Saturday, February 25, 2006

RadioNation with Laura Flanders: In South Dakota, Kate Looby, Lynn Patrow, Richard Goldstein, Charon Asetoyer, Terry Allen, Jordan Flaherty ...

Kat here. Giving you the heads up to RadioNation with Laura Flanders. Laura's in South Dakota this weekend on the Purple tour to demonstrate how we're not "red" states or "blue" states but a varied nation that has a variety in every state, in every county, in every city and town.

RadioNation with Laura Flanders
This Weekend:
Do progressives need a new strategy in the culture wars?
Saturdays & Sundays, 7-10pm ET on Air America Radio
From South Dakota, Planned Parenthood's state director Kate Looby, Lynn Patrow of National Advocates for Pregnant Women and Charon Asetoyer of the Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center on what's next and what's needed as the nation's cruelest abortion ban awaits the governor's pen.

Then, from the Chicago suburbs, Democratic congressional candidate Christine Cegelis on her grassroots primary campaign.
Plus an Oscar preview with the Nation's culture-watcher Richard Goldstein.
And a media roundtable with New Orleanian Jordan Flaherty and "Information Is Power" reporter Terry Allen.
If you missed last weekend's live broadcast from Nevada, a one-hour version is available here:
It's all on RadioNation with Laura Flanders this weekend on Air America Radio.

So make a point to listen. Laura always gives you plenty to think about. Not just in the show's opening but throughout. (The opening's are my favorite part, they're where Laura comments on the week past and the week coming up.)

Ruth's Public Radio Report

Ruth: "You have no idea of it's reach!" That's what Treva told me over the phone Thursday from Arizona. As most of the community knows, Treva is my best friend of many, many years, someone who is active in any and every cause and someone who criss-crosses the country while I remain sedentary in what we were told would be our "golden years." Two wars waging and a third on the horizon does not even strike me as silver years. Maybe plastic.

But what was Treva speaking of? Democracy Now! What began as a Pacifica radio program on WBAI ten years ago, to cover the 1996 elections, is now a podcast, a TV show, still a radio program and so much more. I knew from my online family (this community) and my offline family that the program was a force to be reckoned with. But when Treva called and, during the course of our conversation, asked what would be the focus of this week's report, she wanted to weigh in.

She said that regardless of what town or city she is in, there is always someone recommending the program to her. It may be a teenager just getting active, it may be someone closer to our own generation. Regardless of age, gender or race, someone is always asking her if she has heard of Democracy Now!?

We have all heard of it but for anyone passing by, Democracy Now! is an hour long program that is hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. The structure of the program is to spend roughly ten minutes items in the news, or items that should be in the corporate news, and to then explore issues in depth. That may mean interviewing a reporter from anywhere in the world or it might mean a sit down interview in the studio (whichever studio if the show is "on the road") or it could mean a debate. But it always means going in depth, beyond the headlines. It always means asking the questions that would otherwise go unasked.

C.I. and Mike have both commented on the fact that Ms. Goodman does not get lost in an interview and does not allow the audience to get lost either. When, in the midst of an answer, a guest brings up a new issue in passing, Ms. Goodman can be counted on to say, "Let's back up . . ." and not move on, as is so often in the case in interviews, to the next question. I am sure that as part of the work and she and the staff do, preparations are made ahead of time. But you hear, see or read someone who is actually listening and who is willing to explore a topic. That, in itself, is revolutionary in this day and age where the trade off on most programs seems to be, "I'll give you access to my audience and you can just tick off your talking points without worrying about me questioning them."

Hear, see or read? Democracy Now! airs on over four hundred stations. This includes Pacifica radio stations, community radio stations, college radio stations, NPR, PBS, public access TV and two satellite channels: Free Spech TV channel 9415 on Dish TV and Link TV channel 9410 on DIRECT TV. Globally, it is carried on Europe's World Radio Network and Australia's Community Broadcasting Associaton. Where there is online access, there is access to Democracy Now! Online, they stream the program both in audio format and in video format as well as allowing you to subscribe to their podcast. There is no charge for any of those services. Also online, here is where the "read" comes in, you can read transcripts of the show. The latter feature is something that members with older operating systems on their computers have noted they are grateful for in e-mails.

And let me do an announcement for members in the Dallas, Texas area. A number of them have written to complain about the fact that the local NPR (KERA) would not air Democracy Now! despite the fact that it has plenty of time to repeat some NPR programs twice daily. Democracy Now! has been added to Dallas Community Television (DCTV) and broadcasts twice daily: at seven in the morning and eleven at night. I am not sure whether members like Billie who live in the "greater DFW area" will be able to pick that up but I know that members who live in Dallas proper and have cable will be able to. And thanks to Eddie for passing that on and to Billie and Eddie for patiently explaining to me the "greater DFW area." Let me also encourage members in that area to continue to request that KERA air Democracy Now! Though I have never visited the city, I find it hard to believe that, for instance, there is a huge demand,outcry or need for two daily airings of Fresh Air.

For those attempting to locate a staion broadcasting Democracy Now! in their area, you can go online and check at the website.

So we have talked about the ways you can follow the program and we have talked about the show's format. Now we can focus on the nitty gritty. On August 19, 2005, where was Democracy Now! broadcasting from? Live from Camp Casey where they interviewed Cindy Sheehan, Ann Wright, Collen Rowley, and Hadi Jawad of the Crawford Peace House (among others). And, as C.I. pointed out, the Democracy Now! audience was already familiar with Cindy Sheehan before she made her first trip to Crawford. That is due to the fact that the program is not interested in providing the same sources you find on Meet the Press, who usually appear on Face The Nation and This Week and sometimes do all three on the same Sunday. The program is a chronicle of our times, addressing the issues that impact our lives.

Which is why we get reports like the ones featured on the March 15, 2005 broadcast: an interview with Kathie Dobie who wrote, for Harper's Magazine, of the 5,500 plus troops who had gone AWOL, as well an interview with three who had refused to continue to fight in the illegal war (Kevin Benderman, Carl Webb and a third man who did not want to be identified, plus
Mark Benjamin speaking on the casualities of those returning. Is war nothing more than flashy military toys? Democracy Now! thinks so which is why they take the time to interview Pablo
Paredes. These are the stories of our times, not what an administration spokesperson says, something that will usually be retracted in a few months, if not weeks. These are concrete stories about the world around us.

I asked Treva what stood out to her the most of all the reports she has followed on Democracy Now! Her choice, without hesitation, was the 2004 coverage of the DNC and RNC conventions.
For that coverage, the program expanded to two hours each day and went beyond the chosen few commentators of the mainstream press to give you a real sense of what was going on in Boston and New York City and how it would impact your lives.

