Last year, we wrote about the Toronto Radio Project, an independent free-form online radio station featuring diverse programming from artists and tastemakers from across the city and beyond. This week they'll be throwing a fundraiser, video broadcasting 30 sets over 30 straight hours from their studio, including plenty of TRP regulars and a handful of special guests.
"We already had the location and a 30-hour marathon seems a creative way to challenge ourselves and succinctly show the diverse range of programming our station offers," explains founder Frazer Lavender in an email to THUMP.
"We wanted to introduce video to the mix, to dip our toes into the water for the next logical step in building our online broadcasting platform."
Head over to the station's website for more information, the live marathon starts Friday, April 29 at 2 PM EST.
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