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Catalyst Radio: Paschka's audio and community interests lead him to WYCE

After serving with two Grand Rapids arts organizations, AJ Paschka finds that being the new station manager of WYCE is a natural progression.

About Catalyst Radio

Catalyst Radio is the weekly public affairs radio program of Community Media Center, with producer and host Linda Gellasch. The program is a feature of WYCE and The Rapidian and includes interviews with organizations and people working on social change and community support, examines media and free speech issues, and takes a look at the behind-the-scenes of Rapidian reporting. You can catch it on air at noon every Friday on WYCE 88.1 FM or streaming on the Grand Rapids Community Media Center Website.

Past Catalyst Radio episodes are archived on The Rapidian.

 WYCE Station Manager AJ Paschka

WYCE Station Manager AJ Paschka

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For this last episode of Catalyst Radio for 2014, we sit down with WYCE’s new station manager, AJ Paschka. 

Joining WYCE after work in the nonprofit community with Grand Rapids Art Museum and Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Paschka talks art and Grand Rapids as a community, as well as about his deep interest in the audio realm specifically. He will also discuss some of the creative and collaborative projects of WYCE, and look a bit to the future and where the station is heading in 2015.



Music in this edition of Catalyst Radio comes from the band Tycho. Off of the Ann Arbor record label Ghostly International, it’s the disc Awake, featuring the song “Montana.”

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