Episode 1 of the Student Radio History Podcast. Pirate Radio 3DR – Make Radio Not War

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Pirate Radio 3DR – Make Radio Not War, Episode 1 of the Student Radio History Podcast. As a sort of accident, this illegal station became Australia’s biggest pirate radio project in history. There have been small pirate radio projects before and after 3DR, but none as organised, as ambitious or as notorious as 3DR. This is the FIRST TIME this infamous story has been put together comprehensively and accurately.

In 1971, students and activists created 3DR Draft Resistance Radio created as part of a protest against the Vietnam War. This is the story of a group of young people inadvertently building the first community radio station in Australia.  

Get some radio in your life, listen to the podcast, and stay radical Australia!

IMAGE CREDIT – The Herald, 1 October 1971

OUR FIRST INTERVIEW! Student Radio History on ArtSmitten SYN!

Interview with @artsmittensyn @synmedia available here http://ow.ly/AMbA50xjvSs

Great time thank you for having me! A small nervous breakdown prior to the interview was soothed by the gun Executive Producers, and the media blitz officially begins! If you’re a clever media person wanting some amazing content HMU for an interview about the project. The project is totally independent and totally self-published. Get some youth in your life! 🎙️🤘

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John Maizels

Current SYNner Tom showing radio veteran of 40 years John Maizels how to speak into a microphone! Hahahaha. John was part of 3ST (SYN’s grandparent) in early 70s at RMIT. He cofounded the Monash student radio station, was a part of 3CT at Caulfield Tech, was one of the founding members of PBS and conducted the first test broadcast for 3CR. He joined the ArtSmitten team at SYN for an interview while he was in town for the CBAA conference. During the interview he recalls the time broadcast from inside the elevators on campus for 3ST, making him responsible for the the newspaper headline “Radio’s Rise and Fall”. Today, John is the president of Technorama and a community radio legend! Tom and Marcie co-host and co-produce ArtSmitten on SYN Wednesdays and Sundays. Although they never broadcast from a moving lift, they are handsome, talented, groovy SYNners – and hey, they gave the book a shout out, so they have great taste!

Listen to John’s interview here: omny.fm/shows/art-smitten/john-maziels-interview

P.S: I’ll be on ArtSmitten on Nov 17 at 3pm to chat about the book, kickstarting the media frenzy! Get in 😎🎙️

RMIT Student Radio – From Studio 1 to SYN Media

Me and John Hill from Studio 2, a SYN alumnus from 1964! The lineage: In the early 1960s, student radio station “Studio 1” at RMIT turned into Studio 2, then 3ST (as in ST-udio 2), then 3SRA (as in Student Radio Association), which then merged with a licenced high school station in the late 90s to form… SYN Media! John Hill was one of the earliest members of Studio 2 in 1964-1967, and is currently the Senior Engineer for Channel 7. He shared with me stories of on air shenanigans, a rivalry between the student radio station and the ham radio operators, and memories of the Miss Studio 2 pageant. The off-air interview took place in SYN’s brand spankin’ new studios, the successor to Studio 2 fifty years down the road. Stay tuned for developments on the book which will publish the entire story of Australia’s student radio history for the first time.

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