Legal Information A brief word of advice: If the FCC shows up at your door, do not let them in unless they have a search warrant or an equipment seizure order. Further, do not speak to them or volunteer any information, and do not hand over any equipment without a written legal order which must […]Read more "Media projects are civilly disobedient"
Tasha by Cat Brooks Lower Bottom Playaz Oakland Solo Performance 60 Minutes TICKETS $12 ($14.99 online) EXIT Theatre, 156 Eddy St, SF SAT SEPT 9 5:30 PM Tasha SUN SEPT 10 7:00 PM Tasha TUE SEPT 12 7:00 PM Tasha SUN SEPT 17 8:30 PM Tasha CLICK FOR TICKETS A one-woman show loosely based on […]Read more "Tasha | San Francisco Fringe Festival"
Track 1 Sex Pistols – God Save The Queen (Virgin) Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Get Up Morning (Goner) Pulses – Factory (Dirtnap) Fuses – At Least You’re Getting Paid (American Punk) Sleaford Mods – Jobseeker (Ipecac) Macho Boys – Class Of 1984 (Neck Chop) S-21 – Thirst For Violence (World Gone Mad/Slugsalt) In School […]Read more "SONIC OVERLOAD"
Corporate Media Back the FascistsThe Washington Post titled their coverage of Sunday’s demonstration “Black-clad antifa members attack peaceful right-wing demonstrators in Berkeley.” It is not surprising when Fox News publishes barefaced propaganda describing the organizer of far-right demonstrations that have included at least one fascist murderer as a “prayer activist,” but it is more unsettling […]Read more "Anti-Fascism Has Arrived: Here’s Where It Needs to Go – It’s Going Down"
Log in / Create Account July 27, 2005 News & Opinion » NewsPirates Without a Ship Hounded by the FCC, trumped by technology, stung by public apathy, the illegal micropower radio movement struggles for relevance.By Stefanie KalemEmailPrintSTEFANIE KALEM – Berkeley Liberation Radio considers its future. Stefanie Kalem Berkeley Liberation Radio considers its future.Berkeley Liberation Radio, […]Read more "Pirates Without a Ship | East Bay Express"
The radio station is little more than a back office tucked into a strip mall on the outskirts of Sacramento, just past a lonely Home Depot and two different Starbucks drive-throughs. Filled with one desk and a short stack of electronics — primarily a CD player and some sort of jet-black transmitter with blinking red […]Read more "Pirate Radio Goes Legit | East Bay Express"
FCC clamps down on pirate radio In the USA pirate radio is frequently associated with the belief that governmental spectrum regulatory schemes favor the interests of large corporations which can afford the high licensing costs. Pirate broadcasters consider their transmissions to be a challenge to that authority.Part 15 of the FCC rules allows the use […]Read more "W5YI :"