Audio Interference – the biweekly podcast produced by Interference Archive – re-launches this October. To mark this occasion, the podcast is hosting Advocacy On-Air, a panel discussion and listening party on the use of radio as a political medium and a community building tool. Guests will include Sylvia Ryerson of Appalshop’s Hot 88.7 – Hip Hop from the Hill Top / Calls From Home, Fabian Muenala Pineda of Kichwa Hatari NY, and Naomi Brussel of Out FM. Advocacy On-Air will take place at Starr Bar (214 Starr Street, Brooklyn) at 7pm on October 16, and is free and open to the public! Please note that because the event is held a bar, it is 21+.
Audio Interference is also seeking volunteers who want to help with the podcast’s production process, including brainstorming content, conducting interviews and audio editing. The podcast features interviews with people directly involved in social movements both past and present. No experience is necessary to join, just the desire to learn. Volunteers will also have the opportunity to attend training events in which they can gain new audio recording and editing skills. For more information on this group and to volunteer, contact Louise Barry.