My grandaughter Tracey didn't select two weeks of coverage, but she did select part one and part two of the interview with Hugo Chavez done by Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez and Margret Prescod of Sojourner Truth.

Betty selected the Rosa Parks coverage because "it shows the importance of the show and of independent media. Besides offering the very real perspective of what Rosa Parks stood for, something that was sorely missing in the 'she must have been tired and just wanting to sit down' mainstream coverage, they also dug into the Pacifica archives to provide her in her own words."

I asked Dona for her choice of favorite Democracy Now! report and she decided to "step away from the obvious" and note the program that airs on some holidays and explores the life of Yip Harburg, the lyricist of "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and much more.

For Elaine it would have to be the interview with Gareth Peirce, the British human rights attorney representing former prisoners of Guantanamo. Elaine told me that the interview had stayed with her and that it also includes the "key" to Democracy Now! when Amy Goodman reassures Ms. Peirce that there is time to respond because the program is not about soundbytes.

Jim selected an April 2005 interview with Naomi Klein on the topic of disaster capitalism which appears to be the only planning that the administration thought to do before invading Iraq.

Rebecca replied, "Anything with Robert Parry makes my favorite list but probably the one from last spring where he was on to address the issue of terrorist Luis Posada Carriles."

Also on terrorism, Mike noted the interview with Jennifer Harbury, in July, about torture committed by the CIA. For Jess, "no question, it's the interview with Jennifer Dohrn. Throughout the media, people who should have known better were hailing Mark Felt as a 'hero.' Democracy Now! wasn't afraid to challenge that talking point. Dohrn gave witness to reality and where else would that happen but Democracy Now!?" Trina selected the interview with Camilo Mejia upon his release from jail because "I didn't see the [Boston] Globe rushing to interview him. The story matters but you get to a certain age and you learn what matters to the people and what matters to the corporate press are frequently two different things." Trina also added that, for her husband, she'd better note the broadcast of Jessica Lange's speech at the September rally in D.C. "We saw that, remember?" Trina reminded me. "In person, and he and Jim's father were like school boys while she was speaking. You would have thought they'd have it out of their systems but when it aired the following Monday, I heard all over again how smart and how beautiful Jessica Lange was. She is. You don't need to hear that from your husband repeatedly but for those who missed the speech, it was worth airing."

For Kat, "It's the hour with Janis Karpinski. I have mixed feelings about Karpinski regarding what she could have done or couldn't have done but that was a solid, hour long interview and Goodman asked tough questions." Ty also selected an hour long interview, the one with Jane Goodall on "the environment, nature, animals and the world! It had everything."

My grandson Jayson could not choose one so he selected the interview with Alice Walker this month and he wanted me to note that the archived broadcasts are avaiable free of charge. One he enjoyed recently was the conversation between Howard Zinn and Arundhati Roy. He added, "Democracy Now! never suffers from 'War Got Your Tongue?'"

Wally had a broad topic: "The coverage of Iraq. All of it. People surprised by what's going on today should have been watching Democracy Now! One of my favorite guests on the subject is Dahr Jamail. One broadcast? Where he talked about the attacks on the hospitals in Iraq. And Dave Zirin talking about sports and politics and the impact the mixture can have and does have from athletes speaking out to stadiums that soak tax payers and enrich business."

Ava was almost as hard to pin down as C.I. She finally noted that whether "it's media consolidation or Judith Miller, the show leads on the issues and doesn't wait to see what's 'breaking' on CBS, for instance. If I was to narrow it down to one report, keeping that in mind, I'd go with a report on Filiberto Ojeda Rios being murdered by FBI agents back in September." C.I.? "Ruth, you know if I pick one story, the e-mails will pour in saying, 'How could you forget ___ and ___ and ___ and . . ." After additional pestering, I was able to pin down C.I. "Okay, one story? I'll drop back to the nineties so if any member wishes I'd picked something in the last few years, I'm going historical, that's my excuse. Operation Tailwind. CNN and Time washed their hands of the story. They disowned it, even though it wasn't bad reporting. I remember friends from CNN calling and saying, 'You've got to listen to Democracy Now! right now.' They covered it when the mainstream media wanted to bury it. What happened to Mary Mapes and the others at CBS can be traced back to what was done to April Oliver and Jack Smith. A story gets too 'hot' and it stops being about journalism and the job reporters do as the corporate office panics and turns it into 'court of law' issues. Oliver and Smith's reporting stood up as reporting, Mapes reporting stood up as reporting. In both cases, external pressure caused news organizations to cave and everytime they do that and get away with it, it's all the much harder for the next reporter to break a story."

Cedric selected the interview with musician and activist Harry Belafonte that aired in January which was a powerful interview and I saved Cedric's pick for last because Mr. Belafonte is participating in an event for Democracy Now! next month:

Democracy Now! and WBAI invite you to join us for an evening of conversation with Harry Belafonte, Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez and WBAI's Bernard White as we mark the 3rd anniversary of the invasion of Iraq and the 10th anniversary of Democracy Now!
Saturday, March 18, 2006
The Great Hall at Cooper Union
East 7th Street at Third Avenue
New York City
Pre-event reception: 6-7 p.m.

A special gathering with Harry Belafonte and Amy Goodman.
Hors d'oeuvres & Refreshments served.
Ticket price (includes admission to main event): $100
Main Event: 7 p.m.
Ticket price: $25
Space is limited. Purchase your tickets today by clicking on the link directly above.
Tickets can be picked up at Cooper Union beginning at 4:30 PM on March 18th. Please print and bring the receipt generated at the end of this transaction to facilitate your ticket pick up.

On the stories selected above, did you see your favorite? As Marci would guess, I would pick a segment with Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights and Law and Disorder. But if, in the wide range of selections, you did not see your favorite report, consider that a testimony to the quality of Democracy Now! because there is so much to choose from. To celebrate the ten years of excellent programming, a special website has been set up that is offering highlights chosen by the people who work so hard to bring you Democracy Now! each Monday through Friday.

Want to celebrate the tenth anniversary but unable to attend the March 18th event? As Maria says, "Get the word out."

Now for a "get the word out" story from an e-mail that came in Friday evening. Andrea Lewis is a strong interviewer as anyone who has listened to KPFA's The Morning Show can tell you. One of our members in Texas listens online. Friday, while he was listening, a friend dropped by during the last hour of The Morning Show. Later the friend called asking for help finding "the NPR program you were listening to." The friend wanted to hear the interview Ms. Lewis had conducted with again and had gone to the NPR website but could not find it. Our member corrected that it was not NPR, it was Pacifica Radio and directed his friend to the KPFA archives. That is getting the word out. Want to increase the power and reach of Pacifica? Help get the word out.

