KBOO Community Radio: Organizing Portland's Disorderly Possibilities

@article{Sussman2005KBOOCR,
  title={KBOO Community Radio: Organizing Portland's Disorderly Possibilities},
  author={Gerald J. Sussman and Jones R. Estes},
  journal={Journal of Radio Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={223 - 239}
}
Across the radio spectrum, there are relatively few stations in the United States that concentrate on community building and sustainability. One of the country's early community radio stations, KBOO-FM in Portland, Oregon, has been on the air since 1968 and has significantly expanded its signal reach and audience during that time. Preceding National Public Radio, KBOO is the outcome of a Portland grassroots activist movement that initially sought to restore classical music on the local airwaves… 
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