Building Radio Bridges: Audio Letters between Lockdown NYC and the Zambezi Valley

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Thomas Miller, who writes:

This Saturday at 5 pm Eastern Standard Time / Midnight Central Africa Time, Wave Farm and WGXC-FM present a special radio edit of “Building Radio Bridges: Audio Letters between Lockdown NYC and the Zambezi Valley.” More than 100 people in Africa, North America, and Europe participated in this north-south co-production in radio solidarity, produced by Tom Miller (aka Sonic Anthropology) and Claudia Wegener (aka radio continental drift) with CUNY Brooklyn College students, members of Zongwe FM in Zambia and Zubo trust for women’s development in Zimbabwe.

Feb 27, 2021: 4pm – 6pm
WGXC 90.7-FM: Radio for Open Ears
90.7-FM in NY’s Upper Hudson Valley and wgxc.org/listen everywhere
http://www.wgxc.org/

https://wavefarm.org/radio/wgxc/schedule/2gd7yb

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2 thoughts on “Building Radio Bridges: Audio Letters between Lockdown NYC and the Zambezi Valley

  1. jack dully

    In the New York area on 90.7 FM you will hear the sound of Fordham University (WFUV).They also put out a good HD signal.I live about 9 miles from the station and it is a strong signal and suppose that it goes probably 50 miles out because I can pick it up at that distance in my car. So Thomas,am I missing something

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  2. Harald DL1AX

    Very interesting indeed, thanks for the hint. Many years ago I have been working in Zimbabwe with radio listening club projects (no, not DX clubs, hi) in rural areas, so I am still highly interested in such projects. What would be the time in UTC?

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