By the way Friday's The Morning Show contained several interviews with authors:

Marc Siegel (Bird Flu: Everything You Need to Know about the Next Pandemic), Taylor Branch (At Canaan's Edge: America in the King Years 1965 -68), Rabbi Michael Lerner (The Left Hand of God: Taking Back Our Country From The Religious Right) and a joint interview with Josh Kun (Audiotopia: Music, Race and America) and Kevin Phinney (Souled America: How Black Music Transformed White Culture)

All were wonderful interviews; however, it was the joint interview with Mr. Kun and Mr. Phinney that led to the attempts to hunt down the archived version of the broadcast.

Upcoming programs:

1) From KPFT in Houston:

Program Preemption on Tuesday, February 28 - 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Senate hearings on the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program.

I do not doubt that other Pacifica stations may carry this but this morning only KPFT had a note up about it on their main page. Eight in the morning until five in the evening are Central Time Zone times.

2) KPFA's Sunday Salon with Larry Bensky (9:00 am Pacific time, noon Eastern time):
First Hour
This week on Sunday Salon... In our first hour: The U.S. Military, Special Forces, and the Rise of the Rumsfeld Doctrine. Joining us: Cindy Williams, Principal Research Scientist of the Security Studies Program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and author, Holding the Line: U.S. Defense Alternatives for the Early 21st Century (MIT Press 2001) and Filling the Ranks: Transforming the U.S. Military Personnel System (MIT Press, 2004). Linda Robinson, Senior Writer for U.S. News & World Report specializing in national security issues. Philippe Sands, author, Lawless World: America and the Making and Breaking of Global Rules--From FDR's Atlantic Charter to George W. Bush's Illegal War
Second Hour
In our second hour... California's default into a death penalty moratorium. We'll check in with a physician regarding the medical ethics issues that led to the indefinite stay this week of Michael Morales' execution, then, an interview with Sister Helen Prejean ("Dead Man Walking" and "The Death of Innocents")

Last item, I know these reports seem to get longer and longer but there is always so much to note, Grant passed this on so offer congratulations to KPFT:

Texas Music Award Nominations: Who's Texas Music? Your Texas Music! KPFT has been nominated for a few awards in the 2006 My Texas Music Awards. KPFT and KPFT programmers have been nominated in the following categories:
Radio Station of the Year KPFT 90.1 FM
Disc Jockey of the Year Chris Collins, H.A.A.M. Radio (Mondays, 3:30-5:30)
Larry Winters, Spare Change (Saturdays, Noon 3:00 p.m.)
Your vote counts! VOTE NOW!

Democracy Now! ten years and it's everywhere (list of stations airing Democracy Now!)

