[Marxism] Socialist candidate for US president to be interviewed on 100+ FSRN radio stations today

Ruthless Critic of All that Exists ok.president+marxml at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 22:26:08 MDT 2008


Very interesting news. It's great that the logjam in the media is
being slowly broken up (thanks especially to new media like the
Internet).

RC.

> SOCIALIST PRES. CANDIDATE TO BE INTERVIEWED TUESDAY ON FREE
> SPEECH RADIO NEWS NATIONWIDE & OVERSEAS ON 100+
> STATIONS
>
> Spring Hill, Florida, Monday, June 9, 2008:   Socialist
> Party USA presidential nominee, Brian Moore, will be
> interviewed  by Free Speech
> Radio News nationwide and internationally on over 100
> stations, on Tuesday, June 10th.
>
> Most of the programs air in the late afternoon or early
> evening, with several in the morning.  They will also be
> repeated in 6, 12 and 18 hour intervals on most of the
> stations.  Following are some of the station locations,
> letters and dial numbers:
>
>
>
>
>       Station City FSRN airs
>       KAOS, 89.3 FM Olympia, WA 5:00 pm
>       KBCS, 91.3 FM Bellevue, WA 6:00 pm Mon-Wed & Fri
>       KBOO, 90.7 FM Portland, OR Mon-Thur 5:00-6:00 pm
>       Fri 5:00-5:30 pm
>       During KBOO Evening News
>       KBRP LP, 96.1 FM Bisbee, Arizona 5:30 pm
>       KCSB, 91.9 FM Santa Barbara, CA 5:30 pm
>       KDUR, 91.9 FM, 93.9 FM Durango, CO 5:00 pm
>       KDVS, 90.3 FM Davis, CA 4:30 pm
>       KEOS, 89.1 FM College Station, TX 4:30 pm
>       KFAI, 90.3FM, 106.7FM Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 6:30
> pm
>       KFCF, 88.1 FM Fresno, CA 3:30 pm
>       KGNU, 88.5 FM
>       1390 AM Boulder, CO
>       Denver, CO Tues-Fri 5:30 am and
>       Mon-Fri 5:30 pm
>       KITR-LP, 101.5 FM Kettle Fall, WA Mon-Fri 6PM
>       Tue-Fri 7AM & Sat 6:30 am
>       KMJG, 88.9 FM  Homer, AK 5:30 pm
>       KMUD, 91.1 FM
>       KMUE, 88.3 FM
>       KLAI, 90.3 FM Garberville, CA
>       Eureka, CA
>       Laytonville, CA 6:00 pm
>       KPFA, 94.1 FM Berkeley, CA 3:30 pm
>       KPFK, 90.7 FM
>       98.7 FM Los Angles, CA
>       Santa Barbara, CA 6:30 pm
>       KPFT, 90.1 FM Houston, TX 5:30 pm
>       KRBS-LP 107.1 FM Oroville, CA 5:30
>       KRCL 90.9 FM Salt Lake City, UT Tue-Fri 5:30 am
>
>       KSLC, 90.3 FM McMinnville, Oregon 5:00 pm
>       KSUA, 91.5 FM Fairbanks, Alaska 1:30 pm
>       KSVR, 91.7 FM Mt Vernon, WA 1:00 pm and 5:30 pm
>       KUCR, 88.3 FM Riverside, CA 5:00 pm
>       KUGS, 89.3 FM Bellingham, WA 6:30 pm
>       KUOI, 89.3 FM Moscow, ID 6:00 pm
>       KWCW, 90.5 FM  Walla Walla, WA 5:00 pm
>       KWJG, 91.5 FM  Kasilof, AK 5:30 pm Monday-Friday
>       KWVA, 88.1 FM  Eugene, OR 6:00 pm
>       KYRS, 95.3 FM
>       92.3 FM Spokane, WA 4:00 pm
>       KZFR, 90.1 FM Chico, CA 5:00 pm
>
>       KZYX&Z, 88.3 FM
>       90.7 FM
>       91.5 FM Philo, CA 4:00 pm
>
>       WBAI, 99.5 FM New York City, NY 6:30 pm
>       WCBN, 88.3 FM Ann Arbor, MI 5:30 pm
>       WDBX, 91.1 FM Carbondale, IL 5:30 pm
>       WDFH, 90.3 FM Ossining, New York 6:00 pm
>       WEFT, 90.1 FM Champaign-Urbana, IL 5:00 pm
>       WEOS, 89.7 FM, 90.3 FM Geneva, NY 6:00 pm
>       WERU, 89.9 FM East Orland, ME 4:30 pm
>       WESU, 88.1 FM Middleton, CT 6:00 pm
>       WFHB, 91.3 FM, 98.1 FM Bloomington, IN 5:00 pm
>       WGDR, 91.1 FM Plainfield, VT 6:00 pm
>       WJFF, 90.5 FM Jefferson, NY 6:00 pm
>       WJUL, 91.5 FM Lowell, Massachusetts Mon. & Wed.
> 10:05am
>       WHUS, 91.7 FM Storrs, CT 5:30 pm
>
>
>
>       WMNF, 88.5 FM Tampa, FL 6:00 pm
