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The IMC Radio Network is a global collaborative project, intended to help create and distribute radical radio programming. Get Involved by joining the IMC-Audio list or the UK Radio list. (NB. All mail is publicly archived). Also check out the global Indymedia Radio website for content and links to radio projects around the globe.
Indypendent Radio Groups in the UK
Indymedia Radio London consists of groups and individuals working within the IMC UK framework to produce radio programs. They produce an hour of radio per week which is broadcast in London by Resonance fm every Wedensday between 1 and 2 pm. Indymedia Radio London / Resonance Archive
More info about the Indymedia London radio group can be found in the Uk RadioLondon twiki page. To get involved join the imc-london-audio mailing list where most of the work relating to London radio projects gets discussed.
Radio RampArt is a project 'bringing you revolutionary vibes from London's East End, rampART radio is an internet radio station putting out daily news and events listings, along with some of the best revolutionary tunes and parodies you are likely to come accross anywhere on the net.' RampArt MP3 stream
Under The Pavement has been broadcasting for over three years and brings you regular guests and interviews, news from Indymedia, what's on guide in association with The Networking Newsletter Project and reports from south Manchester's radical and activist communities. Tune in every other Monday from 9.00pm until 11.00pm on ALL FM 96.9 across south Manchester and online at www.allfm.org.
Slow Small Peasants Radical programing from London.
In July 2005 the Radical Radio Coalition started Streaming internet radio from Scotland covering the G8 protests and providing in-depth coverage on the issues being discussed. A coalition of radical radio makers - individuals and organisations, experienced and novice. Who tried to work with as many radical radio makers as possible, in Scotland and elsewhere. Programming was in as many languages as are supported by participants. Their audio archive is here.
To request a link please mail your recommendation with brief outline to email@example.com.
- Indymedia Radio
is the Indymedia network's global radio site. Here you can find links to grassroots independent radio projects around the world, a live internet radio directory, an aggregated listing of sound files published to Indymedia sites around the world, and open publishing of radio and radio-related news and content.For more information, to make a suggestion, or to report problems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Note, your e-mail will be publicly archived on this open list.
See also frequently-asked-questions and other information at the projects Twiki.
- Indymedia D.R.O.P. project.
The 'distributed radio open project' is a global radio broadcast network for the distribution of news and information. We believe that a free and democratic media is a fundamental building block to real political democracy. We are committed to changing the political and economic institutions that fuel the cycle of war, exploitation, racism, hate, violence and poverty. We strive to give voice to the thousands of grassroots struggles for freedom and justice around the world.
- The A-Infos Radio Project was formed in 1996 by grassroots broadcasters, free radio journalists and cyber-activists to provide ourselves with the means to share our radio programs via the Internet. Listen online or download programmes fro re-broadcast.
- Blast Furnace Radio is operated out of the basement of the Duncan and Porter House of Hospitality and Resistance, which is shelter to who ever arrives at the door and provides fertile soil for activism in the Pittsburgh area. The station, constructed from all donated and found materials, features Catlin the Destroyer (a 2-yr old Web Jockey), songs played on a Fisher Price record player, and other kickass audio.
- OneWorld Radio
OneWorld Radio offers services and networking for broadcasters and civil society organisations who are using radio for human rights, sustainable development and democracy. Here you will find radio programmes for exchange, news, training and funding resources, and a growing directory of community members who are using radio for change.
AMARC is an international non-governmental organization serving the community radio movement, with almost 3 000 members and associates in 106 countries. Its goal is to support and contribute to the development of community and participatory radio along the principals of solidarity and international cooperation
- InterWorld Radio
InterWorld Radio is a source of daily news bulletins and broadcast quality features for radio stations and online listeners. We commission local journalists all over the world to file reports on the critical global issues of our time - economics, human rights, environment, international trade, science and technology.
- Democracy Now Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. The program is hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez and produced out of the Downtown Community Television Center, a community media center in New York City’s Chinatown.
- Free Radio Santa Cruz freek radio pirate radio home of SkidMark Bob
- The Pacifica Network
- Prometheus Radio Project To help start a regional micropower association, which could eventually serve as a self-regulating association for low power fm analagous to the ARRL for HAM radio. Until this is formed, we will perform some of its future functions, primarily performing a coordinating and secretarial role to facilitate communications among existing stations.
- CKUT 90.3 FM McGill Radio Inc. is a non-profit campus community radio station that provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montreal and surrounding areas. We broadcast 24 hours a day, every day. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on your FM dial, or 91.7 by cable, or tune in by Real Audio over the Internet.
- UK Community Media
The CMA is the UK association for Community Media. The CMA supports people to establish and develop local media enterprises for community-based creatice and culural expresion, community development, information and entertainment. The CMA provides information, advice, training and consultancy. It produces publications and organises events, and it represents the interests of community media to Government, regulators, industries and the voluntary sector.
- DIYmedia audio archives
Archive of indiependent radio links
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