I'm assuming there will be multiple errors when this hits the site (probably with the icons) but Ruth's Public Radio Report today is on Democracy Now! and it's tenth anniversary.  As we did with FAIR's recent anniversary, we'll note the stations that broadcast Democracy Now!  You can click here and see the list at the Democracy Now! website. 
The point of noting the stations is a) we're a resource/review and b) it is everywhere.  Get the word out.  And, note, links are included to help bring the program to your community.
Can't find your area? You can help bring Democracy Now! to a radio or television station in your community. To find out how, click here.
Across the U.S.
  • DirecTV: Link TV, Channel 375, M-F: 11am-12noon, 6-7pm EST
  • DISH Network: Link TV channel 9410, M-F: 11am-12noon, 6-7pm EST and Free Speech TV, channel 9415, M-F: 8-9am, 12noon-1pm, 7-8pm & 12midnight-1am EST
Birmingham (Internet Station) 1 p.m., 6 p.m., M-F
Anchorage KYES TV 5/Channels 29, 80 & 5 All channels, 4 am M-F;KYES UHF 29/80 & VHF 12: 1 a.m. Mon, 12 a.m. Th-Fri
Anchorage KUDO 1080 AM 6 p.m., M-F
Fairbanks KSUA 91.5 FM 5 p.m. M-F
Girdwood KEUL 88.9 FM 7-9:30 p.m. W + occasionally
Homer KMJG, 88.9 FM Noon, M-F
Kasilof KWJG, 91.5 FM Noon, M-F
Bisbee KBRP-LP 96.1 mHz 10 am, 6 pm, M-F w/ Spanish headlines at noon
Prescott Access 13, Cable Ch. 13 3 p.m., T, Th
Tucson AccessTucson, Ch.99, Cox Comm 6 a.m., 5 p.m., 11 p.m. M-F
Tucson KXCI 91.3 FM 3-4 p.m., M-F
Yuma YCTV Ch. 71 5 a.m., 4 p.m., 9 p.m., M-F
Conway KHDX 93.1 FM 4 p.m., M-F
Fayetteville Community Access TV Ch. 18 7 a.m., M,W,F, 6 p.m., S,Su
Arcata KHSU 90.5 FM 9 a.m. M-F
Arcata, Eureka Humboldt Community TV 5. a.m., 9 a.m. M-F
Berkeley Berkeley Community Media Ch. 28/33 Ch. 28: 5 a.m. T-F, Ch. 33: 4 p.m., 9 p.m. M-F
Berkeley KPFA 94.1 FM 6 a.m., 9 a.m., M-F
Chico KZFR 90.1 FM 8 a.m. M-F
Claremont CCTV, Ch. 28 6 p.m., 10 p.m. M-F; repeats broadcasts 6p.m. & 10 p.m. Sat & Sun
Crescent City-Brookings KHSR 91.9 FM, 89.1 - Ferndale,89.7 Garberville,99.7 Willow Creek M-F, 9-10am
Davis Davis Community TV Ch. 15 4 p.m. M-F
Davis KDVS 90.3 FM 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. M,W,F
Davis KDRT-LP 101.5 FM 5 p.m., M-F
Fort Bragg Mendocino Coast Comm. Ed. TV 9 a.m., 4 p.m. M-F, 10 a.m. Sat
Fresno KFCF 88.1 FM 6 a.m., 9 a.m., M-F
Garberville, Redway, Southern Humboldt Star Stream Cable Ch. 58 Every day: 5am, 9am, 4pm, 9pm
Garberville/Redway KMUD 91.1 FM 5 a.m., 12 p.m., M-F
Georgetown KFOK 95.1 FM 11 p.m., M, W-F, 12 a.m., W
Gilroy CMAP Ch. 20 5 a.m. M-F
Grass Valley Nevada County TV 6 a.m., 5 p.m. M-S
Healdsburg Access Healdsburg 9 a.m., 9 p.m., M-F
Hoopa KIDE 91.3 FM 1 p.m., M-F
La Verne LV3TV 4 p.m., M-F
Lakeport KPFZ 88.1 FM 6 p.m., M-F
Lancaster Surge Radio 96.3 FM (Online) 4 p.m., M-Th, 10 p.m., Fri
Los Angeles KPFK 90.7 FM 6 a.m., 9 a.m., M-F
Monterey Access Monterey Peninsula, Ch. 24 6 a.m., Noon & 6 p.m., M-F
Morgan Hill Morgan Hill Access Television, Cable Ch. 19 9 p.m., M-F
Mountain View AMERICAN-FM on the internet M-F: 1pm & 9pm GMT/9am & 5pm ET/6am & 2pm PT
Mt. Shasta, Weed MCTV Ch. 15 5 a.m., 9 a.m., 9 p.m., M-F
N. San Luis Obispo/Monterey County KBDH 91.7 FM 9 a.m., 3 p.m., M-F
Napa Public Access, Ch. 28 4 p.m., Th & Fri
Nevada City NCTV, Ch. 11 6 a.m., 5 p.m., M-F
Nevada City, Truckee KVMR 89.5 FM, 105.1 FM in Truckee 7 p.m., M-F
Novato NPAT Ch. 27 5 a.m., 9 a.m., M-F
Oakland KDOL Ch. 27 5 a.m., M-F
Oakland peralta.TV 5 a.m., M-F; 9 p.m., M-Th
Oceanside KOCT-TV Ch.18 10 p.m., M-F; 11 p.m. T,W, Thu
Oroville KRBS-lp 107.1 FM 7 a.m., 6 p.m., M-F
Pacifica Pacifica Community TV M-F 5am, 9am
Palo Alto Community Media Center, Ch. 27 9 a.m, 4 p.m., M-F
Petaluma Petaluma Community Access Ch. 27 5 a.m., M-F on Ch. 27, 9pm M-F on Ch. 26
Philo KZYX 90.7 FM 4 p.m., M-F
Quincy KHGQ 5-6pm M-F
Redding KIXE-TV Ch. 9 (PBS) Midnight, M-F
Redlands KMET 1490 AM 9 a.m., M-F
Rohnert Park KRCB Ch. 22 (PBS) M-F midnight
Sacramento Access Sacramento Ch.17/Ch. 18 5 a.m. M-F Ch 18; 6 p.m., 12 p.m. M-F Ch 17
Sacramento KSSU 1580 AM 5 p.m., M-F
San Diego 106.9 FM M-F, 8am, 3pm
San Francisco (Internet audio and video) Available 24/7
San Luis Obispo Public Access Channel 2 10:30 a.m. T, 7 a.m. TH
San Luis Obispo KCPR 91.3 FM 9 a.m., M-F
San Luis Obispo KCBX 90.1 FM Noon, M, W, Th, F; occasionally Tuesdays at 4 p.m.
San Luis Obispo KBDH 91.7 FM 9 a.m., M-F
San Rafael Marin County Public Access Ch. 26 9 a.m., M-F
Santa Barbara KCSB 91.9 FM 4 p.m. M-F
Santa Barbara The Santa Barbara Channels, Ch. 17 4 p.m., M-F
Santa Cruz Community TV of Santa Cruz, Ch. 26 and Ch. 27 9 a.m. M-F(Ch. 27), 4 p.m. M-F(Ch. 26)
