Nov. 20, 2008 Devin Dunlevy City News Reporter
Free Radio Santa Cruz (FRSC) is no ordinary radio station.
The station headquarters is a cramped room with posters all over its walls. “Build a wall of resistance; don’t talk to the FBI,” reads one. “One percent of the U.S. owns 40 percent of the wealth — what’s your share?” reads another. Countless vinyl albums occupy the small number of shelves.
But the biggest eye-catcher is the prodigious “Jolly Roger” flag draped in the corner. This is fitting, as FRSC is one of a growing number of pirate radio stations popping up all over the country.