Making Waves On The Air In Denton

KUZU, a low-power station in the north Texas city, embraces a free-form radio format.

By Jerome WeeksJune 26, 2018 9:30 am| , , ,

From KERA:

KUZU, Denton, went on the air last July, but it took four years for the non-profit to get off the ground. Peter Salisbury learned ‘low-power FM’ licenses were available, so he’s given Denton what he’s long felt it needed: a grassroots sound source for everything from local bands, heavy metal, hip-hop and rare ska tracks to avant-garde tunes and old 78 rpm recordings. Salisbury found a funky space off Denton’s square and has rounded up 45 volunteers (including Sashenka Lopez) to host the shows on KUZU. That’s what you call community radio.

Read an interview with Salsbury here.