Santa Cruz KUSP 88.9 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Santa Cruz Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1FM; Webcast at M-F 8am, 12 noon; Spanish HL at 7:30 a.m., M-F (and occasionally on other Spanish programming)
Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Community Media Ch.72 5 a.m. M-F, 5 a.m. Sat, 4pm M-F on Ch. 72
Santa Rosa KRCB 91.1, 90.9 FM 3 p.m.,12 mid. M-F
Ukiah KMEC 105.1 Weds, 8am; Spanish headlines 4 p.m, M-F
Woodland WAVE TV, Ch. 21 5 a.m., 4 p.m., M-F
Alamosa KRZA 88.7 FM 6-7 p.m., M-F
Aspen Grassroots TV Ch. 12 6 a.m., 5 p.m., M-F
Basalt Access Roaring Fork 4 p.m., 7 a.m., M-F
Boulder KGNU 88.5 FM 7a.m., M-F
Carbondale KDNK 90.5, 88.3, 100.1 FM 6-7 pm, M-F
Cortez KSJD 91.5 FM 6 p.m., T-F
Crested Butte KBUT 90.3 FM 4-5 p.m., M, W-F
Denver Denver Community TV Ch.57, Ch. 59 TBD
Denver KGNU 1390 am 7a.m., 4:30 p.m. M-F
Durango Durango Community TV Ch.22 6 a.m., 10 p.m., M-F
Durango KDUR 91.9, 93.9 FM 12-1 pm, M-F
Fort Collins KRFC 88.9 FM 6-7pm M-F
Gunnison KBUT 89.9 FM 4-5 p.m., M, W-F
Louisville, Lafayette, Superior Colorado CCTV Ch. 54/62 6am, 10am, 5pm, 10pm
Paonia KVNF 90.9 FM 6 p.m., Tues-Fri
Salida KHEN 106.9 FM Noon, 6pm M-F
Silverton KSJC 92.5 FM 4-5 p.m., M-F
Telluride KOTO 91.7, 89.3 FM 1-2 p.m., T
Telluride Telluride Community TV 6 a.m. & 5 p.m., M-F
Branford Branford Communty TV Ch. 18 TBD
Bridgeport Sound Veiw Community Media, Inc. 11 p.m. T
Canaan CATV, Ch. 11 12 noon, M-F
Hamden Citizens Television Ch. 26 8am, Noon, 12midnight, M-F
Hartford Hartford Public Access Television, Inc. Ch. 5 12 p.m. M-F
Middletown WESU 88.1 FM M-F noon-1pm
Storrs WHUS 91.7 FM 12 noon M-F
Storrs, Waterbury, Greater Hartford & Torrington Huskyvision Ch. 78, University of Connecticut 8 a.m., 7 p.m., midnight, M-F
Willimantic CTV Channel 14 9 p.m., Tuesday
Coral Gables WVUM 90.5 FM TBD
Hudson Shadow Ridge Micro-Media 99.9 FM 8:30 p.m., M-Th; 7 p.m., Fri
Melbourne WFIT, 89.5 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Sarasota WSLR-LP 96.5 FM 5 p.m., M-F
Tampa Speak Up Tampa Bay Ch. 19,20 Ch. 19, 11 p.m. , Ch. 20, 12 a.m. M-F
Tampa WMNF 88.5 FM 12-1 p.m., M-F
Tampa Freedom-TV (on the internet) Mon-Fri 8:00 PM EST, Friday's show: Sat. + Sun. > > 6:00 PM EST
Athens WPPP 100.7 FM 6 a.m., M-F
Atlanta WRFG 89.3 FM 5 p.m., M-Th, 4-5 p.m., F
Atlanta People TV, Channel 12 & 24 8 a.m., M-F
Honolulu KTUH 90.3 FM 9 a.m., 7 p.m., Mondays
Kahului, Maui AKAKU Ch. 54 7 p.m. M-F
Kaua'i,Hanalei KKCR, 90.9, 91.9 FM 11AM M-F
Oahu Olelo TV, Channel's 53 & 56 8am on Ch 53, 10pm on Ch 56
Boise Treasure Valley TV 6 a.m., 10 p.m. M-F
Moscow KUOI 89.3 Fm 8:30-9:30 a.m., 2:30-3:30 p.m., M-F
Champaign-Urbana WEFT 90.1 FM 4 p.m., M-F
Chicago WZRD 88.3 FM M-F, 7am, 8am
Chicago WRTE 90.5 FM Noon, M-Th, 2 p.m, Fri w/ Spanish headlines at 9:00pm & on Saturday at 7 a.m.
Chicago WLUW 88.7 FM at Loyola University 9 a.m., M-F
Macomb WTND-LP 106.3 FM 3 p.m., M-F
Urbana Urbana Public TV (UPTV) Channel 6 7a.m., M-F
Bloomington Community Access TV Services (CATS), Cable Ch.3 8 a.m. 12 noon, M-F, 7 p.m. Tue - Fri
Bloomington WFHB 91.3 FM Noon, M-F
Fort Wayne Access Fort Wayne, Ch. 57 8-9 a.m., M-F
Richmond WECI 91.5 FM 5-6 p.m., M-F
Iowa City Public Access Iowa City Ch.18 7 a.m. M-F; 7 a.m. Sat
Waterloo WCTV Ch. 17 7 am, 11am, 11pm M-Th; 7 am, 11am, 6 pm, 11 pm, Fri; Repeat Friday show at 7am, 11am, 11pm Sat & Sun
Kansas City KKFI 90.1 FM 8 a.m. M-F
North Newton KBCU 88.1 FM 5-6 p.m., M-F
Salina Community Access TV of Salina, Ch. 19, 20, 21 5 p.m, 10 p.m. & 5 a.m., M-F
Lexington WRFL 88.1 FM - University of Kentucky M-F 9am
Louisville WYCS-TV, UHF Ch. 24/Insight Cable 138 7 p.m., M-F
Whitesburg WMMT 88.7 FM Sat 7-8pm, sun noon-1pm, Mon 6-7pm
Lafayette Acadiana Open Channel 19 11 a.m. & 11 p.m., M-F
New Orleans WTUL 91.5 FM TBD
Brunswick Brunswick Cable 7 Noon, M-F
East Orland, Bangor WERU 89.9 FM, 102.9 FM 5-6 p.m., M-F
Freeport Freeport Public Access Ch 7 6 p.m. Mon-Sat
Harpswell Harpswell Community TV 8 a.m. M-F
Newcastle Lincoln County TV Ch.4 8 a.m., 7 p.m. M-F
Norway/Paris NPC-TV Ch. 2 M-Sat: noon, 7pm 12am/Sun: 8am, 1 pm
Portland CTN-4 Ch.4 12 a.m. M-Sun, 12 p.m. M-F
Portland WMPG 90.9, 104.1 FM 12-1 p.m., M-F
Baltimore Baltimore Public Access, Ch. 75 6-7 PM M-F, repeats 8-9 AM next day (Tue-Sat)
Baltimore WJHU Johns Hopkins Student Radio M-F 9am
Amherst Amherst Comm. TV Ch 12 8 a.m., 5 p.m., M-F
Amherst WMUA 91.1 FM 8 a.m., M-F
Athol AOTV13 12 a.m., 12 p.m. M-F
Beverly BevCam, Ch.10 8 a.m., 11 p.m. M-F
Boston WZBC 90.3 FM noon -1 p.m., M-F
Boston Boston Neighborhood Network TV (BNN) 8 a.m., M-F
Cambridge CCTV Ch. 9 8 a.m., 9 p.m., M-F
Cape Cod Cape Cod Community Media Center, Ch. 17 8 a.m., M-F
