KCSN-KSBR FM merger aims to create new Southland public radio powerhouse
The two noncommercial stations soon to be united are KCSN-FM, based at Cal State Northridge, and KSBR-FM at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo in south Orange County, both of which have been operating for years on the same 88.5 FM frequency.
Read more from the Los Angeles Times.
Tentative sale reached for KCSM-TV
Should the tentative deal be approved by the board, it could close the book on a process which began in 2011 to sell KCSM-TV, under an effort to eliminate a nearly $1 million annual deficit. The district’s well-known jazz radio station, KCSM, is not part of the deal.
Read more from the San Mateo Daily Journal.
Billiken Club Defunded by SLU’s Student Government, Future Uncertain
Funding has dried up for the Billiken Club.
That’s according to a post from the Saint Louis University-based venue’s Facebook page posted yesterday. According to the statement, the venue and its parent group KSLU, which is also the college’s radio station, have been “essentially defunded” by the Student Government Association.
“Despite great turn out and consistent and increasing of attendance to numerous shows over the past few years, SGA has found that the expense of the booking and putting on events was an ‘undue burden’ on students,” reads a portion of the statement.
Read more from the Riverfront Times.
KFJC-FM co-hosts and Broadcasts from “Live from the Icelandic Underground” Festival in Rejkjavik
Foothill College radio station KFJC 89.7 FM will again travel overseas to present adventurous music to its listeners all over the world. For its 8th such international live remote broadcast, KFJC is partnering with Icelandic music distribution service/magazine MYRKFÆLNI to present the two-day festival: Live from the Icelandic Underground at Hurra in Reykjavik, Iceland on Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16. Performances from ten Icelandic artists will be heard live over 89.7 FM in the San Francisco Bay Area, with simultaneous live streaming audio and HD video viewable at KFJC.org.
To learn more about the event, visit kfjc.org.
WEQX’s Morad: ‘I don’t ever see me leaving this place’
Tucked away amongst retail outlets and luxury hotels of Manchester, Vermont, the WEQX house is an anomaly of sorts. It’s chock full of vintage recording equipment, platinum records and band paraphernalia. Autographs from artists like Mondo Cozmo line the walls and a cat (who goes by multiple names, all inspired by legendary musicians) roams the hallways.
Read more from The Daily Gazette.