Seattle-area radio lovers, listeners, indie producers and stations, save the date for National Radio Day, August 20. Coordinated by our Doer, Sabrina Roach, the flagship event for the first coast-to-coast celebration will happen right downtown.
Radio enthusiasts are welcome to stop by, view an interactive 6-foot-tall radio tower installation and see a youth-run pop-up radio station in action. Plus, find out about the seven new neighborhood low-power fm stations in Seattle.
Where: Central Library at the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Plaza facing 4th Ave
When: 11:00AM – 12:30PM
Discuss Nationally/Show Radio Some Love: #NationalRadioDay
Register now and join us at the party on the plaza.
The city has so many reasons to celebrate radio. A big one is the creation of seven new low-power FM radio stations during the past year. These new stations will cover 90% of the city and act as important community resources, just like The Seattle Public Library. Come out and show your support, have a blast with us and find out more about local low-power fm. Definitely take a look at the radio tower art installation, built by a local artist in collaboration with our Doer, Maker Tamara Clammer.