Chelmsford Chelmsford TeleMedia 8 a.m., M-F
Easthampton Public Access Ch. 5 8 a.m., M-F, 3 p.m., Sundays
Fitchburg Fitchburg Access TV Ch. 10 7 a.m., 12 p.m. M-F, 12 a.m. T-S
Florence WXOJ-LP 103.3 FM 4:30 p.m., M-F
Great Barrington WBCR-LP 97.7 FM 11 a.m. & 6 p.m., M-F
Greenfield Greenfield Comm. TV Ch. 15 8 a.m. M-F
Hadley Hadley Public Access TV 5 8 a.m., M-F
Lowell Lowell Telecommunications Ch. 8 Noon, Sundays
Lowell WUML 91.5 FM Spanish Headlines only at 11:00am, Wed & Thu
Malden MATV Ch. 3 8-9 a.m., 12-1 a.m. M-F
Martha's Vineyard MVTV Ch. 13 8 a.m. M-F
Natick Natick Pegasus, Ch. 9/Ch. 3 8 a.m. M-S, 7 p.m. M,T,F,Sat
Newton NewTV 8 a.m. M-F
Northampton Northampton Community TV Channel 15 8 a.m., M-F, w/replays at 10 p.m., Mon, Tues, Wed, 6 p.m., Th, Fri
Northfield BNC-TV Channel 17 8 a.m., M-F
Orleans & Brewster to Provincetown (Outer Cape Cod) Lower Cape TV, Channel 17 8 a.m., M-F
Plymouth PAC-TV Channel 13 M-F midnight
Provincetown WOMR 92.1 FM 4-5 p.m., M-Th
Reading Reading Community Televison 8 a.m., M-F
Salem Salem Access TV Ch.3 8 a.m. M-F, 12 a.m. T-F,
Shrewsbury Shrewsbury Media Connection Ch. 33 8 a.m. M-Th
Somerville SCAT Ch 3 8 a.m. M-F. 4 p.m. T, 11:30 p.m. M (by request)
South Yarmouth C3TV Ch. 17 8 a.m. M-F
Springfield WSCB 89.9 FM 11 a.m. M,T; 1 p.m. W,Th,F
Westfield WSKB 89.5 FM 3 p.m., Mon & Wed
Williamstown WCFM, 91.9 FM Noon, M-F
Williamstown WilliNet Ch. 17 8 a.m., 12 n, , 7 p.m. M-F, 3 p.m. Su
Ann Arbor Community TV Network, Ch. 17 10 a.m., Mon, Tu, Fri
Ann Arbor WCBN 88.3 FM Noon, Tue, Thu
Detroit WDET 101.9 FM 11 a.m., M-F
Detroit/Windsor CJAM 91.5 FM 12 p.m. M-Th
Grand Rapids GRTV Ch. 24 8 a.m., M-F; 12 a.m., M-Su
Kalamazoo Community Access Center, Ch. 19 & 21 8 a.m. M-F Ch. 19; 12 p.m. M-Thu Ch. 21
Lake Orion Orion Neighborhood Television 12 a.m., 8 a.m., M-F
Manistee Manistee Public Access TV Ch. 2 TBD
Monroe Monroe Public Access 12 a.m., 8 a.m. M-F
Portage Portage Cable Access, Channel 4 5 p.m., M-Th, 1 p.m. F
Traverse City Traverse Comm. TV Ch. 2 6 p.m. T-Sat
Inver Grove Heights, South and West St. Paul Town Square TV Channel 15 7 a.m., M-F
Minneapolis MTN Ch. 17 10 p.m. M-F
Minneapolis-St.Paul KFAI 90.3, 106.7FM 12-1 p.m., 5-6 a.m., M-F
Northfield KRLX 88.1 FM 6 p.m., M-F
Roseville North Suburban Access, CTV, Ch. 14 M-F, 10am,6pm,2am with repeats on Sat/Sun
St.Paul Ch.15 Public Access 7-8 a.m., M-F
White Bear Suburban Community TV, Ch. 15 7a.m., M-F with repeats at 11am, 6pm & 11pm
Columbia KOPN 89.5 FM 8 a.m., M-F
Kansas City KKFI 90.1 FM 8 a.m., M-F
St. Louis KDHX 88.1 FM 6 p.m., M-F
St. Louis The Journey Internet Radio 7 a.m. & 4 p.m., M-F
St.Louis DHTV Ch. 21 6 p.m., 11 p.m., M-F
Billings Bresnan Cable, Channel 7 6 a.m., M-F
Missoula MCAT Ch. 7/Ch. 8 (in Grant Creek)/Ch. 13 (in Rattlesnake) 6 a.m. M-F
Pablo KSKC-TV Ch. 25 (PBS) 10 a.m. M-F
Lincoln KZUM, 89.3 FM Noon, M-F
Omaha Omaha Independent Radio 1690 AM 4 p.m., M-F
Reno Sierra Nevada Community Access Television (SNCAT), Ch. 16 3 p.m., M-F
New Hampshire
Dover WXGR 101.5 FM 6 a.m., 5 p.m., M-F
Etna WXND 107.3 FM 6 a.m., 5 p.m., M-F
Hanover, Dartmouth, West Lebanon, Canaan, Meriden Upper Valley Education Connection, Channel 10 M-F noon & 7pm with reruns on the weekend
Keene WKNH 91.3 FM 8 a.m., M-F
Portsmouth WSCA-LP 106.1 FM M-F 5-6pm
New Jersey
Newark The Novel Sound Radio 100.1 FM 5 p.m., M-F with Spanish headlines at 4:50 & 6p.m.
Piscataway RLC-WVPH 90.3 FM 6-7 p.m. M-F
Princeton TV 30 8 a.m. & midnight, M-F
New Mexico
Albuquerque 3CTV Ch. 27 10 am M-F
Albuquerque KUNM 89.9 FM 4-5 p.m., M-F
Gallup KGLP 91.7 FM 3-4 p.m., M-Th
Las Cruces KRUX 91.5 FM 3-4 p.m. M-F
Los Alamos Los ALamos Comm. TV Ch 8 6 a.m., 5 p.m. M-F
Rio Rancho Ch. 51 TBD
Santa Fe KSFR 90.7 FM 6-7 a.m., M-F
Silver City CATS Ch. 17 6-8 a.m., 5-6 p.m., M-F
Taos Taos Public Access Ch. 2 10-11a.m,. 5-6p.m., 10-11p.m. M-Su
New York
Albany, Schenectady Albany Public Access/Time Warner Channel 18 Mon 6:30pm, Tues 5pm, Thurs. 1:30pm
Alfred WALF 89.7 FM 4 p.m. M-F
Binghamton WHRW 90.5 FM 6 p.m., M
Binghamton WSQX 91.5 FM 12 p.m., M-F
Bronx Bronxnet Ch. 67 9 a.m., T, Th
Brookhaven-Happaugue B-H PATV Ch. 20 5 p.m., Tuesdays
Brooklyn BCAT Ch. 34/67 9 a.m. M-F
Buffalo WHLD 1270 AM 8 a.m., M-F
Corning WSQX 90.7 FM 12 p.m., M-F
Cortland WSUC 90.5 FM 2 p.m., Wed & 4 p.m., Thurs
Geneva WEOS 89.7, 90.3 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Ithaca WEOS 88.1 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Ithaca Pegasys Channel 13 11:30 p.m. live, 8 a.m & 12 p.m repeats daily
Jeffersonville WJFF 90.5, 94.5 FM 8 a.m. M-F
Long Island Woodbury System Ch. 20 Mondays 5:30pm
Long Island, Stony Brook WUSB 90.1 FM 5 p.m., M-F
