As many of you know, I’m a huge fan and supporter of radio and audio programs. One of my favorite web-based sources to check out audio content is New York City’s Art on Air, because they have such a wide variety of programs: lectures, plays, music mixes, performance art using sound, poetry readings…you name it, they’ve probably done it before, or will do it at some point.
Their power was out for several days due to the storm. They’ll be back with a special broadcast on Hurricane Sandy from 2-5pm Eastern time today. You should check it out.
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I found this video of a really cool audio performance project by a Spanish collective. The theme of the performance piece is fear. The original article in which I found it is from a site called The New York Moon.
Pretty cool stuff. This is the kind of thing I dream of doing, in addition to audio journalism.