tell you that your mind is like your parachute, it doesn’t work unless it’s...
Join KZUM & NET for “Coffee & Conversation” next Thursday, Feb. 16th at 6pm. This months feature is “More than a Month” by Shukree Hassan Tilghman. NET is located at 1800 N. 33rd Street. Make sure to tune in to KZUM on Wednesday, Feb. 15th from 5-6pm. Mizb Kzum will have a special Traffic Jam interview with the filmmaker. For more information on this ...
themusiclibrary: At Last - Etta James Sad to...
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KZUM Community Radio Moving to College View!
KZUM Community Radio Plans to Move Lincoln, NE, December 20, 2011: KZUM, Nebraska’s only non-profit community radio station, is pleased to announce that it will be moving its on-air studios and business office to 3534 South 48th Street in the spring of 2012. The new College View facilities will have street level access, ample off street parking, additional space for a second studio, and extra...
New Program Committee Members Elected!
Congratulations to Deb Andersen, Molly Pitcher, and Hilary Stohs-Krause on being elected to the 2012 Program Committee at KZUM! Deb hosts The Wimmin’s Show, Sunday afternoons from 11am to 1pm. Amy hosts The Melting Pot, Tuesday mornings from 8am to 10am. Hilary hosts X-Rated: Women in Music, Thursday afternoons from 1-3pm. Way to represent, ladies!! You rock!
Check out this great article in the Lincoln... →
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Drive-By Media: Connecticut radio still looking to... →
Al Jazeera’s coverage of the popular uprisings in the Middle East is creating a lot of U.S. demand for the Qatar-based network’s English-language broadcasts. Unfortunately, Connecticut isn’t on the short list of places in this country where they’re available, at least not quite yet. John Murphy, general manager of WHUS, says his community radio station is hoping to be able to broadcast Al...
Extremists in Congress want to silence public... →
Toronto Community Radio Station to go Silent Feb... →
After nearly 20 years of broadcasting, community radio station CKLN-FM will be forced off the air in February. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has revoked its licence. The station, a community-based campus radio station located at but not associated with Ryerson University, is to cease operation February 12. The station has a volunteer staff of some 200...
Radio station could connect junior high to... →
CORNER BROOK — Dylan Thomas and Kody Gardner are hoping to reduce the static between their school and community via radio. The two Presentation Junior High Grade 9 students began discussing the idea of school radio during the previous academic year, but it wasn’t until this year they really tried to get on the air. “It seemed like an original idea to do for a junior high school,” said Thomas,...
The Jazz 100 playlist →
harharhar: So maybe The Hood Internet’s mixtape #5 isn’t your thing today. That’s cool. NPR has you covered: 100 quintessential jazz recordings as crowdsourced by the listeners of Jazz24.org. They appear to be streaming the whole list.
VIDEO link: Short documentary about Radio Pikon... →
cseasucb: Radio Pikon Ane is a community radio station established in the Central Highlands in West Papua, Indonesia in 2007, with the assistance of the independent news agency KBR68H, and funding from the Media Development Loan Fund and the Dutch government. This short film looks at the radio station’s impact in Anyelma, where it is based, and in surrounding areas.
themusiclibrary: Young Bride - Midlake
shovel-city asked: I follow you, live in the same town, named my blog after a show I did on KZUM, and you're not following me? What's up with that?
The White Stripes announce their break up →
themusicjunkies: We’ll remember February 2nd, 2011 for two reasons: a massive blizzard and The White Stripes’ break-up. According to a notice posted on the band’s website, Jack and Meg White’s acclaimed collaboration is no more. “The reason is not due to artistic differences or lack of wanting to continue, nor any health issues as both Meg and Jack are feeling fine and in good health,” the...
New U.S. law could foster community radio boom →
(Reuters) - A tiny nonprofit organization operating a 12-year national campaign from a basement to get more noncommercial radio stations approved, may soon see its dream come true. On January 4, the nonprofit Prometheus and other groups seeking to diversify media ownership, scored a victory when President Barack Obama signed into law the Local Community Radio Act. It directs the Federal...
Awesome Thing #910
flyingonautopilot: When you arrive at your destination just as a great song ends on the radio.
Community radio isn’t just for pirates anymore →
Ask Jim Bear why he decided to only broadcast G-Town Radio’s community-based content online and you’ll get a very pragmatic answer: There wasn’t really an alternative. “It’s been impossible to have [a community radio station] in Philadelphia,” says Bear, who launched the station in 2006. “There’s just no space on the [FM] dial.” That is, until recently.
I just got a radio show!
ercornell: Saturdays from 10 am to noon on WBAR-Barnard College Radio. Riot Girl Parade :) Congrats!