Mamaroneck Larchmont Mamaroneck Community Television Ch. 77 Noon & 7 p.m., M-F
Mayville Mayville Public Access, Channel 5 Periodically at 3 & 9pm
New Paltz WFNP 88.7 FM 8 p.m., Tue & Fri
New York CUNY-TV Ch. 75 6:30pm, M-F with repeat broadcast at 1 a.m., M-Th
New York Manhattan Neighborhood Network (cable) Ch. 34, 107 8-9 a.m., M-F
New York WBAI 99.5 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Oneonta WRHO 89.7 FM Noon, M, W, F
Poughkeepsie WVKR, 91.3 FM 5 p.m., M-F
Queens QPTV Ch. 56 8 p.m. F, 4 p.m. Sat.
Rochester RCTV 12 p.m. M-F
Saratoga Springs WSPN 91.1 FM TBD
Schenectady WRUC 89.7 FM TBD
Southampton, Hampton Bays & Watermill Cablevision Riverhead Public Acces, Ch. 20 10 p.m., Mon; 7 p.m., Tues; 9 p.m., Wed
Staten Island Staten Island Community TV 12 a.m. M , 1 p.m. Thu
Syracuse Time Warner Ch. 98 9 a.m., Sat
Syracuse WXXE 90.5 FM 5 p.m., M-F
Troy WRPI 91.5 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Wainscott (East Hampton) LTV Ch. 20 8 a.m. M T Th F; 7 p.m. W; 12 a.m. T W F
Westchester County WDFH 90.3 FM 8am-9am, 12pm-1pm M-F
Woodstock Woodstock Ch. 23 10 a.m., M-Thu & 7 p.m. Thu
North Carolina
Asheville WFRA 107.5 FM 6-7 p.m., M
Asheville WPVM 103.5 FM 1 p.m., 5 p.m., 9 p.m., 9 a.m. M-F
Carrboro WCOM 103.5 FM 8 a.m. & 5 p.m., M-F
Chapel Hill The Peoples Channel, Ch. 8 7 p.m., M-F
Durham WNCU 90.7 FM 6:30 p.m., M-F
Greensboro Greensboro Community TV TBD
Greensboro WQFS 90.9 FM 5 p.m., M-F
Wilmington WOAR, Wilmington Open Air Radio 1610 AM 1 p.m., 4 p.m. & 8 p.m., M-F
North Dakota
Bismarck Community Access Television Ch. 12 7 a.m., 11 a.m., M-F
Centerville Miami Valley Communications Television Council 10 a.m., M-F, 12 a.m., T,W,F, 8 a.m. Sun
Cincinnati MediaBridges, Ch. 4 8-9 a.m., M-F
Cleveland Village Television Ch 20 8 a.m., 12 p.m., , 7 p.m. M-F
Cleveland WRUW 91.1 FM 6 am (Tuesday broadcast), 3pm, Wednesdays
Dayton DATV Dayton Public Access Ch. 20 8 a.m. Sundays w/ unscheduled replays weekdays
Delaware WSLN 98.7 FM 3-4 p.m., M-F
Gambier WKCO 91.9 FM 8 a.m., M-F
Kingsville WZKW-LP, 106.7 FM 7 a.m., 6 p.m., M-F
Ashland Ashland Fiber Network Cable TV, Channel 36 9 p.m., 9 a.m., 5 a.m. M-Sun
Ashland KSOC Radio Free Ashland 4 p.m., M-F
Beaverton Tualatin Valley Community Access Ch. 23 5 a.m., 4 p.m., M-F
Bend KPOV-LP 106.7 FM 8 a.m., M-F
Cottage Grove KSOW 106.7 FM M-F 5pm
Dallas KPIE-LP, 94.3 FM 3 p.m., M-F
Eugene Community TV of Lane County Ch. 29 5 p.m., M-F
Eugene KWVA 88.1 FM 7-8 a.m., M-F
Gresham Metro East Community Media, Ch. 21 & 22 11 a.m. on Ch. 21; 5 p.m., 10 p.m. & 1 a.m. on Ch. 22
Klamath Falls KTEC 89.5 FM 9-12noon, Sundays
McMinnville KSLC 90.3 FM 9-10 a.m., M-F
Portland Portland Cable Access Ch. 23 9 a.m., 4 p.m. M-F; 9 a.m., Sat, Sun
Portland KPSU 98.3 FM 9-10 a.m., M-F
Portland KBOO 90.7 FM 11 a.m., M-F
Salem CCTV - Capital Community TV Ch. 23 8 a.m., M-F
Erie WQLN 91.3 FM TBD
Erie Community Access TV, (CAT-TV) Ch. 2 8 a.m. M, W, F; 7 p.m. Tues & Thur
Lansdale RadioVeronica, 106.5 mHz 12 p.m., 6 p.m., 11p.m., M-F with Spanish Headlines 10:50 pm M-F; Reruns Sun, 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Philadelphia DUTV Ch. 54 (in some areas 3,48,62,99) 8 a.m., noon, 7 p.m., midnight, M-F
Philadelphia Radio Volta on the Internet M-F 8-9am, 5-6pm
Pittsburgh PCTV Ch. 21 8 a.m. M-F
Pittsburgh WRCT 88.3 FM 8-9 a.m., M-F
Wilkes Barre WCLH 90.7 FM 11 a.m., M-F
Williamsport WLYC 1050 AM TBD
South Carolina
Charleston COFC 97.5 FM College of Charleston 10 a.m., M, Tu, Wed & Fri
Chattanooga WYHB-TV, Ch. 39 Noon, M-F
Johnson City WETS 89.5 FM 6 p.m. M-F
Nashville WRFN-LPFM 98.9 7 a.m., 2 p.m. M-F
Austin Austin Community Television Ch. 16 6-7 p.m., M-F
Austin KAZI 88.7 fm 12-1 p.m. M-F
CollegeStation KEOS 89.1 FM 9-10 a.m., M-F
Dallas Dallas Community Television (DCTV), Ch. 27 7 a.m. & 11p.m., M-F
Galveston KPFT 89.5 FM 9-10 a.m., M-F
Houston We The People TV Ch. 17/98 7-8 a.m., M-F; Check listings for repeats on wkends
Houston KPFT 90.1 FM 9 a.m. & 6 p.m., M-F
Moab KZMU 89.7, 106.1 FM 8 a.m., T- F, 6 p.m., M-F
Park City KRCL 96.5 FM 5:30-6:30 p.m., M-Th
Salt Lake City KRCL 90.9 FM 6:00-7:00 p.m., M-F
Bellows Falls WOOL-LP 100.1 FM 8 a.m., 6 p.m., repeats at 1 a.m. M-F
Bennington WBTN 1370 AM 11 a.m., M-F
Bennington CAT-TV Channel 17 M-F 8 AM and midnight
Brattleboro BCTV Ch. 8 M-F 8am, 12noon, Sat. 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and occasionally at 7pm
Burlington CCTV Ch. 17 5:55 p.m. M; 11:45 p.m. T&W; 6:40 p.m. Sat & Sun
Burlington Free Radio Burllington 87.9, 94.3 f.m. 6-7 p.m., M-F
Colchester RETN Ch. 16 TBD
Johnson WJSC 90.7 FM 12-1 p.m., M-F
Ludlow LPC-TV Ch. 8 8 a.m., M-F
Manchester GNAT-TV 8 a.m., M-F, 12 a.m., M-F
