Celebrate the second annual World Radio Day, declared by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) at a community event featuring three King County nonprofits who each will apply for one of eight new low-power FM (LPFM) radio licenses available in Seattle when the FCC opens the only application window this October.
Even in the digital age, radio reaches the widest audience worldwide, and is able to connect better with communities regardless of economics or education levels and tell stories in a way that resonates in a different way than other forms of media are able to.
Join Brown Paper Tickets for bánh mì at Noon in the studio of Hollow Earth Radio.
At 12:30 pm the local applicants will share why they are applying:
Rahwa Habte, OneAmerica Amoshaun Toft, The University of Washington Bothell Forrest Baum, Hollow Earth Radio Sabrina Roach, "Doer," Brown Paper Tickets
Hollow Earth Radio studios (View)
2018 A, E. Union Street
Seattle, WA 98122