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The Sarahs
"The Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Award, aka The Sarahs, celebrates the best audio fiction currently being made around the world. Every year, our judges will choose three winners. The winners will receive cash prizes—1st place $2,000, 2nd place, $1,000, 3rd place $500 and Best New Artist $250—at the award ceremony and be featured on our Serendipity podcast. The award is sponsored by Sarah Lawrence College, an academic institution that fosters experimentation and playful creativity. Sarah Lawrence College has cultivated the talent of visionaries like Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, J.J. Abrams, Alice Walker, and many others. The Sarahs —like The Oscars, The Tonys, The Bessies—honor the best of the best. It’s time for audio fiction to have its own red carpet."
fiction  audio  story-telling  award  radio  podcast 
october 2016 by tsuomela
Resonance104.4fm — London's arts radio station
"Imagine a radio station like no other. A radio station that makes public those artworks that have no place in traditional broadcasting. A radio station that is an archive of the new, the undiscovered, the forgotten, the impossible. That is an invisible gallery, a virtual arts centre whose location is at once local, global and timeless. And that is itself a work of art. Imagine a radio station that responds rapidly to new initiatives, has time to draw breath and reflect. A laboratory for experimentation, that by virtue of its uniqueness brings into being a new audience of listeners and creators. All this and more, Resonance104.4fm aims to make London’s airwaves available to the widest possible range of practitioners of contemporary art."
radio  streaming  culture  city(London) 
april 2015 by tsuomela
Testosterone | This American Life
"Stories of people getting more testosterone and coming to regret it. And of people losing it and coming to appreciate life without it. The pros and cons of the hormone of desire."
radio  audio  hormones  biology  desire 
november 2014 by tsuomela
Too Much Information with Benjamen Walker
"Too Much Information is the sober hangover after the digital party has run out of memes, apps and schemes. Host Benjamen Walker finds out that, in a world where everyone overshares the truth 140 characters at a time, telling tales might be the most honest thing to do."
podcast  radio  from delicious
january 2012 by tsuomela
Devouring public media daily to discover the best — The Mediavore
We search public media to discover interesting and thoughtful content for you to explore.
weblog-group  public  radio  media  journalism  curation 
july 2009 by tsuomela
Snowtape for Mac - Record Internet Radio
Record, Edit, Export to iTunes. It’s the easiest and most intuitive way to record internet radio.
macintosh  software  radio  internet 
july 2009 by tsuomela
Robert Paterson's Weblog: Future of News - Lessons from Giant Pool of Money and Planet Money
"Top down voices of authority cannot illuminate complexity either. Only an invitation for conversation can unpack complexity's meaning." - and more comments on success of Planet Money and Giant Pool of Money radio shows.
media  future  radio 
april 2009 by tsuomela
Mind Hacks: Weaving a history of psychiatry from states of mind
BBC Radio 4 have just concluded a fantastic five part radio series called States of Mind on the history of psychiatry in the UK since the 1950s, covering the death of the asylum, to the age of Prozac, to visions of the future.
documentary  psychology  britain  history  20c  radio 
february 2009 by tsuomela
the physics arXiv blog » Blog Archive » Fermi’s paradox solved?
The so-called Fermi Paradox has haunted SETI researchers ever since. Not least because the famous Drake equation, which attempts put a figure on the number intelligent civilisations out there now, implies that if the number of intelligent civilisations capable of communication in our galaxy is greater than 1, then we should eventually hear from them.

That overlooks one small factor, says Reginald Smith from the Bouchet-Franklin Institute in Rochester, New York state. He says that there is a limit to how far a signal from ET can travel before it becomes too faint to hear. And when you factor that in, everything changes.
physics  astronomy  life  extraterrestrial  arxiv  radio 
february 2009 by tsuomela
IPPL | Why? Radio
From the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life at University of North Dakota.
philosophy  radio  podcast  streaming  audio 
february 2009 by tsuomela
ThoughtCast
Welcome to ThoughtCast, a podcast and public radio interview program with authors, academics and innovators. I’m Jenny Attiyeh, the host and producer. ThoughtCast offers something that is glaringly absent from the media today: a bridge between the publi
podcast  radio  interview  academic 
july 2008 by tsuomela
CBC Radio | The Current | Whole Show Blow-by-Blow
Part 2: Information Overload

Trying to organize the information deluge can be a challenge. Fancy new software might help, but it does take some self control. Such is the life of a working professional in the technological age. So much information, so lit
information-overload  news  radio 
july 2008 by tsuomela
The past was not so different
early radio stations hawking cures for male impotence
history  radio  spam  20c  1920s  technology 
june 2008 by tsuomela
Rogue Amoeba - Radioshift: Radio on your schedule, only for Mac OS X
With Radioshift, you control Internet and AM/FM radio from around the world. Listen and record - Radioshift is radio on your schedule!
radio  macintosh  software 
october 2007 by tsuomela
CBC News In Depth: Spin Cycles
A Series about Spin, the Spinners and the Spun by Ira Basen for CBC Radio The Sunday Edition
spin  documentary  politics  persuasion  radio  propaganda  canada  cbc 
october 2007 by tsuomela
bdxc.org.uk
British dx radio site/club
radio  shortwave  lists  guide 
july 2007 by tsuomela
BBC - Radio 4 The Long View - Homepage
Jonathan Freedland returns with the series which looks for the past behind the present, and explores a moment in history which illuminates a contemporary debate.
radio  bbc  history  broadcast 
june 2007 by tsuomela
campware.org - free software for a free press
Campcaster helps you run your radio station. Do automated broadcasting and live studio playout in one system: schedule your broadcasts from the comfort of your own home with the Campcaster Web component, or do dynamic live shows
radio  linux  operations 
january 2007 by tsuomela

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