Featured Radio Resources
The agenda for Community Radio Day at Access Humboldt organized by corps member Sam Kaplan.
A guide to putting on a Barnraising event created by corps member Katie Ingersoll.
“This manual is designed for Prometheus staff, interns, or volunteers involved in organizing a radio barnraising. Its based on the experiences of staff at barnraisings over the years, and was written after the WGXC barnraising in September 2010. Its designed to provide information primarily about the logistical considerations involved in a barnraising, and problems that might come up.”
A guide for organizing events at community radio station WERU-FM created by corps member Meaghan LaSala.
A guide to writing Press Releases for community radio station WERU-FM by corps member Meaghan LaSala.
An instructional video showing how easy it is to become a program host on Konza Internet Radio created (and featuring) corps member Megan Andrews.
View her video on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=956493048271&oid=134500016601814&comments
Corps member Katie Ingersoll at Prometheus Radio Project is surveying LPFM stations throughout the nation to collect information about their unique programming, how they manage their station, and their finances. The data will be added to the Community Media Database project to act as a resource to stations and future LPFM applicants, allowing them to locate and contact other stations, and see information about how other stations function.
Katie made the survey and will be heading up outreach to stations to drive participation.
The monthly programming calendar for KONZ Internet Radio in Manhattan, Kansas made and used by corps member Megan Andrews.
An article on the importance of Community Radio Recovery in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake by corps member Brandy Doyle demonstrates the importance of having community radio in the United States.
This Airshifter Handbook is an introductory manual for Radio Free Urbana, a community radio station in Urbana, IL. This manual contains the history of Low Power FM radio, information on programming and a broad overview of operations at the station. It was created by VISTA member Stephen Fonzo serving at the Independent Media Center in Urbana, IL.