After six years of procrastination, I finally got up the nerve to create an account on the Public Radio Exchange. For those of you who are unfamiliar with PRX, it's the bridge that connects public radio stations with independent producers. If you've never browsed their website, it's well worth exploring—there is a lot of radio online that is slightly too weird for terrestrial broadcast. Two Wheels to Nowhere is living there now, as is my latest short documentary Voices from Pie Town.
Here's the surprising part: within a few hours of going live on PRX, Two Wheels to Nowhere was picked up by REMIX Radio, a station that aggregates interesting public radio and podcast content and blasts it out on XM 136 and a terrestrial station in Spokane, Washington. I never expected it, but Two Wheels might get a bit of non-digital airtime. Pretty darn cool.