WBAI meeting postponed: Wed. LSB postpned

KW: I did not know there was a meeting. But, folks were asked to get the word out due to the sudden change: The Wed., April 15th Local Station Board meeting for WBAI has been postponed. Below is a letter from Mitch Cohen of the LSB:

WBAI meeting on Tuesday, April 14th: Community Advisory Board

I believe that a Town Hall Meeting was held for WBAI on Monday, April 13th. I have not found a report on that yet. I heard today that there is a Community Advisory Board meeting  today – Tuesday –  at the station. Tuesday April 14 at 7:00 PM: WBAI Community Advisory Board

WBAI: Concern about Pacifica/local WBAI relations

Controversy at radio station WBAI 99.5 FM in New York City, a Pacifica Radio affiliate. There will be a Town Hall Meeting on Monday, April 13th. Details to be announced.

Sad news: George Carlin has died

(You can buy a tape of George Carlin’s 7 words from the non-profit, Pacifica Radio Archives here.) (See the keep reading for a description of the 7 words performance on WBAI Pacifica Radio.) George Carlin mourned as a counterculture hero By KEITH ST. CLAIR, Associated Press Writer 3 minutes ago Acerbic standup comedian and satirist […]

10 Progressive Books for the Holidays

  Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin We’ve loved this children’s book for a while, and were not surprised to find it for sale on a union website as a gift for children. This book is the best inspiration we have ever seen to inspire a love of writing, and a feeling […]

PeaceSmiths Forum TBA:WBAI Meet the Candidates

PEACESMITHS One of Long Island’s Oldest Peace & Justice Organizations Presents an important Public Forum: about … New York’s WBAI, a listener-sponsored, non-commercial Radio Station with a Peace & Justice Mission Elections for radio station WBAI’s Local Station Board are coming soon! If you are a Listener/Member of WBAI – VOTE in the Local Station […]

“Howl” is now feared obscene

  ‘Howl’ too hot to hear 50 years after poem ruled not obscene, radio fears to air it Fifty years ago today, a San Francisco Municipal Court judge ruled that Allen Ginsberg’s Beat-era poem “Howl” was not obscene. Yet today, a New York public broadcasting station decided not to air the poem, fearing that the […]