Prometheus Coming to the Rogue Valley
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Help us Build a Community Owned and Operated Low Power FM Radio Station
Rogue Valley Citizens interested in building a low power fm radio station come to Talent United Methodist Church, Talent Oregon, on January 30th at 7:00p.m. to meet with Pete Tridish from Prometheus and find out how to build a community owned and operated radio station. Moe information call suzia (541) 482-0102.
The Prometheus Radio Project and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers successfully put a new community radio station (pictured) on the air in December at a radio barnraising.
The CIW is a community-based farm worker organization. Their members are largely Latino, Haitian, and Mayan Indian immigrants working in low-wage jobs throughout the state of Florida. They may be best known as the leaders of the nationwide Taco Bell boycott.
Radio Barnraisings are conferences where we build an entire Low Power Radio Station from the microphone to the antenna, and gather radio activists, engineers, and community media makers from around the world to trade skills, learn, and plan the microradio movement for the next months.