Marathon Broadcast to Save Internet Radio! Duane Whittingham, producer of the Tom and Darryl Show, e-mailed me this announcement: The RIAA and CARP want the Library of Congress to impose large fees imposed on webcasters, this has been discussed on the various shows on W0KIE and the net. Well now via one of the largest […]
Archive | April, 2002
Counterpoint on the Washington Post’s Treament of IMC My pal John Anderson — former editor of the Radio/Pirate Radio page at About.com — e-mailed me with some comments on last week’s Washington Post article about IMC journalists covering the A20 protests. Overall, he doesn’t think I’m being critical enough of the Post, and then registers […]
The haul from Quimby’s: At yesterday’s underground bookstore outing we picked up several fine publications that I’ll share. The book that instantly made me go “gotta have it,” is Tape Op; The Book About Creative Music Recording, edited by Larry Crane, which is chock full of interesting techniques for the DIY and low-budget/no-budget sound recordist. […]
USA Today reports that many ‘net radio stations will have a day of silence this Wednesday in order to protest the outrageous copyright fees being levied on them.
I’m going to Chicago this afternoon, will probably visit Quimby’s again. If you click through that Quimby’s link, you’ll see I wrote about the zine bookmobile project. Those folks e-mailed me a few weeks ago and said they’re thinking of passing through Urbana, since apparently they’ve gotten a few requests. If you’re an Urbana-ite and […]