KJZZThis is the woman who doesn't want you to hear Animal Collective on the radio.There's an interesting facebook battle shaping up over the future of Phoenix's NPR affiliate, KJZZ 91.5.The instigator is a guy named Greg Ensell who likes to listen to . . . well, umm, pretty much what I listen to: ... More >>
The cleated tweeter tackles O.J. Simpson, The PHX's hip-hop Klan war, and Police Chief Harris' second helpings of salary pie
Someone's listening after all
The winged wonder rags on dead Republi-con Jeff Groscost, Tempe's "PG clause," and Dr. Sketchy's anti-art lameness
Howard Stern's switch to satellite means a whole new world for Phoenix radio. And for me
Our eagle-eyed scribbler talons Commander Crow, the Dalai Lama's merchandisers, columnist Jon Talton and the artful Phoenix City Council
Hoping The Edge keeps tuning in
See me, hear me, feel me, fund me! Are vlogging and podcasting the ultimate slacker careers?
In a scandal-ridden election year, the top 10 music stories were all about winning the popular vote
The Revolution Starts Now
Sound terrorism comes your way
Short-wave radio, with its fringe elements and bizarre discoveries, is a living, breathing organism
Proposed legislation by the U.S. Senate aims to deter the spreading radio empire. Good luck.
After decades of failure, the well-intentioned still don't get it
Songs for the Deaf (Interscope)
The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse
Mark Insley does an emotional detox in the desert and creates an Americana gem
Local alt-rock station gets close to the EDGE of extinction, but finds a new home on the dial
Stage adaptations of War of the Worlds clash with current headlines, but can't compete with the original radio hoax
Another funk-rap-metal morph disturbs the peace
KEDJ Radio phone prankster Steve Tingle has got your number
A US West telephone repairman goes to war against his employer in an attempt to see that his hometown is ready for a new century
The senator's five years as a prisoner of war have been widely viewed as heroic. But as he prepares a White House bid, a small group of detractors is determined to expose him as a wartime traitor
Three specialty shows are sneaking underground music on the Valley's moribund airwaves
Stern shows off his Private Parts, and they're really quite nice
The King of All Media exposes his Private Parts
A BROADCASTER KEEPS AIRING LIBERAL VIEWS TO A TINY PART OF NORTH PHOENIX. THE GOVERNMENT SAYS HE'S BREAKING THE LAW.
ALL POETRY AND NO MUSIC MAKE ALLEN A DULL BOY; GINSBERG'S BOX PROVES HE'S ANYTHING BUT
DOES LIFE REALLY BEGIN AT 50 FOR AEROSMITH? ITS RECORD LABEL IS BETTING $30 MILLION IT DOES.
EX-VALLEY RADIO HOSST TOM LEYKIS LOSES HIS L.A. TALK SHOW TO THE CHIEF