NEW YORK — The Lower Eastside Girls Club’s new WGRL Internet broadcast studio is helping to revitalize radio’s role in young people’s lives, according to Radio Mag Online.
In a move designed to empower, inspire and educate young women to achieve their creative potential, LESGC co-founder Lyn Pentecost and a diverse group of community, grassroots and financial supporters created the LESGC in 1996, Radio Mag Online explained.
They used a 140-square-foot Airstream Trailer for a recording studio. The equipment selection and the acoustic considerations did present significant design constraints but they made it work.
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