Sex and Broadcasting (2014)
Sex and Broadcasting plot
When Tim K. Smith moved to New York in 1989, he came across radio station WFMU, which was throwing a potpourri of music and anarchic DJ talk into the air from New Jersey. Smith was immediately sold. This free-form radio station is intended, according to chief executive Ken Freedman, "for everyone who was picked last in basketball in high school". His totally independent station does not care about commerce, but at the same time it appears to suffer from a lack of democracy in the workplace. He tries to keep it going in times of recession, the constant threat of commercial media and the challenge of keeping a rebellious group in check.