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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Audio Feature: WGXC Congressional Report news
Jan 16, 2022
Had a great time at Mar- A -Lago last night with @LizLemeryJoy , @EliseStefanik , @Santos4Congress pic.twitter.com/lbA92OuHRT— Aidan Rowan (@AidanRowanNY) January 13, 2022 Here is this week'...
Willette Jones elected new HCSD BoE president news
Feb 02, 2022
Jeanette Wolfberg is reporting for The Columbia Paper the Hudson Board of Education selected Willette M. Jones to serve as its new president and Lakia Walker as the newest member at the board's Januar...
Group organized to fight Ancram development news
Feb 16, 2022
A group of Ancram residents, organized as Rural Ancram, announced last week they have been meeting since November to discuss the scale, scope and potential impact of the proposed Iron Star resort, a d...
Another Hudson Valley hospital halts birthing services news
Mar 02, 2022
MidHudson News reports that Putnam Hospital is the latest Hudson Valley hospital to give up birthing services. In 2019, Columbia Memorial hospital in Hudson stopped doing deliveries. The Putnam County...
Four of five Cairo ethics board members resign, citing harassment news
Mar 18, 2022
Andrea Macko reports in Porcupine Soup that four of the five members of the Town of Cairo’s Board of Ethics Review resigned March 16 because of harassment and other reasons. Edward Brandt, John VanDen...
Former owner, publisher of The Daily Mail dies at 82 news
Apr 03, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the former owner and publisher of the Daily Mail, Gunther Hafner, died March 11 in Queensbury, at the age of 82. Friends and colleagues are remembe...
Developer to submit new site plan for Coxsackie hotel project news
Apr 06, 2022
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Capital Region Independent Media the developer of the South River Street Development project in Coxsackie is expected to submit a new site plan for the project by Ap...
Amtrak asks TSA to screen its passengers against DHS watchlist news
Apr 07, 2022
Mark Albert is reporting for the Hearst Television National Investigative Unit Amtrak has asked the Transportation Security Administration to start screening some of its passengers against the watchli...
Scenic Hudson report says GE should pay $11.4 billion to finish Hudson River cleanup news
Apr 13, 2022
MidHudson News reports that the environmental group Scenic Hudson, with a new study, says General Electric owes $11.4 billion to complete the cleanup of the Hudson River under the federal Superfund la...
Coxsackie has four water main breaks in 36 hours news
Apr 18, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the village of Coxsackie experienced four water main breaks last week as crews worked around the clock to repair them. Mayor Mark Evans announced o...
Audio Feature: Blair Horner of NYPIRG on court decision rejecting district lines news
Apr 30, 2022
MediaSanctuary · Horner of NYPIRG on Court Decision Rejecting District Lines On April 27, New York's highest court in a split decision, 4-3, threw out the newly drawn election lines for Congress an...
DMV urging NYers to apply for new IDs before deadline news
May 04, 2022
Jeanne Tyler Moodee Lockman is reporting for CNYCentral one year from now, on May 3, 2023, the federal government will require a Real ID or another federally accepted document like an Enhanced ID or...
Voters in both counties green-light school budgets news
May 19, 2022
Voters in all 12 school districts in Greene and Columbia counties on Tue., May 17, overwhelmingly approved the districts' proposed 2022-23 spending plans. and ballot propositions. Parry Teasdale is re...
Radio News: The last of the New York City phone booths news
May 24, 2022
Jo Constantz claims at Bloomberg that New York City removed its last freestanding public pay phone from city sidewalks on May 23, moving it into the Museum of the City of New York exhibit, “Analog Cit...
Carey Institute adds easment to property sale in Rensselaerville news
Jun 01, 2022
Noah Zweifel reports for the Altamont Enterprise that the Carey Institute is selling its historic 90-acre campus in Rensselaerville and has implemented a conservation easement regulating possible futu...