Options Radio Free Culture: Playlist from October 29, 2012 Options

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Options October 29, 2012: Radio Free Culture #5: Head to an Anti-Police Brutality March with renegade journalist Tim Pool

Tim Pool is currently covering Hurricane Sandy from a mandatory evacuation zone. Watch his live coverage here:

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YACHT  Shangri-La (Instrumental)   Options Shangri-La (Instrumentals)  Available on the Free Music Archive 
Tim Pool  A lesson in livestreaming recorded at WFMU   Options  

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Listener comments!

  6:07pm Cecile:

Tim are you there now?
  6:07pm Cecile:

Be careful!!!!
  6:08pm Ike:

Hello! Lights flickering here.
  6:24pm Steven Falconer:

Check out these courage women protesters! femen.org/en/about
  6:28pm 7SD Fan:

Andrea Silenzi!
  6:28pm Therese in the Studio:

How are the streams sounding? And is anyone listening at 90.1?
  6:29pm Skirkie:

There goes 91.1 again. 128k still on.
  6:29pm Caryn:

Somehow, livestream telling me to "go home" almost seems like an order... :)
  6:30pm Caryn:

20k still on.
  6:32pm Therese in the Studio:

Thanks, Skirkie & Caryn. Hope you're fully stocked and safe in side!
  6:34pm Caryn:

Across the Atlantic, Therese, so no worries here. But hope you are okay over there!
  6:34pm Skirkie:

The building's shaking like crazy but I'll survive it.
  6:35pm hamburger:

remember that time dusty went to the occupy and some guy was like 'wfmu? are you FOX NEWS?~!' :3
  6:39pm Carmichael:

128 loud and clear all day.
  6:40pm Andrew Waterloo:

128K has been going great for me. Had one drop out earlier
  6:41pm Andrew Waterloo:

I seem to share Tim's feelings on protesters.
  6:51pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Tim and Andrea!
Was listening throughout dinner! :)
  6:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Glad to see the Police Brutality protest was double-covered, here and by Clay Pigeon!
  6:54pm hamburger:

something on twitter about a building collapse alarm level 2 :/ not sure how the numbering works..
  6:56pm hamburger:

sorry / man 2 alarm. not level...
  6:57pm Matt from Springfield:

I think Tim may have run the first Livestream I saw--the morning after OWS was shut down I was watching a live feed of the surrounding areas and people who left the site.
  6:57pm sugarwolf:

no 90.1 here, has been out for almost an hour
  6:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, both terrestrial freqs are down?
  6:59pm G:

  7:01pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks again Radio Free Culture!
Avatar 7:01pm Andrea:

Glad you were into this, Matt! I've been totally addicted to Tim's hurricane coverage today. He's on a 30 floor building right now and the power just went out!
Avatar 7:05pm Andrea:

Here's Dusty's show, also recorded at the same protest. Though, strangely, I never saw him there?? wfmu.org...
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