Dialogos Radio is excited to announce that it has affiliated with Global Community Radio, and that its English-language broadcasts will be carried by “GCR1” and aired by some of its affiliate stations, including the online radio stations Wings Radio 1 and KNDY Extra, with more stations potentially to be added in the future. Broadcasts on both stations will air on Saturdays at 5 am Eastern (U.S.) time. Both stations maintain online streaming of their programming, simply click on their names above.
With these new additions, Dialogos Radio’s worldwide network of affiliates has grown to 24 stations!
Dialogos Radio & Media is now proud to be working with MintPress News, where our two latest pieces, on “Brexit” and on the one year-anniversary of the Greek referendum which said “no” to austerity, have been featured.
Our articles, interviews, and analyses will appear regularly in MintPress News in the future…keep checking back for more!
We would like to announce to our listeners and friends around the world that Dialogos Radio, following the conclusion of the 2015-16 radio broadcast season, is on hiatus for the summer. We will return with new broadcasts and many new surprises once again sometime in September! From all of us at Dialogos Radio and Dialogos Media, have a great summer!
From all of us at Dialogos Radio and Media, best wishes for a wonderful Easter!
We would like to announce the launch of Dialogos Radio’s English-language broadcasts, which will be heard on a weekly basis on e-roi.gr web radio. Our broadcasts will be heard each Thursday at 11 pm GR (9 pm GMT, 4 pm Eastern) and on early Tuesdays at 2 am GR (12 am GMT, Monday at 7 pm Eastern). Listen online at www.e-roi.gr!
We would like to announce to our listeners that Dialogos Radio’s English-language broadcasts will now be heard on WUSB 90.1 FM (Long Island, NY) at a new time: each Thursday from 2-3 pm Eastern time, beginning today. Listen in on 90.1 FM across Long Island, NY and Southern Connecticut, or listen online at www.wusb.fm!
From all of us at Dialogos Radio and Dialogos Media, warmest wishes for a wonderful holiday season… Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2016!
By Michael Nevradakis
On October 28, Greeks around the world will commemorate the anniversary of Oxi Day, the day on which in 1940 the Greek government said “no” to the demands of Mussolini to pass his troops through Greece unimpeded. This no has become an annual commemoration in Greece and is remembered as a moment of great resistance for Greece and its people, despite the fact that it came from a fascist, far-right government in its own right.
Today though, the word “no” has been stripped of its significance in Greece. After the supposed referendum of July 5th, a referendum without a clear question posed to the voters and, despite the 62% that voted no, without a clear message on the part of the voters, as the events since then have shown, we have seen the word “no” converted to yes, yes, YES, yes to even harsher austerity measures and cuts than those which were purportedly rejected in the referendum. And in contrast with 1940, there is no longer any semblance of national pride or a national identity in Greece, no backbone to truly stand up to this onslaught.
We would like to inform our listeners that with the launch of our new broadcast season, Dialogos Radio’s English-language broadcasts will be heard at a new time on WUSB 90.1 FM (Long Island, NY) and www.wusb.fm. Our broadcasts will now be heard on WUSB each Thursday at 1 pm Eastern time.
We are extremely excited to announce to our listeners that Dialogos Radio’s special Greek election broadcast, featuring our exclusive interviews with analyst and scholar James Petras and with Greek analyst Leonidas Vatikiotis, member of the Greek parliamentary debt audit commission, will be aired in New York City this Friday at 5 pm local time on WBAI 99.5 FM! WBAI’s signal covers the entire New York City metropolitan area, and it can also be heard online at www.wbai.org.
This special broadcast will air on a trial basis on WBAI, and we look forward to welcoming the listening public in New York City’s Tri-State area, with the hope that Dialogos Radio can earn a permanent, weekly home on the airwaves of WBAI.
Dialogos Radio is excited to announce the addition of a new station to its growing broadcast network! With the launch of our new broadcast season and our initial broadcast, our Greek-langauge programming will air each week on Hellenic Radio in Perth, Australia, each Sunday at 7 pm local time in Perth! Hellenic Radio broadcasts on 161.95 MHz on the VHF Hi-Band, covering the entire city of Perth and beyond, and also broadcasts online at www.hellenicradioperth.net!
We are excited to include Perth in our global network of cities which receive Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts over the air, and look forward to welcoming listeners in Perth to our growing worldwide community!
We would like to announce to our listeners that our English-language broadcasts which air on WUSB 90.1 FM (Long Island, NY) are moving to a new timeslot. Beginning on June 5, 2015, our broadcasts will be heard each Friday from 12:00-1:00 pm Eastern time on WUSB 90.1 FM and online at www.wusb.fm.
We are excited to announce that Dialogos Radio’s weekly Greek-language broadcast have been added to the programming lineup on Ellines Radio, broadcasting on 1368 kHz on the medium-wave (AM) band in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece, and online at www.ellinesradio.gr!
Our broadcasts will be heard each Friday at 11 pm Greek time on Ellines Radio, which becomes the 19th radio station to join our growing broadcast network worldwide!
In the special New Year’s edition of Hot Doc magazine, Greece’s foremost investigative journalism magazine, leading economists and intellectual figures provide their answers to the question “Which Europe?” Figures such as Greg Palast, Richard Wolff, Mark Blyth, and Henry Giroux, among others, provide their analysis of the Euro, the financial crisis, and the policies of austerity, in a special issue which you will not want to miss! Editing and translations courtesy of Michael Nevradakis, producer and host of Dialogos Radio!
Find Hot Doc magazine at newsstands and kiosks throught Greece for the next two weeks, and online by clicking here!
From the entire Dialogos Radio team of volunteers, warmest wishes for a Merry Christmas, a wonderful holiday season, and a Happy New Year! May 2015 be a year of health, happiness, prosperity and peace!
We look forward to returning with new programming and celebrating a new year of our broadcasts, in early January!