Radio Free America is an online hub for community, college and public radio streams, serving up two weeks of archived programming, on demand. Founded by CEO Kenneth Pushkin in 2013, the platform now hosts more than 125 noncommercial stations free of charge. Pushkin and RFA’s station relations manager Jeff Abrams join to explain more about the service.
They also share some of their own radio experiences. Abrams talks about the community station he helped to found in Boise, Idaho. Pushkin tells us about the syndicated college radio show he started in the early 1980s, which had to be distributed via vinyl LP. It’s a side helping of tasty radio history.Be sure to subscribe to Radio Survivor in your favorite podcast app or platform so that you never miss an episode.
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