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David Goren

David Goren

David Goren is an award winning radio producer and audio archivist based in Brooklyn, NY. He’s created programming for the BBC World Service, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Wall Street Journal magazine, NPR’s Lost and Found Sound series, On the Media, and Afropop Worldwide as well as audio-based installations for the Proteus Gowanus gallery, and the Ethnographic Terminalia Collective. In 2016 he was an artist-in-residence at Wave Farm, a center for the Transmission Arts. Currently David is working on the Brooklyn Pirate Radio Sound Map, a multimedia documentary project that takes an in depth look at urban pirate radio.

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Outlaws of the Airwaves: The Rise of Pirate Radio Station WBAD

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