Out Loud is retiring - but Queer programming continues on KBOO
KBOO is proud of our long-time support of programming serving and featuring the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning communities. A handful of LGBTQ focused shows have aired over the years, including Queer Queer World, Gender Blender, The Other Team and most recently Out Loud, which began airing in April 2002.
Out Loud was created by a collective of volunteers and has been created by many volunteers over the 13 years it has been on KBOO. Out Loud is retiring in June, and while we prepare to say good bye to Out Loud, we welcome the opportunity for new programs to continue airing in Out Loud's time slot, which is every Tuesday from 6pm - 7 pm, after KBOO's evening news and before Hard Knock Radio.
KBOO welcomes new show proposals serving and focusing on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning communities. Individuals (or small groups of people) are encouraged to submit a proposal for a new queer/LGBTQ program by June 9th. The Program Proposal form can be found on the KBOO website at: http://kboo.fm/volunteer/program-app
To meet KBOO's mission and strategic plan, people from under-represented groups are encouraged to submit proposals. Program proposals need to fit the current format of the News and Public Affairs time frame (ie. not a music show).
The new program proposals will be considered by the Programming Committee on June 9th, 2015. Out Loud's last show will also be June 9th, and pilots of new shows will air during June, with the final decision on the new schedule of shows to be made by Program staff in July.
Thanks to everyone who has supported queer programming on KBOO through the years - and we look forward to new and exciting developments in this area in the months and years to come. Stay tuned!
Out Loud is KBOO's queer culture radio show, celebrating & serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning & allied communities. We feature interviews with community groups, authors, musical talent, and anyone from the queer & allied communities. We strive to give voice to those not heard in the main stream media.
Out Loud is a community created radio show and everyone involved is a volunteer. Please consider joining us! Email us if you have any questions, or even if you just want to say 'Hi!'
For more national and international LGBTQ news and information, check out This Way Out Radio.
To submit event announcements, to share an idea or feedback and to contact the folks who create the show, email OutLoudRadio@gmail.com
If you network on Facebook, you can connect with Out Loud Radio at www.facebook.com/KBOOOutLoud
Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/KBOOOutLoud
Thank you for listening! Until next time, stay proud and live out loud!
We'll also hear from Paul Feldman about CAP programs and services, as well as what's happening nationally and in Oregon with the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Tonight's show features music from and biography of Joshua Klipp, an award winning musician who also happens to be a trans-man. Plus a live performance from Three Finger Jack, our first-ever straight-ally local-band on this radio show. These musicians, plus local pianist Zach Zaitlin, will perform at Mississippi Pizza Pub on Tuesday August 12th.
What some have said about Joshua Klipp:
“A hot and talented musician” - Tyra Banks, The Tyra Banks Show
“Joshua Klipp is the shit! He makes every gender swoon!”
- Elizabeth Ziff, Co-executive Producer of Showtime’s “The L Word”
- Title: Tyra Bank's favorite trans-singer, plus live music from Three Finger Jack on Out Loud
- Date: 8/5/8
- Producer: Carla
- Length: 24:37 minutes (22.54 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Recently voted 'Best place to relive your most graphic sexual encounters in front of a live audience' by Willamette Week, tune in to find out about Dirty Queer. You'll hear from Sossity Chiricuzio, MC of Dirty Queer, the monthly open mic event for queer erotica, which is also a benefit for In Other Words.
Dirty Queer happens the second Friday of every month at In Other Words (8 NE Killingsworth).
Tonight's Out Loud will be the PG-13 version of Dirty Queer, thanks to your federal government's guidelines around indencency. That would be the FCC who makes the rules around what words we can say on the radio. Tonight's radio show has been edited to play by the FCC rules. The true Dirty Queer is NOT PG-13. I like to think of it as XX rated, for the female chromosomes.
Thanks to KBOO volunteer Jacob Anderson-Minshall for this interview.
To continue the theme of performing open-mic style, you'll also hear Ani DiFranco reading "Detroit Annie, hitchiking" by Judy Grahn.
Carla, host, and Jacob Anderson-Minshall, host of QLiterati!, talk about the new monthly event, that takes place every 2nd Wednesday at the Q Center. Hear from this month's QLiterati featured authors: Stacy Bias of The Fat Experience Project, and Hilary Kyle, author of the novel The Antonym of Apathy.
This event happens tomorrow night, Wednesday, July 9th, from 7 to 9 at the Q Cente for readings, an open mic, Q&As, treats and door prizes!
QLiterati! is hosted by Diane and Jacob Anderson-Minshall. Diane is Executive Editor at Curve, the nation's largest lesbian magazine, and Jacob writes the nationally syndicated column, TransNation.
QLiterati! is dedicated to promoting established local LGBTQ authors; while also attracting the occasional literary superstar and highlighting emerging writers during the open mic.
Last month's premier event attracted an engaged crowd who enjoyed free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks, fabulous door prizes and cookies awarded to audience members who posed ask questions to the authors. Even requests for an open mic participant to share his culinary secrets were granted cookie privileges. All this and more for the reasonable price of FREE--although donations are welcome.
Sign-ups for the 30-minute open mic start at 6:45 but interested authors can pre-register if they email the organizers at email@example.com. (Warning: late comers may lose their place on the docket.) It's not necessary for authors to address gender or sexuality in their work.
QLiterati! is July 9th, 7-9pm at the Q Center 1028 SE Water Ave Portland, Oregon 97214
For more information contact the Q Center at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the hosts at email@example.com or visit myspace.com/QLiterati!
On Saturday June 7th, the Q Center in Portland hosted two events for queer youth. The Queer Core Youth Awards honored area youth with a ceremony and gifts. That evening was the annual Queer Youth Prom hosted by SMYRC.
Carla attended each event and talked with participants.
Carla interviews David, organizer with Portland's Latino/a Gay Pride events, happening Thurs June 5 through Sunday June 8. Full schedule of events on their website.
- Title: Portland's Latino/a Gay Pride
- Length: 12:38 minutes (11.58 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Barbara interviews participants from Write Around Portland's Workshop for Transgendered Adults. Participants Jay, Jamila, and Kim talk about their writing process and the nurturing community in the group. You will hear some of their original writings, and we'll also talk to Dawn Thompson, the Program Coordinator for Write Around.
- Title: Write Around Portland's Workshop for Transgendered Adults
- Length: 23:26 minutes (21.46 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Join Carla as she interviews Russ Gage and David Weissman, festival co-directors of the Queer Documentary Film Festival, happening May 29 through June 1 at the Clinton St Theater. Hear about specific movies, as well as the monthly free documentary films being shown at the Q Center.
This is the only queer documentary film festival in the US and only the second in the world. Many movies sold out last year, with over 200 people being turned away from the opening night movie!
The Sexual Minority Youth Resource Center is celebrating 10 years! Carla talks with Jonathan Weedman, program director, and Trey Malicote, who serves on the Advisory Board, about SMYRC's past, present and future.
This is the adult discussion. SMYRC Part 2 (different audio piece) is the youth discussion.
The big celebration party is happening this Sat, May 17th at the Gerding Theater, located at 128 NW 11 Ave. Ticket details and also available for purchase at the SMYRC website.
The Sexual Minority Youth Resource Center is celebrating a decade if providing safety and support for LGBTQ youth in Oregon, through empowerment, community building and education.
In this interview, Carla talks with Zan, adult staff at SMYRC, Tori and Aaron, both are SMYRC youth, about what's going on at SMYRC - past, present and future. You'll hear personal stories, laughter, and so much more!
Part 1 (different audio piece) focuses on the business side of the organization. This Part 2 is youth focused, just like the place itself!