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V.22 No.20 | 5/16/2013

Art Scenester

Pirates on the High Frequencies

By Christopher J. Johnson
A secret New Mexico radio station takes to the airwaves, just because it can.

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V.21 No.9 |


The Daily Word: Sony is closing downtown ABQ studio; greasing a shaved baby sloth; circumcision news; Rush Limbaugh's Dr. Lauraesque diarrhea of the mouth

By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Mar 4 2012 12:26 PM ]
In the news: downtown Albuquerque, post-production studio in Albuquerque, Duck Duck Go, Chinese lady wasn't really dead, support an attack on Iran, stupid QR code placement, suspend wireless service, circumcision went fatally wrong, Rush Limbaugh's wacked out rant, A Ride of Death, Deepwater Horizon oil spill case, baby sloth, City of Chicago

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V.20 No.30 | 7/28/2011
New Mexico’s Media Literacy Project to speak up for consumers
New Mexico’s Media Literacy Project to speak up for consumers


FCC taps local media justice group for committee

By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Jul 26 2011 3:51 PM ]

FCC boss Julius Genachowski has invited New Mexico’s Media Literacy Project to join a committee that weighs in on consumer issues.

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V.20 No.14 | 4/7/2011
V.6 No.8 • February 26-March 4, 1997
V.6 No.8 • February 26-March 4, 1997


Free Radio Burque: 1997 Rebel Radio story unearthed

By Veronica Leary-Lodge [ Sat Apr 2 2011 4:00 PM ]

Raising The Jolly Roger: Pirate radio invades local airwaves

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V.20 No.13 | 3/31/2011
Pirate booty
Captain America

Dirt City Archives

Rebel Radio

If we suck it’s your fault

By Captain America

What a jackass. Me, I mean.

A warm autumn evening, 1996. I was sitting on the front porch of the venerable Stanford House, home and hangout to various musicians from Word Salad, Logical Nonsense and Hell Hath No Fury. We were waiting for some Green Party mayoral candidate. “We” being the collective nonentity known as Rebel Radio, comprised of various activists, anarchists, musicians, freaks and weirdos.

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V.19 No.47 | 11/25/2010
Commissioner Michael Copps spoke to a crowd of more than 400 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Sam Adams


Not Just Net Neutral

FCC commissioner rallies New Mexicans around Internet freedom but remains silent on plans

By Sam Adams

Michael Copps of the Federal Communications Commission had a lot to say about the importance of access to information and the Internet. But he remained tight-lipped on how and when the FCC would protect it.

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V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010

Alibi Picks

Public Hearing on the Future of the Internet

By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Nov 16 2010 7:00 AM ]

Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Copps is coming to Albuquerque to hear from citizens about Internet access and net neutrality. Web freedom fighters argue that government and Internet service providers should not restrict access and speed. Opponents of net neutrality say companies should be allowed to develop tiers of access and to direct traffic away from competitors in the interest of progress. Congress, through inaction, has left the topic in the hands of the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, according to Washington Post reporter Rob Pegoraro. So now is the time to speak up. Today’s hearing AT 6:30 P.M. at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (1701 Fourth Street SW) is presented by the New Mexico Media Literacy Project, Free Press and the Center for Media Justice. RSVP and find more info on Internet freedom at

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