Since 2016, The Lot has been live streaming 24/7 DJ sets from a reclaimed shipping container in Brooklyn – but it’s now being threatened with closure.
After arriving in Europe in 2014, Larry Macauley has been trying to raise awareness of the struggles faced by migrants – starting up a trailblazing online platform for Germany’s refugee communities.
When Lea Thau’s life fell apart, she decided to open herself up to the world by starting Strangers, a podcast with a simple goal: connecting lives through the art of storytelling.
Rowan Pybus's virtual reality film reveals the inspirational radio project seeking to change the way homeless youth in the DRC capital Kinshasa are seen.
From Nas to Jay Z, Eminem to Notorious B.I.G., some of the biggest rappers got their start on an independent, underground radio show in the middle of the night. Now its story is finally getting the recognition it deserves.
Stephanie Foo got her dream job by being really good at failing. Today she’s a producer at T.A.L., quite possibly the best storytelling podcast in the world.
KEXP is a college radio station churning out first class videos of live performances - giving vital support to independent artists.
Russian radio DJs Tatyana Andrianova and Mihail Rezvan are championing new independent music in Moscow and beyond.
In Huck 50, Stephanie Foo told us about her journey from aspiring journalist to public radio producer, spurred on by a love of great stories. When we asked her about her favourite individual shows and podcasts, she was more than happy to share.
For This American Life producer Stephanie Foo, the key to achieving your dreams is giving yourself permission to fail.
Exhibition looks at the legacy of London's pirate radio stations and how they fostered vibrant subcultures by bringing new music to the airwaves.
WFMU is what truly independent radio sounds like - and it’s batshit insane. Director Tim K. Smith talks about his documentary Sex and Broadcasting: The Story of WFMU.