Professor Jesse Drew is back at DMA with this UC Davis Techocultural Studies students, producing another quarter’s worth of Technocult Radio. Hear their stories and stylings live on KDRT Tuesdays at 11 a.m. This is the 4th year of this particular internship.
Chris Mussen recently wrapped the 300th segment of A Constant Grin, his indie-rock show that airs live on Fridays at 2 p.m. on KDRT 95.7 FM.
Our community is incredibly fortunate to have a firsthand glimpse into the Egyptian Revolution via "United," a short citizen journalism documentary produced by community member Amr Hussein. Amr interviewed a number of people who travelled to Tahrir Square in solidarity for Egypt's future. This kind of footage and insight is rare in mainstream media.
Lin Weaver has remained a stalwart part of In the Studio, hosting and producing many episodes.
Former DMA staffer Eunah Cho was hired as Communications Coordinator for Safety Center in Roseville. We miss her tremendously but are happy for her career opportunity. You can still catch her live on KDRT with Civilization Phaze IV live on Sundays at 10 a.m.
Eunah shares the following message:
“I first came to DMA as a volunteer, a recent college grad with no valuable work skills whatsoever who just needed some structure in her life to try and figure real life out. It turned out to be the best decision I'd ever made in my life. Each person on staff is unique in their temperament and expertise, but they are all the same in the generosity and kindness they have always shown me. The people at DMA gave me everything: valuable work skills, countless opportunities for growth and learning, and so much love and support. I leave DMA for my first full-time job--all thanks to the chance DMA took on me when no one else did--with a heart full of gratitude and love for the wonderful extended family that is Davis Media Access. Thank you to the staff and volunteers who have made my experience there so unforgettable and wonderful.”