UC Berkeley students have launched a Twitter bot checker called Botcheck.me that helps any user identify fake news. Method to the Madness host Lisa Kiefer talks to the founders of RoBhat Labs, Ash Baht and Rohan Phadte, about how they are using data science and machine learning to fight the proliferation of 'bad-actor' propaganda bots Friday, April 13th @ noon.
On March 21st, comedienne Margaret Cho dropped by KALX to have a chat with DJ Velvet Einstein only a few hours prior to her show in Zellerbach Hall, held exclusively for Cal students.
Tune in to The Graduates on Tuesday, April 10th @ 9AM for a rocking interview with Jimena Diaz from the Department of Environmental Science Policy and Management at UC Berkeley.
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark lights up The Regency Ballroom with their 80s nostalgia while keeping it modern.
Want to help turn the next wave of radio rookies into airwave avant guardians?
KALX and UC Berkeley have teamed up to launch a crowdfunding project to help send KALX volunteers to the CBI National Student Electronic Media Convention in Seattle this coming fall.
For more information, check out our crowdfund HERE, and thank you for your continued support to keep radio alive!
Wonder what it takes for an album earn a spot on the KALX Top 35? Check out our album review for one of the most played records in March, Typical Girls Vol. 4.
For a portion of this week's Women Hold Up Half The Sky program, DJ Velvet Einstein hosts Berkeley Symphony’s Music Alive Composer-in-Residence, Anna Clyne. Tune in on Saturday, March 31st @ 11AM to hear the interview with this incredible Grammy nominated composer and learn more about her upcoming performances at The Berkeley Art Museum.