Sex & Broadcasting: A Film about WFMU
Wednesday, March 30 - Thursday, April 7, 2016
New Jersey’s WFMU has occupied a unique position as an independent, commercial-free, listener-supported radio station since its founding in the late 1950s. At its heart is the dedicated station manager Ken Freedman, committed to an unstructured, free- form broadcasting model which has won WFMU acclaim as the best—and perhaps weirdest— radio station in the tristate area, if not the country. Facing a budget crisis, can Ken rally both his volunteer staff and his listeners to keep the station afloat?
Official selection: DOC NYC
- Country USA
- Running Time 78 minutes
- Website www.factorytwentyfive.com
- Director Tim K. Smith
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