>       WMPG, 90.9 FM, 104.1 FM Portland, ME 7:00pm
>       WMRW-LP, 95.1 FM Warren, VT 7:00 pm
>
>       WNCU, 90.7 FM Durham, NC 6pm
>
>
>       WORT, 89.9 FM Madison, WI 6:00 pm
>       WPFW, 89.3 FM Washington, DC midnight
>       WPVM, 103.5 FM Asheville, NC 7:30pm, 1:30am
>       WPKN, 89.5 FM Bridgeport, CT 6:00 pm
>       WRFG, 89.3 FM Atlanta, GA 4:00 pm
>       WRFL, 88.1 FM Lexington, KY 4:00 pm Wednesdays
>       WRFN, 98.9 FM Nashville, TN 8:30 am
>
>       WRIR, 97.3 FM Richmond, VA 4:00 pm
>
>
>       WRYR, 97.5 FM Sherwood, Maryland 6:30pm
>       WSOE, 89.3 FM Elon, NC Morning and Noon
>
>       WTND, 106.3 FM Macomb, IL 5:00 pm
>       WUSB, 90.1 FM Stony Brook, NY 5:30 pm
>       WWUH, 91.3 FM West Hartford, CT M-W 8:00 pm, Th 7:30
> pm, & F 7:00 pm
>       WVJW,94.1 FM Benwood, WV Headlines
>       WXEY, 99.7 MHz (very low power) Kendallville, IN 6:30
> PM
>       WXOU, 88.3 FM Auburn Hills, MI 4:30 pm
>       WYAP, 101.7 FM Clay, West Virginia TBA
>       WZRD, 88.3 FM Chicago, Illinois 4:30 pm and 10pm
>       WZKW-LP, 106.7 FM Kingsville, Ohio 5:30
>
>
>
>
> INTERNET AND MICRO POWER STATIONS; PLUS SHORTWAVE RADIO TO
> 120 COUNTRIES THAT AIR FSRN:
>
>
>
>       Station City  FSRN airs
>       Blast Furnace Radio, Internet Stream often
>       Dade City Micro Radio, Dade City, FL 7:00 pm
>       Dark Star Radio, Internet Stream 6:00 pm Moutain Time
>
>       Freak Radio Santa Cruz, 96.3 FM Santa Cruz, CA 5:00
> pm
>       Free Radio Twin Cities, 93.1 FM Minneapolis-St. Paul,
> MN 1-2 times a week, time varies
>       Free Radio San Diego, 96.9 FM San Diego, California
> 8:00 am and 5:00 pm
>       Gimp Radio, Internet Stream 4:00 pm
>       The Journey Internet Stream 5:00 pm
>       San Luis Obispo LPFM, 91.7 FM San Luis Obispo,
> California 5:00 pm
>       Radio for Peace Intl. Costa Rica-based, shortwave
> radio to 120 countries see below***
>
>
> Radio For Peace International (RFPI) shortwave broadcasts:
> Monday - Friday: 0000 UTC/GMT (7:00 pm Eastern) on 15.040
> (19 meters
> shortwave). Listeners may also try the following
> alternative
> frequencies: 7.445 and 21.815 UpperSide Band (40 and 13
> meters
> respectively). Important Note: the original broadcast above
> also
> repeats 6 and 12 hours later on many of the same
> frequencies. Friday's
> FSRN also will see an encore presentation on Saturday at
> 1630 GMT/UTC
> or 11:30 am Eastern, repeated 6, 12, and 18 hours later.
> Listeners can
> also tune into their live MP3 broadcast at
> www.boinklabs.com/ifpi.html
>
>
> Following are the three links that carry some of the FSRN
> stations listed above:
>
> http://www.fsrn.org/stations/affiliate
>
> http://www.fsrn.org/stations/micro-power
>
> http://www.fsrn.org/
>
> Free Speech Radio News (FSRN), which broadcasts a
> half-hour, worker-run daily newscast on more than 100
> stations nationwide, has long been a beacon in the global
> media justice movement. By regularly highlighting the
> voices of marginalized communities most affected by social
> and economic policy changes, the newscast challenges old
> models of media access and media control. Thanks to the
> more than 150 reporters worldwide who live and work in the
> communities they report from, FSRN has re-shaped the way
> critical issues are represented in the news. Headlines
> editor Shannon Young says that FSRN is an unmatched model.
> "Our international network of community-based
> reporters is unique for a US-based news outlet."




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