WELCOME TO GREEN VALLEY RADIO

Green Valley Radio is a vintage radio project that explores the music and history of the mid-twentieth century through the lens of emulated radio broadcasts. This project is available on SPOTIFY (in the form of a podcast) and YOUTUBE (in the form of a video series). 

Whether you listen to this once, or come back regularly, thank you for listening!

Questions? Comments? Please write to greenvalleyradio.mail@gmail.com

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If you enjoy this project and want to support its production and growth, please consider becoming a monthly supporter on Patreon.

For $3 per month, you can help cover production costs and contribute to the project's growth.

PATRON PERKS:

  • The Green Valley Radio Newsletter: All patrons receive a type-written newsletter EVERY MONTH straight from the offices of Green Valley Radio!
  •  Project Updates: Periodically, patrons receive updates about the project's status and growth!
  • Credits: Patrons who contribute $5 or more are credited in the broadcasts as 'Associate Producers'!
  • Business Cards: Patrons who contribute $5 or more are sent a set of personalized 'Associate Producer' Business Cards!

Financial Breakdown (as of November 2021):
Website (Hosted on Bandzoogle): $15
Spotify subscription: $12
Total Production Costs: $27 per month

Current Patreon Support (as of November 02, 2021): $31 per month with 8 active Patrons
 

CREDITS

CORRESPONDENTS

CATALINA JACK | NICK SEIDER
HANNAH BOURBON | HANNAH MARKS
Mojave Pete | UB1K
"MR. BOND" | RYAN CONNOLLY
WALTER KLONDIKE | GARRETT FRITZ

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Created by Nick Seider.
Researched, written, edited, and produced by Nick Seider.

RESEARCH SOURCES
News pieces heard in Green Valley Radio are found in the UCR California Digital Newspaper Collection.
The Fashion segments are researched and adapted from Mary Hampton's fashion column published in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
Music selection is researched for accuracy within the UCSB Discography of American Historical Recordings.
All video resources used in YouTube content is public domain and found within the Prelinger Archives.
All sound effects and additional content are from the public domain or produced in-house.

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