Radio Free Nashville

July 17, 2006

During Hannah Sassaman’s presentation at the Alliance for Community Media conference, she played a video from a Prometheus Radio Project barnraising with Radio Free Nashville.

Media Policy Blog posted the video:

Low Power to the People: Radio Free Nashville

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“In the spirit of neighbors pulling together to put up a new building, Prometheus holds radio barnraisings, events where we build individual community radio stations while advancing the movement for media democracy. Prometheus barnraisings allow new programmers to meet and new stations to compare notes on fundraising and equipment. At a typical barnraising, we bring expert facilitators to lead workshops on all sorts of topics of interest to new radio stations – like organizing within the FCC, introductions to different aspects of radio engineering, updates on media and democracy campaigns, and how radio can promote today’s social change.This short documentary profiles the barnraising of 98.9 WRFN-LPFM, Radio Free Nashville.” – Media Policy Blog

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ACMEBoston Video Blog

July 9, 2006

“Prometheus Radio Project at ACM Boston 2006”
July 8, 2006

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Hannah Sassaman, Prometheus Radio Project, presenting at the Alliance for Community Media Conference in Boston, July 8, 2006.

From the conference website:

Community Media Reaches Beyond Cable Television

“Community media is more than cable television production and transmission. Who are our media partners? While preserving the best of television, how can we reach out to new partners, tools and applications to enhance our services and relevance in our communities? How can we best use our centers to enrich, mobilize, and preserve our public interests?”

Moderator:
Lauren-Glenn Davitian, CCTV Center for Media & Democracy

Speakers:
Jason Crow, CCTV Cambridge

Scott Alumbaugh, Sea Dog Designs

Karen Toering, Reclaim the Media

Inja Coates, Media Tank

Hannah Sassaman, Prometheus Radio Project

This video was originally shared on blip.tv by acmeboston with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.