History of Sacramento Media
and Beyond by Alex Cosper

Sacramento to New York Road Trip is a thrilling cruise around the USA in about seven minutes. The footage comes from a late nineties road trip from Sacramento to the Southwest through Texas on up to Milwaukee. From there additional footage was taken from Chicago to New York and back to the West Coast. The San Francisco, Sacramento, Malibu and Tahoe footage is from 2014.

Sac State vs The Suck State of Mainstream Media
Mass Media Mirage Info Poem
Pros and Cons of Moving to Sacramento
Sacramento Economic History
The Return of KWOD-ZAP
Introducing the Nu Pop Culture
Book Explores McClatchy Broadcasting History
2015 Music News
Why It's Illegal To Be Homeless In Sacramento
Jane Sibbett Interview: From KRAT to Hollywood
Interview with 98 Rock's Pat Martin
KZAP Returns to Sacramento Airwaves
Captain Carrot at Sac Music Fest
Live 105 / SF Radio History
Interview with San Jose Radio's Dana Jang
Interview with A&R Man Marc Nathan
Sacramento Radio History
How To See Through Media Distortion
History of Sweets in the White House
History of Sugar Addiction in Pop Culture
Interview with Music Biz Vet Jerry Jaffe
Interview with L.A. indie rocker Zebidy Tank
Timeline of American Television
Interview with Harley White, Jr. on Jazz
San Francisco Virtual Tour Videos
Examples of Musician Blogging Errors
The Legend of KZAP
Shifting to Health Food Starting with Smoothies
History of Recording Arts Schools
Sacramento Rock and Roll Museum
How Apps Took Over Pop Culture
History of DIY Music
Mass Mania in Slow Motion
KWOD Story: The Rise of Alternative Radio
Kally O'Mally Releases New Album
Lance Walden's SF Coastal DJ Dream Job
Interview with UK Singer/Songwriter James Cook
Johnny Pride of The Features Still Writing Songs
Anton Barbeau Prepares For New Album
History of the Sacramento Fire Department
History of Ambulance Fraud in America
Brainstorming, Brainwriting and Brainwalking

Welcome To SacTV

SacTV is a growing archive of videos, documentaries and stories that reveal what life is like living in Sacramento. I've tried to document snapshops of local history with a focus on people and places. I worked in Sacramento radio in the eighties and nineties, mainly at KWOD, the former alternative station at 106.5 FM. Many of those memories are preserved here.

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