Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
Use the form below to search the entire wavefarm.org site and archive. See also: Wave Farm's Transmission Art Archive, a specialized online resource of artists' experiments with the electromagnetic spectrum in form or concept. The Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, an online resource and broadcast series that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM broadcast.
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Data breach at Empire may affect locals news
Feb 07, 2015
Eric Anderson in the Albany Times-Union reports that at least 109,000 people in the Capital Region may be affected by a data breach. Locals who have medical coverage with Anthem/Empire Blue Cross, the...
Weekend in review news
Feb 09, 2015
Some of the stories that made the news Fri., Feb. 6 through Mon., Feb. 9 Arthur Cusano reported in the Register Star the Columbia County Board of Supervisors announced it will hold a public hearing...
NY Senate passes cybersecurity bill news
Feb 27, 2015
David Robinson in The Albany Busines Review reports that the state Senate passed the legislation Feb. 25 to strengthen protections against cyber attacks after the massive data breach at health car pro...
Anthem-kneeling reaches local high school news
Sep 29, 2017
Spectrum News reports reports that several high school players on the Niskayuna football team kneeled during the national anthem before a Sept. 28 game. The news service talked to one father of a play...
WTEN to play national anthem daily news
Sep 03, 2019
The Times Union is reporting ABC's Albany affiliate, WTEN, reported this week it will be among 171 Nexstar owned stations nationwide that will start their daily broadcasts with the playing of the Star...
Wave Farm News March 2022 news
Mar 01, 2022
Broadcasts with Fred Hampton Jr. and Akua Njeri; on Short Waves / Long Distances; and Black Experimental Docu...
WGXC 2021 Award Nominations news
Feb 26, 2022
At 4 p.m. on Feb. 26, WGXC will announce the 2021 WGXC Programmer Awards live on the radio at 90.7-FM. This year both WGXC volunteer programmers and WGXC Sustaining Supporters voted on their favorite...
Empire State Building car zap mystery news
Jan 28, 2008
From Richard Weir in New York Daily News:In the shadow of the Empire State Building lies an “automotive Bermuda Triangle” - a five-block radius where vehicles mysteriously die. No one is sure what’s c...
Hudson talks enhanced safety for city pedestrians news
Jan 14, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Warren Street in Hudson hosts several intersections that are reportedly problems for pedestrians, along with much of the city's downtown are...
Every national anthem at once news
Jan 11, 2013
Here is every national anthem at once, all begun at staggered times to end together. 193 United Nation countries' anthems are included, plus Palestine, Taiwan, and Vatican City.
Review of local and state results news
Nov 07, 2012
Kyle Adams reports in The Daily Mail state senatorial candidates Republican George Amedore and Democrat Cecilia Tkaczyk, are neck and neck in the race to represent the 46th District in the New York St...
Cross says second sentencing was wrong news
Feb 25, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Former Hudson Alderman Quintin Cross, at the time of his arrest on a variety of counts in 2007, as seen in a Times Union Lance Wheeler photo from...
The Empire State Triangle news
Oct 03, 2008
From Jose Fritz Oct. 2 in Arcane Radio Trivia:In New York City, inside a 5-block square is an area referred to by locals as the Automotive Bermuda Triangle. It is the five block square around the Empi...
Local blue spruce chosen as official Empire Plaza Christmas tree news
Nov 08, 2016
Daniel Zuckerman is reporting in the Register-Star a 45-foot Colorado blue spruce from the Claverack home of Mike and Vinessa Bowman has been chosen as the official Empire State Plaza Christmas tree t...
Former Hudson alderman, Quintin Cross, found not guilty on theft charges news
Jul 13, 2017
Amanda Purcell reports in Columbia-Greene Media that former Hudson alderman Quintin Cross was acquitted of debit card theft in Columbia County Court July 12. Cross, 34, was arrested for stealing the d...
Empire Livestock in Chatham to close news
Apr 23, 2018
Richard Moody is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Empire Livestock in Chatham will close its doors May 1. Empire Livestock General Manager Kenneth Krutz made the announcement April 20. He said the...
Catskill Little League season opens news
May 01, 2011
At 8 a.m. Sat., April 30, over 200 boys and girls from around Catskill with their parents, relatives, and friends, all marched from the Catskill Elementary School to Elliot Field in the annual Littl...
Red Cross makes emergency call for donors news
Jan 05, 2017
The Daily Freeman is reporting the American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood donors due to a severe winter blood shortage. The Red Cross is extending hours at many donation sites for m...
Cross surrenders news
Apr 30, 2012
Hudson resident and former alderman Quintin E. Cross surrendered early Mon., Apr. 30, to Hudson police. Cross, 29, was accompanied by his attorney, Susan Tipograph. Cross was the subject of a statewid...