CBS Radio Alum’s Neighborhood Station Shows the Power of Local

The internet is making an entirely new kind of radio station possible: neighborhood-local.
Micro-broadcasting, once the domain of pirate radio and 1990 movies starring Christian Slater, is finding new life in streaming audio. No neighborhood is too small. Read more… Continue reading CBS Radio Alum’s Neighborhood Station Shows the Power of Local

No assembly required: Cortelyou Road Radio runs on laptop juice and fiber-optic cable

Ditmas Park residents can now tune in to their own pirate radio station — on their smartphones*. Cortelyou Road Radio sidesteps the complicated antenna set-up and legal risks inherent in an old-fashioned do-it-yourself broadcasting system by using a little thing called the internet. Read more… Continue reading No assembly required: Cortelyou Road Radio runs on laptop juice and fiber-optic cable

Neighbor Robert Clark Gives Ditmas Park A Soundtrack With Cortelyou Road Radio – Ditmas Park Corner

What does Ditmas Park sound like? Neighbor Robert Clark, who has lived in the neighborhood and worked for in radio for over 20 years, is attempting to answer that question with Cortelyou Road Radio. Read more… Continue reading Neighbor Robert Clark Gives Ditmas Park A Soundtrack With Cortelyou Road Radio – Ditmas Park Corner