I am pleasantly surprised during The Stuph Files episode 383 from this week.. Peter Anthony Holder presents a good one.. Well, they are all good ones, but this one is different than his usual 'news and comment' theme.
(The Stuph Files is one of the free-to-air sources for part 15 stations featured in our listings at right).
The Stuph Files, Episode #383: media.blubrry.com/stuphfile/www.peteranthonyholder.com/broadcast/Holder-Stuph-File-Podcast-0383.mp3
It is easy to visualize that you're you might actually be listening to the Peanuts gang with their own little radio station, at least that's the way it struck me, so I'm taking the liberty of calling this show "A Charlie Brown Part 15 Christmas" - Although I doubt that was the intention, Holder actually titles this episode as "The Meshach & Malik Christmas Show", but if you play this hour you'll understand why I say that.
I highly suggest you schedule this hour into your holiday broadcast each year.
Sunday, December 11, 2016
A special gift from:
Earlier this year, Bill Defelice, founder of the well established hobbybroadcaster.net, who has earned national recognition in numerous radio publications including such noteworthy magazines such as; CQ Amateur Radio, Monitoring Times, Popular Communications, and Radio World, as well as others, has now released an excellent 15 page Part-15 primer e-book which you can download for free at: https://www.hobbybroadcaster.net/resources/free-part-15-radio-broadcasting-ebook.php
So if of you haven't already, get yours today!
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Radio Survivor's general focus is usually more of a resource for licensed broadcasters, with discussions and pointers on improving those operations.. However, in the case of this podcast, they dedicated the first 35 minutes of the program specifically to the Part 15 operations of KCHUNG radio;
In this episode Radio Survivor accurately explain (briefly) the legalities and capabilities of Part 15 (and even clarify the actualities of the so called "200ft limitation rule"), with the particular focus on KCHUNG, and express both amusement and fascination concerning the stations workings and operations.
Interviews and sound clips are featured.
It is a positive presentation for Part 15 broadcasting.
Podcast #74 – Radio Anarchy vs Order
"Jennifer Waits brings us the voices of three programmers at a mysterious and chaotic community station with deep connections to the Los Angeles art scene. KCHUNG is an unlicensed part 15 AM radio station with about 40 station managers and extremely eclectic programming.
Paul Riismandel wrote a series of articles, offering strongly worded advice for struggling community radio stations. He lays out his arguments in detail on the podcast and discusses the ideas and issues with his co-hosts..."
Listen and/or download this Radio Survivor episode at:
The Radio Survivor episode doesn't actually present any of KCHUNG's programming; To listen to KCHUNG live, or to hear their archives, visit kchungradio.org/, and then click their banner to enter..