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Hannah Sassaman of Prometheus Radio Project addresses the Alliance for Community Media Conference, Minneapolis MN, July 26, 2007.

On their spring 2010 Making Waves tour, Prometheans Cory Fischer-Hoffman and Andalusia Knoll and Palabra Radio Project's Maka Muñoz drop by New Mexico IndyMedia for a panel discussion.

A presentation by Promethean Hanna Sassaman at the 2006 Alliance for Community Media Conference

Short clip of Prometheus members tabling at the Baltimore Fair, May 2009.

Members of Prometheus and several African Independent Media Centers converge during the 2007 World Social Forum. Among other activities, volunteers helped set up a community radio station at Maceno University and repaired a transmitter at KOCH-FM in Korogocho. Animation by JJ Tiziou.

Prometheus founder Pete Tridish's keynote lecture at the 2007 Community WIreless Network Summit at Loyola College, Columbia, Maryland.

JJ Tiziou's animation of the Halloween 2007 FCC rally. Featuring the Prometheus FCC Cheerleaders!

A JJ Tiziou animation of the Prometheus barnraising of Radio Conciencia in Immokalee, Florida, 2009.

Installment #231 of IndyMedia Presents (February 2007) documenting the Prometheus barnraising of KPCN, Radio Movimiento. Produced by Bill Birney of PepperSpray Collective.

Another great animation by JJ Tiziou, this time of the April 2009 barnraising of KPCN, an LPFM in Woodburn, Oregon, run by Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste.

At a rally outside the FCC on Halloween, 2007, a group of Promethean FCC Cheerleaders leads a call against media consolidation.

Part 2 of a mini-documentary on the launch of WRFN, Radio Free Nashville, April 2005.

An exciting animation/slide show by JJ Tiziou documenting the Prometheus barnraising of WRFU in Urbana, Illinois.

Clip from PRP's LPFM Leadership Days conference.

Installment of Democracy Now! featuring Promethean Cory Fischer-Hoffman on the Local Community Radio Act, October 29, 2009.

Part 1 of a mini-documentary on the launch of WRFN, Radio Free Nashville, April 2005.

Whether they’re organizing their community, spinning records, or fighting big media, all over the country people love community radio. To find out who loves community radio, where they love it, and why they love it, Prometheus is launching the People Powered Radio Project. Please submit a short video clip about you and radio, and send it our way. The videos will be uploaded onto an interactive Google map, showcasing a growing network of community organizers and media activists. 

Because participatory radio is driven by the needs of each community, no two radio stations are exactly alike. The People Powered Radio Project will use personal testimonials to show how radio is individually, communally, and politically relevant. This is your time to tell each other what radio means to you! Please add your voice to the growing network of stories.

For more info, and how to submit, continue reading.