Don’t touch that dial! Because it may be a thing of the past, as more local ventures go online to keep your ears entertained.
Music Stephen Carradini
There’s never a shortage of articles claiming that old X media will
disappear because of new Y media: newspaper/radio, radio/TV,
newspaper/Internet — same story, different verse.
CFN Gazette staff
An online Forbes article that is scheduled to appear in the Monday print
edition features Chesapeake Energy’s Aubrey McClendon (and was
originally panned by a company spokesperson as having several errors) is
now posted to the company’s website.
Sonarta is one of the newer art galleries in the metro, but it’s physically impossible to enter its doors.
Visual Arts Danny Marroquin
The classical sonata took on an extra letter and a new meaning when
ceramics artist and painter Shahla Reynolds was inspired by her son to
create an online-only art gallery, Sonarta, at sonarta.com.
CFN Gazette staff
Lifechurch.tv, the Edmond-based megachurch with 15 virtual campuses in
five states, has made an application for a new .church domain extension.
ICANN, the organization that oversees domain extensions, is about to
add dozens of new extensions, including proprietary names like .apple
Partnership with KOSU brings beloved alt format back from the dead.
News Gazette staff
After an abrupt jump from the airwaves to an online-only model, the
locally loved The Spy is returning to terrestrial radio. Beginning Aug.
20, The Spy will live from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. on KOSU, the NPR station
that serves the Oklahoma City metro at 91.7 on the FM dial.
‘The Red Dirt Radio Hour’ returns to airwaves, thanks to KOSU.
Music Alyssa Grimley
After more than five years of silence, The Red Dirt Radio Hour
has returned to the airwaves. The show, which features artists of the
Red Dirt genre, has found a new home at 9 p.m. Sundays on KOSU. Based in
Stillwater, the public radio station also airs on 91.7 FM in Oklahoma
City and streams online at kosu.org.