Show still running – behind in podcasts

March 12th, 2008 | by aobaoill |

A Critical Ear has been broadcasting steadily, and I’ve been putting copies up on Audioport (from where WETX-LP picks them up) but I’ve been having difficulty connecting to Radio4All, where I’d been hosting publicly-accessible copies, and so fallen behind in posting here about show editions. This coming week we have a special edition of the show, where regular co-host Bob Naiman will be temporarily replaced by my good friends Paul Riismandel and John Anderson, both of them astute observers of our media environment. We’ll talk about the FCC’s current consultation on LPFM radio among many other things. Should be a fun show. Meanwhile, those listening to the show locally may have noticed that WRFU has gained some new public affairs content in the late afternoon and early evening. We’re building out a public affairs strip on automation, which will run during those hours when we have no scheduled shows (or when scheduled shows don’t broadcast). It should give listeners a chance to listen again to popular local shows such as Media Geek (Paul’s show) and Media Matters, as well as bringing new shows, such as War News Radio, to the community. Let us know what you think. 

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