A fundraiser for KZMU followed by a panel featuring legendary WFMU General Manager Ken Freedman.
Star Hall, Moab, Utah – August 5, 2017, 7 PM
Sex & Broadcasting chronicles WFMU, the scrappy, chaotic, and iconoclastic community radio station in New Jersey. The film is described by the filmmakers as “an American tale of life, liberty and independent radio.” In an opening scene, General Manager Ken Freedman is on the air and delivers what amounts to a manifesto. Moab’s own scrappy, community radio station KZMU was founded on similar principles as WFMU. After the screening, audience members can interact with panelists during a discussion on the relevance and importance of community radio today and where it’s headed in the future. Panelists include Freedman, Sally Kane – Chief Executive Officer of the National Federation for Community Broadcasters, and more. For more information about the film go to http://wfmuthemovie.com/
This is a fundraiser for KZMU in our 25th year tickets are $10 at the door or $5 for KZMU members.
Watch the trailer below