Writer Richard Stockton explores the origins of KSQD through his interview with Rachel Anne Goodman in this week’s edition of local publication, The Good Times. The article, “A Tale of Two Stations,” focuses on the origins of two local independent stations that rose out of the ashes of previous community radio efforts. Goodman’s explanation of how KSQD came to be offers an insightful view of the value of community radio.
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