[Noisebridge-discuss] Not quite dead yet.

Romy Snowyla romy at snowyla.com
Wed Jan 22 00:28:28 UTC 2014

Pardon me if this is already somewhere obvious -/  and good luck in your quest!

1.Is there a podcast or mp3 downloads of the NB radio?
Could we hear some segments of the broadcast? 

2. Is there an internet streaming site for the noisebridge radio?

3.When you mention this project on the general discussion list could you please add a link to the wiki page? Especially if you're mentioning donations.?

1. 2. Podcasts and radio streaming are especially useful for donations from people outside of the Bay Area. 

Note most people I know only listen to fm receiver radio nowadays through their car. I always stream fm if I can when I'm at my house even if I can get the radio 

2. Streaming radio costs are minimal afaik - 

1. By podcast I don't necessarily mean podcasts only on the apple store. But i would prefer to listen to recordings of noisebridge radio in my car or when exercising than any commercial radio out there 

3. Repeatedly posting NB radio wiki with a FAQ avoids redundant questions like mine. I'm also unclear under which wiki name the project is 

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> On Jan 21, 2014, at 1:26 PM, Darius Garza <313kid at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd donate at least $5 to the project. Seems like this venture would be successful on a crowd funding site like kickstarter, indygogo, etc. Community focused projects usually fare pretty well on those fundraising sites. 
> d.
>> On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 10:10 AM, Hilaire Nollette <metatecque at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm Gunna bump this thread,
>> I am very interested in getting a LPFM radio station on the air at Noisebridge, we are in a perfect poistion to do so, costs are kinda high on this type of project. But wow!!!, to be the "Voice of Noisebridge" or "The Bridge" (Clearchannel may already have this TM'd in another market) To have a radio station in SF would be an ultimate goal achieved. 
>> OK, but really what are the costs...
>> Yes, $1,000 to have an independent engineer show the FCC supporting documentation.
>> Then we fund-raise. 
>> Then we have a self-supporting station, That promotes Noisebridge, our classes, educational opportunities, increases our membership, and allows us to be more self promoting. This will also allow us the opportunity to build a better community. I say let's do this.
>> I'd put my money where my mouth is, but, alas I have no money. But you already have my time Noisebridge. 
>> So who's with me?
>> Let's build Noisebridge Radio - I did say from the beginning that it would be a long process, and expensive. I know it will pay for itself.
>> Dead is a misnomer at Noisebridge, There is always somebody to revive projects that get neglected. We should have an AED onsite.
>> Best Regards NB,
>> Hilaire  
>>> On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 1:01 PM, Noisebridge Radio <noisebridgeradio at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I have been contacted by both an independent engineer and the folks up at Sutro Tower about continuing our application with modifications. This will take, I am estimating, an initial outlay of about $1000. It will be at least $500.
>>> As I am disabled I can't afford to do it on my own I thought I would ask if I should continue and how I much help I can depend on. Time is working against us
>>> Any opinions?
>>> Norman (no longer) Radio Officer
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