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KFJC-FM To Broadcast Live Audio and Video from Surf Festival Reverb Rampage

KFJC-FM Ventures to Berlin to Broadcast Live Audio and Video from Surf Festival: Reverb Rampage!

For its 10th live remote broadcasts, Foothill College radio station KFJC 89.7 FM travels to Berlin, Germany to broadcast sets from Reverb Rampage on October 27.

Los Altos Hills, CA – The KFJC airwaves will be filled with surf music in the coming weeks, as the Foothill College radio station once again travels overseas to present live remote broadcasts, this time from Berlin, Germany.

Volunteer and student-run non-commercial radio station KFJC 89.7 FM will broadcast live music performances from the surf music festival Reverb Rampage on October 27 Broadcasts will feature live streaming audio and video at KFJC.org. Local San Francisco Bay Area listeners can also tune in at 89.7 FM.

Reverb Rampage

A San Francisco Bay Area radio station broadcasting from a surf festival in Germany, featuring bands from Germany and Italy? Of course! Held at Cortina Bob in Berlin, Germany, Reverb Rampage #3 takes place on Saturday, October 27 and will include performances by Surfer Joe (Italy), Mikrowelle (Leipzig, Germany), Bang! Mustang (Leipzig, Germany), the Kilaueas (Berlin), and the Hicadoolas (Berlin).

KFJC’s live broadcast will begin at approximately 10am PDT on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Visit KFJC.org during the festival for live audio and video, as well as for photos and more goodies during and after the festival.

History of KFJC’s Remote Broadcasts

KFJC has been doing live remote broadcasts from outside of the San Francisco Bay Area for 24 years, with its first out-of-state broadcast from SXSW in Austin (1994). KFJC’s first international live remote was 22 years ago: from Brixton, England (1996). In 2000, KFJC volunteers traveled to Dunedin, New Zealand to broadcast 6 nights of live music from the Otago Festival of the Arts.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of KFJC’s first international remote with live video. In 2008, KFJC went to Tokyo, Japan and transmitted its first-ever live four-camera video stream.

Recent International Live Remotes

KFJC’s other live international broadcasts with video have included Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia (2014 & 2017), Eindhoven Psych Lab in Eindhoven, The Netherlands (2015 & 2016), Surfer Joe Summer Festival in Livorno, Italy (2016), and Live from the Icelandic Underground (2017).

Listening Details

Reverb Rampage, KFJC’s 10th international live remote broadcast, will air over KFJC 89.7 FM on Saturday, October 27 (beginning at 10am PDT).

All times are tentative and may change. Tune in to KFJC at 89.7 FM in the San Francisco Bay Area, online at: http://kfjc.org/player/, and on the KFJC Android and iPhone apps. View the live video feed at http://live.kfjc.org

To learn more about the festival, visit https://kfjc.org/events/.

About KFJC:

Student and volunteer- run Foothill College radio station KFJC 89.7FM is a conduit for new and interesting audio art and information, especially the sorts that are unavailable elsewhere. Granted a Metro “Best of Silicon Valley” Gold Award in 2016 and named the best community college radio station in the country by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System in 2012, KFJC airs many styles of music and relevant public affairs programming. KFJC began broadcasting in 1959 out of a broom closet. Since its inception, KFJC has been at the forefront of free form radio programming and engineering, with live remote broadcasts from the UK, New Zealand, Japan, the Netherlands, Italy, and Iceland as well as within its San Francisco Bay Area broadcast range. KFJC has been available worldwide since 1996 via its live webstream and has been providing video streaming of in-station and remote performances for a decade. More information at: http://kfjc.org/