Independent journalist Mark Taylor-Canfield talks with Norman Goldman about efforts to bring back progressive and independent voices to the Northwest US media. KPTK(Seattle) & KPOJ(Portland) went off the air, sparking groups like Progressive Radio Northwest and KRXY to launch campaigns to establish new broadcast stations and networks in Washington and Oregon.
Come and hang out with Norman Goldman! Jan. 18! Progressive Radio Northwest presents “PARTY ON FOR PROGRESSIVE RADIO” WITH NORMAN GOLDMAN · A Festive Reunion for AM1090 Listeners · A Rally to Celebrate the Future of Progressive Talk in the Pacific Northwest · A Shout Out to AM1090 Advertisers Featuring: National Progressive Talk Show Host, Norman […]
It will be ironic if Wikileaks — which was supposed to expose and undercut the power of the military-industrial complex — helps Republicans win the 2016 election. The revelations about the DNC, about Clinton’s Wall Street speeches, and about private emails may flip the election to Trump. At the very least, the revelations will harm […]
Fisher Communications, owner of Seattle’s KOMO-TV and 19 other television stations, will be acquired for $373 million by Sinclair Broadcast Group, the country’s largest Fox affiliate. Sinclair said it plans to keep Fisher’s three Seattle radio stations — KOMO Newsradio, KPLZ STAR 101.5 and KVI 570 — even though its focus is TV. (Seattle Times, […]