New Microradio Documentary Features Tucson Stations

Coming soon to a DVD player near you: Making Waves, a documentary about a cluster of microradio stations in one Arizona city and the people behind them. I suspect it will an interesting cross-section of American microbroadcasting in a post-LPFM world. Expect a review here in the future.
The 66-minute show premiered at the Arizona Film Festival in April and ran for a week on Tucson’s public access cable channel last month. Producer Michael Lahey says a web site about the work is forthcoming.
Making Waves represents another perspective on a movement which has been chronicled in other locales (as well as nationally); each one is an important snapshot of media activism in action.
At least one other (big) documentary on microradio is in the works; production on that particular tale has been ongoing for at least the last four years and as of yet there’s no release date in sight.