Monday, November 9, 2009

Endangered Species: Alternative Freeform Public Radio

In Bozeman we are fortunate enough to have one of the few freeform alternative public radio stations left in the country: KGLT.

"Where The DJ's Roam" is a one hour documentary that gives the viewer insight into radio's origins, evolution, and looming demise, as well as the characters that still carry the freeform, dj-driven torch. The sixty-minute video gives great perspective on how precious a station like KGLT is.

After ten years (give or take) of promising myself to "someday" take the KGLT apprentice class, I have finally found myself in the deep end of the radio pool and loving it.

If you like music, you probably already listen to KGLT. If you love music and you live in or near Bozeman, take the apprentice class next spring and be a part of one of the last (and perhaps best) freeform stations in the country.

Order the video from Career Records, here:

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