Cards on the table: I am a programmer on KBOO Community Radio, a 501(C)III educational nonprofit foundation. I use the instution to promote revolution.
I can see that there are many ways and means to revolution, and I have chosen broadcast information for my own part of the struggle, because (a) I have some skill in that direction and (b) I think that I can trust people to act on accurate information when it is presented in a compelling way.
Never heard KBOO? It's on 90.7 FM in the Portland metro area; that's between the classical music station and the corporations-are-OK station. Two to the left of the Led Zeppelin station.
KBOO broadcasts in this (Portland) area at an incredible 25,000 watts. The main transmitter can be heard in Salem, in St. Helens, North of Vancouver, East of Sandy--and it is worldwide on the Web, and there are translator towers as well. When I get on the air for a 30-minute program, I feel an obligation to do the best job I can.
I've been broadcasting on several topics; I keep coming back to imperial war--the last program was on the Iraqi Holocaust. However, I've also covered corporate global warming, pointing out that it's hitting harder and faster than we're being told (ever heard of megacryometeors? --thermohaline circulation?)...I predicted months before the fact that the anthrax came from Ft. Detrick...I frequently address the intersection of gender politics and capitalist oppression (who does the dishes where you live?)...and that's just one program on KBOO.
Of course, the programming sometimes sucks. I just endured a discussion of why the Miracle Ball Massage Technique was good for me (sigh). But the point is: we broadcast eco-, feminist-, left-perspective information every weekday morning, and evenings as well. And most of the programming kicks ass most of the time. So tune in.