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Audio Tech Tips
So you want to be a radio star. Here are a few websites that offer great technical tips on how to create audio programming, from recording equipment to interviewing to editing to uploading online. Nearly everything you need to know to create your own radio masterpieces!

Free Speech Radio News

One World Radio

If you know of other links with good technical info, drop us a line at radioimc[at] If you'd like to learn more, join us at our monthly Radio IMC-LA meetings!

And for all the great IMC audio you'll ever want to hear, check out the The IMC Radio Network

Join Radio IMC-LA!
This is a call-out to Southern California progressive audio makers -- and anyone who wants to be one.

Were looking for people who want to learn how to create progressive audio programming.

If you

**enjoy listening to the radio **go to progressive public events (talks, protests, rallies, etc) **like to talk to other progressives **want to learn how to create radio segments

Then come join us. We'll teach you everything you need to know about recording and editing short and long audio pieces. You'll also learn how to upload them onto L.A. Indymedia, where they can be heard around the world.

We meet the second Monday of every month at 7 p.m. To find out more, drop us a line at imc-la-audio[at]

Global Exchange, Bus Riders Union and Code Pink provide LA Auto Show REALITY CHECK Bilingual Audio from the Convention Center Medea Benjamin, Anti-Corporate Chants and Bus Rider Union spokesperson.

Medea Benjamin (7 mins 37 secs)

Corporate Chants (35 secs)

Bus Rider Union Spokesperson (4 mins 8 secs)

Building Sound is a radio program produced by the Institute for Advanced Architecture for the Independent Media Center, Los Angeles, to be broadcast on the last Monday of every month from 4 to 6pm PST on, and archived at

Building Sound activates radio as a medium for architectural exploration and dialog. As collectively produced architecture, the program facilitates a confluence of disciplines, styles, and viewpoints.

Around 11am, Wednesday, October 15, 2003, SF Liberation Radio was raided by upwards of 25 FCC agents, Federal Marshalls and the SFPD. They brought a warrant and entered the station, housed in a basement, through a second story aparment, "with battering rams and prybars," according to an eyewitness account of the raid. The micropower radio station has been broadcasting in SF since 1993. No arrests were made, but the station's equipment and antenna were seized.

The staff, comprised of local activists, journalists, writers, and others who care about freedom and social justice, is dedicated to giving their audience a politically progressive point of view. Their focus is on issues like police brutality, environmental degradation, political prisoners and prisoners' rights, media censorship, animal rights, homelessness, equality and economic justice, and attacks on women and women's right to choice.

On July 2, 2003, two FCC agents came to the station. DJ Carmen La Salle refused to let them in to inspect the equipment. They informed her that refusal would result in a $7,000 fine, and a $10,000 fine for broadcasting without a license. They hand-delivered a "notice of unlicensed radio operation." The station was given until July 20 to present a "proof of a license or authority to operate this radio station."

On August 18, 2003, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to support SF Liberation Radio. The eight Supervisors present voted 'aye' to not only support SFLR in its history and endeavour but also to condemn the FCC and Congress’ attempts to further deregulate the corporate media.


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