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SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

Santa Cruz Radio Access Movement (SCRAM) is acting autonomously and in support of Free Radio Santa Cruz (FRSC).

SCRAM was created to liberate the airwaves for the people of Santa Cruz. Our first action has been the liberation of 101.1 FM for Santa Cruz and neighboring communities. SCRAM is broadcasting Free Radio Santa Cruz's web stream 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

SCRAM encourages other people to take action! Free the airwaves by broadcasting alternative media sources such as Free Radio Santa Cruz. If you can't hear SCRAM where you live, then start a Radio Access Movement in your community.

"What better place than here? What better time than now?" ~ Rage Against the Machine
 
 


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Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

SCRAM FCC Man!
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have been VERY depressed since the FCC stole FRSC's equiptment. I hope they get the hint and figure out a way to give the rights to the airwaves back to the people who own them, all of us!!! fuck corpoprate media and FUCK THE FCC.
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

I give up you win! I quit the FCC! can I have a show?
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

Thankyou for all of your hard work FRSC. I tuned in today!
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

Well done, ladies and gentlemen. Im very glad to see this.
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

Is Freak Radio on the Air or is SCRAM? What up, yo?
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

SCRAM is broadcasting FRSC.
 

Re: SCRAM Takes Care of the Dead Air; 101.1 FM is Free

There's more than one way to skin a cat! we the public will have the last word on this matter not the F.C.C. are the N.A.B. Radio Big Bullie radiobrandy.com/BroadcastBullies1.html
 

Re: SCRAM is needed for a free people

the mass media are often seen as fulfilling the vitally important rôle of fourth estate, the guardians of democracy, defenders of the public interest.

The term fourth estate is frequently attributed to the nineteenth century historian Carlyle, though he himself seems to have attributed it to Edmund Burke:

Burke said there were Three Estates in Parliament; but, in the Reporters' Gallery yonder, there sat a Fourth Estate more important than they all. It is not a figure of speech, or a witty saying; it is a literal fact, .... Printing, which comes necessarily out of Writing, I say often, is equivalent to Democracy: invent Writing, Democracy is inevitable. ..... Whoever can speak, speaking now to the whole nation, becomes a power, a branch of government, with inalienable weight in law-making, in all acts of authority. It matters not what rank he has, what revenues or garnitures: the requisite thing is that he have a tongue which others will listen to; this and nothing more is requisite.

Carlyle (1905) pp.349-350

Carlyle here was describing the newly found power of the man of letters, and, by extension, the newspaper reporter. In his account, it seems that the press are a new fourth estate added to the three existing estates (as they were conceived of at the time) running the country: priesthood, aristocracy and commons. Other modern commentators seem to interpret the term fourth estate as meaning the fourth 'power' which checks and counterbalances the three state 'powers' of executive, legislature and judiciary.
 

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