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KXCI to offer window on live radio at new Hotel Congress studio

Tucson community radio station KXCI plans to open a new broadcast studio inside Hotel Congress. Scheduled to open in the fall, the studio will give passersby the chance to see DJs conducting interviews and catch a glimpse of special shows by touring and local musicians.... Read more»

Parisi, Scott back on air Monday

Two longtime local broadcasters are returning to the radio Monday. Talk-show hosts Jim Parisi and John C. Scott are both taking to the air on PowerTalk Radio, AM 1210. Parisi organized the station's new lineup, which includes other local talk and a satellite sports feed at night.... Read more»

Mayan culture boosted by radio broadcasts

A community radio station is part of the change that's taken place in the remote town of Todos Santos in northwestern Guatemala. But the station is harnessing outside influences for a different purpose – to strengthen Todos Santos' own Mayan culture.... Read more»

Power outage temporarily knocks KXCI off air

A power outage on Mt. Lemmon knocked community radio station 91.3 KXCI off the air for about an hour Monday night.... Read more»1

Padres to radio broadcast games in Spanish

The Tucson Padres will broadcast the rest of this season's games in Spanish, the team announced Tuesday.... Read more»

Texas prison radio show is inmates' link to the outside world

On Friday nights, in prison cells across parts of Texas, a window opens to the outside world — a radio show for inmates that links inmates to family, friends and the world outside.... Read more»

Poll: Limbaugh should be fired over 'slut' remark

More than half of Americans think Rush Limbaugh should be fired for attacking a female law student and calling her a slut, according to a new Bloomberg poll.... Read more»1

Sentinel on Buckmaster radio show Friday

Tune into Bill Buckmaster's radio show around 12:30 p.m. Friday for an appearance by Sentinel editor Dylan Smith.... Read more»

Bill Buckmaster leaving KUAT, launching radio show

Bill Buckmaster, the long-time host of "Arizona Illustrated" on KUAT, is leaving to helm a radio program on The Jolt, KJLL 1330 AM.... Read more»

In post-quake Haiti, radio evolves into powerful mouthpiece

Broadcasting from tarpaulin tents, Haiti's radio journalists are striking a more critical tone.... Read more»

Haitian radio helps keep a country afloat

In the aftermath of the Jan. 12 Haitian earthquake, a radio station steps up to provide information and relief to the people of Haiti.... Read more»