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Archives for the weekly mediageek radioshow in mp3 and ogg vorbis.



Published: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 00:04:55 -0600

Last Build Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 20:13:37 -0600

Copyright: Copyright 2005
 



mediageek 10-28-05 podcast: What About Low-Power AM?

Fri, 28 Oct 2005 20:13:37 -0600

Don Schellhardt is one member of a coalition that has proposed to the FCC that it create a low-power AM radio service. The Commission has decided to open up public comments on the idea, and Don tells us more on what low-power AM radio might sound like.

Read this program's news headlines.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.net/sound/2005/mg102805-64k.mp3




mediageek 10-21-05 download: Consumers Union Says "Hear Us Now" on Telecomm & Media Policy

Fri, 21 Oct 2005 20:57:26 -0600

The Consumers Union has put together the website HearUsNow.org to help consumers get educated about the issues affecting their communications environment, and then get active in making positive change. Morgan Jindrich is the director of this effort, and she tells us more about CU's efforts to improve policy and its current campaign to get the FCC to hold ten public hearings on media ownership before it rewrites the rules again.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg102105-64k.mp3




mediageek 10-17-05 podcast: What Happens to Our Media and Communications Environment Inside the Beltway

Fri, 14 Oct 2005 20:47:01 -0600

Victor Pickard is our guest to talk about how media and telecommunications legislation gets hashed out in Washington, and how the lobbyists are completely embedded inside the halls and offices of Congress. This past summer Victor worked as a telecommunications policy fellow for Congresswoman Diane Watson. He is is a doctoral student in the Institute of Communications Research at the U of I, and a policy fellow for the Illinois Initiative for Media Policy Research.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg101405-64k.mp3




mediageek 10-7-05 podcast:The Decline of Commercial Broadcast Journalism and the Rise of PR

Fri, 07 Oct 2005 20:47:24 -0600

John Anderson and Laura Miller join Paul in the studio to talk about the state of journalism in the electronic media. Prior to becoming producer of Free Press' Media Minutes, John worked in commercial radio news -- his last job was morning anchor for the Wisconsin Radio Network. John talks about how he watched radio news get defunded and shrunk under the pressure of consolidation. Laura is the editor of investigative journal PR Watch, published by the Center for Media and Democracy. She talks about how the decline of electronic journalism provided an opportunity for corporations to pass off their own propaganda as news.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg100705-64k.mp3




mediageek 9-30-05 podcast

Thu, 06 Oct 2005 00:02:08 -0600

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg093005-64k.mp3




mediageek 9-23-05 podcast: Your Limited Rights with On-line Music Services

Thu, 22 Sep 2005 01:32:43 -0600

On this edition, the customer is always wrong, how Congress might starve public access TV, and a station for Katrina evacuees goes off the air. Jeff Nicholson-Owens, from WEFT's Digital Citizen, talks to Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Fred Von Lohmann about what music downloading services like iTunes are doing to limit your rights to the music you buy. And we’ll catch up with the other stories in mediageek news headlines.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg092305-64k.mp3




mediageek 9-16-05 podcast: The DIY Scene in Portland, OR

Fri, 16 Sep 2005 20:11:54 -0600

Shawn Granton is an independent publisher and comics artist from Portland, OR. He's currently on a DIY tour across the country giving comics workshops and showing independent videos documenting Portland's thriving and creative bicycling scene. He talks about these videos, and the strong do-it-yourself ethic that pervades Portland.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg091605-64k.mp3




mediageek 9-9-05 podcast: Microradio in Times of Crisis

Fri, 09 Sep 2005 19:49:44 -0600

John Anderson of DIYmedia.net and Free Press' Media Minutes joins Paul to discuss Houston authorities silencing an legal low-power FM station intended to broadcast information to hurricane Katrina evacuees housed in the Astrodome. John also catches us up with what's going on with unlicensed micropower stations.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg090905-64k.mp3




mediageek 9-2-05 podcast: Coping as an Independent Reporter in Iraq

Fri, 02 Sep 2005 20:02:50 -0600

This week Paul plays the second part of his interview with independent reporter Aaron Glantz, who worked unembedded in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein. He tells us how he coped with seeing the horrors around him, and how he ended up in Iraq to begin with.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg090205-64k.mp3




mediageek 8-26-05 podcast: An Independent Reporter in Iraq; An Interview with Aaron Glantz

Fri, 26 Aug 2005 20:15:55 -0600

Aaron Glantz was an unembedded reporter in Iraq for Pacifica and Free Speech Radio News after the fall of Saddam. During his time there he saw a side of the country, the people and the war that was missed by most mainstream journalists who were largely confined to their hotels, and only ventured out accompanied by armed guards.

Glantz shares his experiences and his view on the American occupation in his new book, How America Lost Iraq. Paul interviewed Glantz during a stop on his DIY book tour. In this week's program we hear the first part of this interview, where Glantz explains how he did his reporting and what daily life was like in occupied Iraq.

Read the headline news from this program.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg082605-64k.mp3




mediageek 8-19-05 podcast: Big News Wrap-up - What's Up at the FCC, Telecomm Mergers Under the Radar, Canadian Media Labor Lockout & more

Fri, 19 Aug 2005 21:32:13 -0600

Paul catches up with a boatload of media news, including what's going on at the FCC with media ownership and indecency, a look at some simmering telecomm mergers and more.


Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg081905-64k.mp3




mediageek 8-12-05 download: Lying Media Bastards -- Interview with Blogger & Podcaster Jake Sexton

Fri, 12 Aug 2005 19:38:02 -0600

Jake Sexton is a fiercely independent blogger and podcaster who takes the mainstream media to taske every day on his blog, and every week on his radioshow. As part of our effort to talk to regular folks busy making their own media, Paul interviews Jake about his projects, and about the state of media in Jake's hometown of San Diego, CA.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg081205-64k.mp3




mediageek 8-5-05 podcast: Big News Wrap-Up - FBI Releases IMC Server Seizure Docs, FCC OKs Calvary Chapel LPFMs, Waiting for New FCC Commissioners...

Fri, 05 Aug 2005 20:44:11 -0600

Paul catches up with the news of our media environment, including the recent release of documents relating to the US government's seizure of Indymedia servers last year and the FCC's approval of LPFM licenses for Calvary Chapel churches.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg080505-64k.mp3




mediageek 7-22-05 podcast: Making Podcasting Easier for the Masses and the FCC Busts Free Radio San Diego

Sat, 30 Jul 2005 20:23:16 -0600

This is a fixed version of the podcast, which you may want to re-download due to the feature interview being muted in the first version. My apologies for the problem.

Odeo is a new web-based podcasting application that allows users to easily find and listen to podcasts, as well as produce their own audio, just using a browser. Paul talks to Evan Henshaw-Plath, a developer for Odeo, about this new web service and its implications for more democratic media production.

We also listen to an interview with Bob Ugly of Free Radio San Diego, a three-year-old unlicensed community radio station that was shut down by the FCC on July 21. That interview comes to us courtesy of the V-Man at Free Radio Santa Cruz.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg072205-64k.mp3




mediageek 7-29-05 podcast: Podcasting, Indymedia and Innovation

Fri, 29 Jul 2005 21:10:02 -0600

This week we continue our conversation with Evan Henshaw-Plath, a developer for the on-line podcasting application Odeo.com. Evan has an extensive independent media resume, and we talk about the relationship between podcasting and independent media, and the role of innovation.

We also listen to an interview with filmmaker Michael Lahey, who discusses his documentary on pirate radio in Tuscon, AZ, Making Waves.

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Media Files:
http://www.mediageek.org/sound/2005/mg072905-64k.mp3