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Audio Interference 68: Brooklyn Pirate Radio

In this episode, we’re sharing excerpts from an event at Interference Archive in July, which featured a conversation between David Goren and Joan Martinez about Haitian pirate radio stations of Brooklyn.

Audio Interference 67: Interference Archive on Radio Survivor

Audio Interference is excited to be bringing you an episode from a guest podcast, Radio Survivor. Interference volunteers Elena Levi and Celia Easton Koehler appeared on the podcast to talk about our current exhibition, Resistance Radio: The People’s Airwaves.

Resistance Radio Closing Party & Film Screening

Sunday, September 29, 5pm – 8pm

On the final day of Resistance Radio, we will show a series of short films related to stations and movements included in the exhibition.

Resistance Radio: The People’s Airwaves

July 11 – September 29, 2019
Opening reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-9pm

Our current exhibition focuses on the people, stations, and organizations that have battled to bring their defiant programming onto the airwaves, and particularly when these actions were in service of grassroots movements and/or community organizing.

Film Screening: Citizen Provocateur

Friday, September 13, 7pm

This 2007 documentary follows some of the individuals whose lives were touched by “The Prison Show,” and follows the long journey Ray Hill made from surviving prison himself as a gay, white collar criminal to becoming an ACLU award-winning activist.

“Yo Yo Mon Brooklyn!” New York City’s Pirates of the Air

Friday, July 26, 7pm

Radio producer and audio archivist David Goren will explore the cultural and political forces driving underground radio in NYC since the late sixties via live tuning, archival recordings and excerpts from his recent BBC radio documentary. David will be joined by a very special guest: Joan Martinez, a filmmaker, an avid listener to the Kreyol language pirates of Flatbush’s “Little Haiti” and an occasional broadcaster on them.