Celebrate the Sound of Tomorrow
Join us for lunch at the Pike Place Market Elliott Bay Room on the top floor of the Economy Market Atrium.
Be the first to get your map of proposed neighborhood radio stations for Puget Sound.
Meet the low power FM applicants who will change the audio landscape of our region.
On October 15th, 2013, the Federal Communications Commission will open an application window for thousands of low power FM radio frequencies (LPFM) across the United States. This window is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build out more infrastructure for our media and community technology ecosystems. With their minimal operating costs and neighborhood-oriented broadcast range, LPFMs can quickly become local multi-platform cultural hubs, providing easy access to production equipment and hands-on media training.
D.A.S.H Center for the Arts (Tacoma)
Earth On-the-Air Independent Media (University District)
Fulcrum Community Communications (Neighborhoods North of the Cut)
Hollow Earth Radio (Central District)
Rainy Dawg Radio (University District)
Sand Point Arts & Cultural Exchange (Magnuson Park)
Seattle University Radio (Central District)
SouthEast Effective Development's Rainier Valley Radio (Rainier Valley)
Sustainable Bainbridge (Bainbridge)
UWave Radio at University of Washington at Bothell (Bothell)
Voice of Vashon (Vashon)
Neighborhoods of groups that aren't ready to be public:
THE BROWN PAPER TICKETS "MAKE RADIO CHALLENGE"
For the past two and a half years, Brown Paper Tickets has been spreading the word about the LPFM opportunity and supporting organizations interested in applying for a frequency. In our hometown of Seattle, we're collaborating with public agencies and advocacy organizations to build a strong foundation for LPFM applicants. We're challenging communities around the country to take what we're learning in Seattle and apply it to their own area.
WHY IS A TICKETING AND EVENT REGISTRATION COMPANY DOING THIS?
Brown Paper Tickets is the only Not-Just-For-Profit ticketing company, with the largest commitment to social responsibility in the ticketing industry. Our social mission is
building healthy communities. We believe that LPFM is a powerful tool in
accomplishing that mission.
Event produced by:
Sabrina Roach, Doer specializing in Public Media
For more information, go to: http://community.brownpapertickets.com/Doers/radio.html
Doer Mission: To support and advocate for public media, as a means of building healthy communities.
Local Mission: To fill every low-power FM (LPFM) frequency in Seattle with a qualified applicant, as a sharable model for success for applicants in cities across the country.
National Mission: To make nonprofits aware of the LPFM opportunity and to provide free guidance and resources to assist in their successful FCC application and organizational development.
Pike Place Market Elliott Bay Room on the top floor of the Economy Market Atrium (View)
85 Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98101
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