Media Freedom, Pirate Radio & The Digital Revolution.
Originally a blog about running a Pirate Radio Station in Boulder Colorado, USA from early 2000 to early 2005 when the FCC finally shut Boulder Free Radio (KBFR) down. Will continue to post though on the developments of underground radio in all forms, analog and digital (from pirate radio to Podcasting). The world is changing and it's going to be interesting.
Here's a post I put up on Reddit recently; it's in answer to the question of 'what do you do that makes you stand out in a crowd of 200 random people.. prize is $1 MILLION dollars. Theoretical, of course, Anyway.. here's the Reddit post they wanted:
All-righty then. It's really simple, but it took a few years to figure out.
First, I'll go over the list of gear I use for easy setup and tear down. Obviously, get a transmitter. I use the Broadcast Warehouse TX 150. 150 watts. Plenty of power for a small town. Here's the full list of ones they make: