"Post-Communist Local Radio: An Overview" - for a symposium in Austria on "International Models of Free/Private Radio" (1996). It describes the situation in Eastern Europe at a time when broadcasters' innovations and problems were greater than they are today.
The first half of this "Media Network" program from Radio Netherlands (originally aired on 14 November 1991) includes an interview with me recorded just after I moved to Prague, about the local radio scene and my new job as radio director at the Center for Independent Journalism. The interview is split into short segments so it could be mixed with other source material.
The Local Radio Handbook (1991). This how-to guide was published by Internews to accelerate the development of non-state broadcasting in former communist countries. Much of the information is outdated now, but it described how to build and operate a low-power FM or AM station. Translated into Armenian, Czech, Hungarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Russian, it went through multiple editions.
"The Truth Behind Radio Truth" (MP3, runtime 4:04) - for Radio Netherlands World Service's "Media Network" program: my investigation into who was behind Radio Truth, a clandestine radio station broadcasting into Zimbabwe from South Africa. Originally aired on 26 November 1986.
A few slides from a presentation at FAMU in Prague in 2017 titled "Radio in Art."