Thursday, October 26, 2017

More Conglomerates, Less Local Media Coming

There are some big changes coming in local broadcast media that could mean local broadcasters wouldn't need to have a local studio in the town they broadcast in. Other changes will allow more
media consolidation which will eventually lead to most broadcasters being owned by wall street media conglomerates.

A former FCC Commissioner called the changes "a virtual death sentence to local media". 

Here's an excerpt from Common Dreams:

Democratic FCC commissioner Mignon Clyburn told Bloomberg that with the party-line vote to end the rule, the agency is "paving the way for broadcast station groups, large and small, to terminate studio staff and abandon the communities they are obligated to serve."

CommonDreams.org has the story about the changes coming from the FCC.

"In a series of moves this week that have alarmed free speech advocates and critics of media consolidation, the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) voted to abolish a rule requiring radio and television broadcasters to maintain studios near the communities they serve, and FCC chairman Ajit Pai announced..." CommonDreams.org  

Saturday, October 14, 2017

The Classic Rock Rewind starts at 1 pm Pacific Today

Just go to www.radiovegas.rocks or use Tunein app for phone, car or other mobile device. My Classic Rock Rewind Show is classic rock with a twist. Not just the short list of so called classic rock songs. Turn it on now 1-3 pm or Sunday 2-4 pm Pacific. Search radiovegas.rocks for tunein station.


Friday, October 6, 2017

Final Trinidad Art Nights of the season Tonight 6 to 9 pm!




SCHEDULE for October 6th, 2017 Trinidad Art Nights!
Note: Kids Zone at the Trinidad School with Boffer Zone
No Skate Ramps for the final month due to earlier sunset
UPPER TRINIDAD:

SAUNDERS PARK * (start of Patricks Point Drive)
Fire Dancing by Circus of the Elements! 8:45

SIMMON’S GALLERY * 380 Janis Court (Trinidad Coastal Land Trust)
Presenting ‘The Mundane and the Magnificent,’ Watercolors by Paul Rickard.
Music by The Sand Fleas.

TRINIDAD MUSEUM * 400 Janis Court (next to library)
Author John Meyers will read from his book ‘Trinidad: Looking Back From My Front Porch.’
Also, see the newly installed ‘Historical Architecture of Trinidad’ in the Photography Room.

TRINIDAD TRADING COMPANY * 460 Main St.
Art by Anna Oneglia. Music by The New Charlatans.
WIND N SEA * 410 Main St.
Featuring variety of local artisan jewelry.

TRINIDAD EAST:  SAUNDER’S PLAZA
Parking lot near Murphy’s Market on Main Street
Grateful Dead music by Rosewater.  Music sponsored by Saunder’s Plaza Merchants.

THE LIGHTHOUSE GRILL * 355 Main St.
Acrylic Paintings by Antoinette ‘Toni’ Magyar.
BERGERON WINERY * 359 Main St.
Featured art TBA.

TRINIDAD WEST:
TRINIDAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL * 300 Trinity Street
“Kids Zone” : Boffer Ring and Face Painting. Skate Ramps again next year!

TRINIDAD ART GALLERY * 490 Trinity St.
Featuring: Monotypes by Arlene Broyles and Copper Fairies by Sarah Magnuson. Music by The JD Jeffries Band and Harp music by Howdy Emmerson.


TRINIDAD EATERY * 607 Parker Road.
Landscapes by Joan Tillotson.
Music by For Folk Sake! Appetizers and Wine Tasting.
MOONSTONE CROSSING * 529 Trinity St.
Wheat Weaving by Kathy Reid.
SEASCAPE RESTAURANT AND PIER * 1 Bay St.
Land and Spacescapes by Jeff Stanley.
AFTER PARTY:
Disco Trinidad - Hosted by DJ KNUTZ
Ocean Grove 9pm-1am
For more info visit:

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