Vegging in the Park. This is a nice little write up in the Lincoln Journal Star about Community Crops and KZUM’s recent VegFest event. This event is growing in popularity each year. To learn more about next years event contact KZUM 89.3 FM for details.
KZUM gets national recognition!! Very exciting stuff!
We are pleased to announce that KZUM will be the recipient of proceeds from Paint Yourself Silly’s upcoming Naughty Pottery Night! The event will be held on Friday, October 28, 9:45 - midnight, at Paint Yourself Silly’s Haymarket location, 701 P Street, suite 103.
Join us for a night of naughty pottery, food, fun & games!! The theme of the evening is “The Day the Music Un-died!” Guests are encouraged to dress for the occasion - as your favorite undead musicians (think zombies here)!
Tickets are $12 in advance and $14 on the day of the event. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Paint Yourself Silly’s Haymarket location. Their phone number is: 402-474-1010. Your ticket price covers event admission and studio fee, however there are additional costs for your pottery.
Proceeds go to KZUM 89.3 FM, Nebraska’s ONLY community radio station!
What a creative way to have a great time while supporting KZUM! It’s going to be a really fun night so get your tickets fast!
This event is for those who are 18 & older.
Join us on Sunday, October 30th at 7pm for a night of hard rockin’ metal music, horror movies on the big screen and more! Super Happy Doom Time presents DEVIL’S NIGHT! $5 at the door covers your admission and proceeds benefit KZUM 89.3 FM. Devil’s Night will be held at the Bourbon Theater, 1415 O Street. Costumes are encouraged!!
mudwerks: Runaway - Del Shannon
On January 5, President Obama signed into law the Local Community Radio Act, which paves the way for hundreds of noncommercial FM stations. Maybe more.
I was lucky enough to get a chance to write about the law, the opportunities it creates, and the long battle it took to make it happen. Also: what terrestrial radio means in the age of the iPad, and how this all dovetails with ideas about “the power of local.”
This meant I talked with a lot of really smart, engaged people and stumbled across a bunch of old, illuminating articles. So in the not-particularly-long tradition of last year’s cassette feature, I’ll be sharing a few little things here under the “LPFM” tag.
I hope you’ll enjoy hearing about all this stuff as much as I did!
I won’t have time to read through Marc Hogan’s article on Pitchfork until later tonight, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t go ahead and read it right now along with all of the other links he’s been posting.
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 Jazeera’s hour-long newscasts as soon as they become available.
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 people.
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 people.
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, who is also school president.