Required Radio contributor Gabe Salzman interviews stunt coordinator Chuck Borden. He most recently worked on The Haunting of Hill House. He talked about how he got his start, the stunts industry, and working on the successful Netflix show.
An irreverent, satirical & occasionally hysterical quiz show that aims to rattle through current news, via the medium of radio/pod, guided by a handful of shaved monkeys. Joining host Mark Turner are regular team captains Darcie Nolan and Mark Barsocchini, and guest panelists pulled from our address books – or off the street!
An irreverent, satirical & occasionally hysterical quiz show that aims to rattle through current news, via the medium of radio/pod, guided by a handful of shaved monkeys. Joining host Mark Turner are regular team captains Darcie Nolan and Mark Barsocchini, and guest panelists pulled from our address books – or off the street! For more episodes of Whistle Stop Week, check out their show page on Required Radio at requiredradio.com.
Hofstra’s Music Fest was an exciting time for everyone that showed up there. Hofstra Concerts put together a great show and tactfully organized 5 separate acts.The performers were Aaron West, The Last Great Kings, CRUISR, Kirk Knight, and the headliner was PVRIS. The most notable performance for Hofstra students was Battle for Music Fest Winners “The Last Great Kings”. “The Last Great Kings”, like most college bands, were very humble and were excited to perform at their biggest venue yet in their young careers.
Their lead guitarist, Tommy O’Connor, was able to give Required Radio a minute to talk about the scale of this performance, “This is miles different from anything we’ve ever done… we’re not used to having other people help us set up; when we brought our equipment and people were like, ‘no we’ll take that for you’, it was a big thing and we were like, ‘no we can do it’, and they said, ‘no let us help you…it’s the professionalism, it’s just like…I feel like a real band”.
After The Last Great Kings’ performance, CRUISR came up to rock the stage. The gave a shout out to headliner PVRIS, with their lead guitarist and vocalist Andy States saying how the two bands are really good friends. Guitarist Bruno Catrambone elaborated on their relationship, telling Required Radio, “Yeah…they’re really cool, we toured with them and became friends as a result”. Some of the most exciting moments of CRUISR’s show was that they played some unreleased songs, which were a special treat for the Hofstra faithful.
The headliner of the show was PVRIS, who expectedly drew the largest crowd. One of the best moments of their whole act was when lead singer Lynn Gunn started drumming with drummer Brad Griffin;
PVRIS was a fantastic act, and the student were really getting into the music and were incredibly engaged in the performance. PVRIS even came back on for an encore after their last song. Gunn also gave out some of her guitar picks, and Griffin threw his drumsticks into the crowd.
All in all, Hofstra’s Spring Music Fest was the most exciting moment of this semester. It lived up to the billing of being a very hype concert and the feeling was that everyone who went went home satisfied.
It’s another fantastic episode of the comedy variety show Whistle Stop Week. Join in with Mark Turner and his friends as banter about current events and generally just crack jokes at each other within the setting of a game show. For all episodes of Season 2 of Whistle Stop Week, please go to their show tab at here at Required Radio. For more keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com.
In our post-Thanksgiving episode of 2017, Ben Abrams interviews Eli Cane, co-creator and producer of the film “On A Knife Edge”, the coming-of-age tale of a young Native American activist.
Reporter Tommy O’Connor then explores local farming and food insecurity on Long Island.
Originally aired on 11/28/17 on WRHU-FM.
In our sophomore episode, Nailah Andre explores a Long Island writing program tailored for formerly incarcerated women, and faculty contributor Mario A. Murillo explores the effects of the recent Colombian peace deal on the country’s coca growers.
Originally aired on 11/21/17 on WRHU-FM.
On the inaugural episode of Getting To The Root, Ben Abrams speaks with community journalists and explores a quirky new idea for space exploration. Nailah Andre sits down with Raquel Willis to talk about issues facing the transgender community under the shadow of the Trump administration. For more keep it locked in to Required Radio at requiredradio.com. Also if you have any content submissions, please use the Content Submissions tab.
Originally aired on 11/14/17 on WRHU-FM.
Ever get tired of hearing the same music every day? I know me and my colleagues are. Everyday we listen to the same material on radio because, as well know, money speaks for itself. And the sad reality is that if an artist or dj doesn’t having financial backing behind their music, or at least a solid following, they have minimal leverage to present to a radio station. This has made artist and listeners go els ware to find alternatives. Which is why I came up with the idea of starting Open Format Media. Open format radio is here to offer an alternative to your everyday radio misery. We will be offering a broad range of music from around the country, along with interviews with music artist and media influences.
Learn about NFL Player Greg Van Roten and his battle from undrafted free agent to playing on one of the best teams in the NFL