Pacifica Radio’s national broadcasts are exciting opportunities for citizen journalists at local community radio stations to perform on the national stage. Just ask Columbus, Ohio reporter Evan Davis. Evan regularly Continue Reading →
Listen here beginning at 8 PM EST / 7 PM Central / 6 PM Mountain / 5 PM PST Four-hour live broadcasts on each of four nights: July 25, 26, 27, 28
Pacifica Radio Network brings you live coverage of the Democratic Convention from Phildelphia. Margaret Prescod (KPFK-Pacifica) and Askia Muhammed (WPFW-Pacifica), together with community radio reporters and expert commentators, bring you minute-by-minute live coverage from the floor of the convention hall and from the streets where thousands have gathered to be heard.
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A well-known and much-respected member of the community radio world is moving on to print journalism with his hire as publisher of The Progressive magazine. Norman Stockwell, who worked at Continue Reading →
“Pacifica”—the name says more than you may know. Pacifica and indeed all public radio was the idea of a Quaker pacifist and poet Lewis Hill, and his pacifist and artist friends at Continue Reading →
Envisioning the content and format of a local station is the heart of community radio’s excitement. For residents of Troy, New York, WOOC (105.3 LPFM) offers that chance. Volunteers, activists, Continue Reading →