Middlebury WRMC 91.1 FM 5-6 p.m., M-F
Norwich, Hartford, Hartland, White River Junction Upper Valley Education Connection, Channel 10 M-F noon & 7pm with reruns on the weekends
Plainfield WGDR 91.1 FM 10-11 a.m., 6:30-7:30 p.m., M-F
Warren WMRW-LP 12 noon, M-F
Waterbury WDEV, 96.1 FM, 550 AM M-F 5:30-6:30pm
Bealeton Squat FM WYQZ 96.7 8 a.m. & 5 p.m., M-F
Charlottesville CPA-TV 8 p.m., M
Harrisonburg WEMC 91.7 FM 10 p.m., M-F
Norfolk WNSB 91.1 FM 10 a.m., M-F
Richmond WRIR 97.3 FM M-F 8am
Bainbridge Island Bainbridge Island Broadcasting Ch. 12 4 p.m. M-Sat; 9 p.m. T, Thu, Fri
Bellevue KBCS 91.3 FM 6-7 a.m., 5-6 p.m. M-F
Bellingham KUGS 89.3 FM 7-8 a.m., 7-8 p.m., M-F
Bremerton - Kitsap Bremerton-Kitsap Access TV 12, 3 10 a.m., Tu-Fri; 11a.m. Saturdays
Chewelah KCHW-LP 97.3 FM 8 a.m., M-F
Everett KSER 90.7 FM 3 p.m., M-F
Kent Puget Sound Access Ch. 77 5 a.m., 5 p.m. M-F
Kettle Falls KITR-LP 101.5 FM 9 a.m., 6:30 p.m., M-F
Mt. Vernon KSVR 91.7 FM 4-5 p.m., M-F
Olympia TCTV Ch. 22/29 5-6 a.m., , 4-5 p.m., M-F
Olympia KAOS 89.3 FM 9-10 a.m., M-F
Seattle Seattle Community Access Network Ch. 77, 29 5 a.m., M-F
Seattle KBCS 91.3 FM 6-7 a.m., 5-6 p.m. M-F
Seattle KPTK AM 1090 10 a.m., Sat & Sun
Spokane Spokane Community Access Ch. 5 TBD
Spokane KYRS 95.3 FM & 92.3 FM 8 a.m. & 5 p.m., M-F
Vancouver FVTV Ch. 11 5 a.m., M-F; 7 p.m. Th, Sat
Vashon Island Voice of Vashon, 89.1 FM 9-10 p.m., M-F
Walla Walla KWCW 90.5 FM 8-9 a.m., M-F
Washington D.C.
Washington DC WPFW 89.3 FM 8 a.m. 6 p.m., M-F
West Virginia
Clay WYAP-LP 101.7 FM 5:30 p.m., M, Tue, Thu, Fri
Wheeling WVJW 94.1 noon- 1p.m., M-F
Adams Adams City Cable, Ch. 4 7 p.m. Tuesdays
Eau Claire WLFK-LP 107.9FM TBD
Hayward WOJB 88.9 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Kenosha WIPZ 101.7 FM 9 a.m., M-F
Madison WYOU Ch. 4 7 a.m., 6 p.m. M-F
Madison WORT 89.9 FM 1-2 p.m., M-Th; Spanish headlines at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays
Milwaukee MATA Ch. 14 7 a.m. & 6 p.m., M-F
Oshkosh WRST, 90.3 FM 1 p.m., Sundays
Viroqua Radio Driftless (on the internet) 9 a.m. & 5 p.m., M-F
West Allis West Allis Community Media Center Ch. 14 7 a.m., 11 p.m., M-Sun
Edmonton CJSR 88 FM 5 p.m., M
British Columbia
Burnaby CJSF 90.1 FM 11 a.m., M-F
Lillooet CHLS Radio Lillooet 100.5 FM M-F 12 noon
Nanaimo CHLY Radio Malaspina, 101.7 FM 12 p.m., Th
Nelson CJLY 93.5 FM 6 & 9 a.m., M-F
Prince George CFUR 88.7 FM M-F 11am
Vancouver CiTR 101.9 FM Weds, 2pm
Vancouver CFRO 102.7 FM M-F 6am
Victoria CFUV 101.9 FM 12 PM M-Th, 11 AM F
Winnipeg CKUW 95.9 FM 9-10 a.m., M-F
New Brunswick
Sackville CHMA, 106.9 FM Noon, M-F
St. John CFMH 92.5 FM M-F, 12noon
Northwest Territories
Igaluit CFRT TBA
Nova Scotia
Antigonish CFXU 92.5 FM Noon, M-F
Halifax CKDU 97.5 FM M-F 12 noon
Guelph CFRU-FM 93.3 11. a.m., M, W, F
Kingston CFRC 101.9 FM M-F 12 noon
Windsor CJAM 91.5 FM TBD
York SRN Radio 1 on the internet 11a.m., Sat & Sun
Across Australia Available via the CBAA satellite to many community stations
Across Europe via the World Radio Network:
  • Sky Digital, Channel 0122
  • Eutelsat HOT BIRD 6, 13° East, Transponder 94, 12.597 Ghz, Vertical, Symbol Rate 27.500 Mbaud, FEC 3/4, MPEG2
  • and other stations across Europe
1500 UTC, M-F
Adelaide, Australia Radio Adelaide 101.5 FM 12 midnight, Thursdays
Caracas, Venezuela Radio Comunitaria Sendero 101.7 FM Spanish Headlines 10:30 a.m., M-F
Cordoba and Jaén, Andalucia, Spain Onda Azul Radio, 88.0 FM Spanish headlines: 1:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m., and 11:00 p.m. weekdays
Correa, Santa Fé, Argentina Radio FM Alas, 106.9 FM Spanish headlines: 9:00 a.m. weekdays
Invercargill, New Zealand Radio Southland, 96.4FM 11 p.m. weekdays
La Plata, Argentina Radio Futura, 90.5 FM Spanish headlines: 1:00 p.m. Tuesdays
La Plata, Argentina Radio Menfis, 102.9 FM Spanish headlines: 9:30 a.m. Saturdays
London, England Resonance 104.4 FM 11 a.m., Thursdays
Madrid, Spain Radio Enlace 107.5 FM Spanish headlines: 11:30 a.m. Mondays and 3:00 p.m. Fridays
Madrid, Spain Radio Almenara 91.4 FM Spanish headlines: 4:00 p.m. weekdays
Montevideo, Uruguay Radio Mundo Real Spanish headlines: 1:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. weekdays
San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina Radio Nacional Tucumán, AM 1190 Spanish headlines: 12:30 p.m., M-F
Stockholm, Sweden Café Stereo, La Radio Bolivariana Spanish Headlines 2:30 p.m., M-F
Sydney, Australia 2RSR - Radio Skid Row 89.9 FM 9 a.m. weekdays
Teocelo, Veracruz, Mexico Radio Teocelo XEYT 1490 KHZ A.M. Spanish headlines: M-F 1:30pm & 6:30pm and during M-F 8-11am News magazine
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