El Tecolote has printed a newspaper since 1970, decades before podcasts came into existence or entered the popular lexicon. With the rise of podcasts in the 2010’s, El Tecolote joined the ranks to kick off this decade and expand our coverage offerings during the pandemic. With the pandemic ongoing, #RadioTeco celebrated a one-year anniversary and hopes to further our news and arts and culture stories through this expanding medium for the 2020’s, El Tecolote’s next half century, and beyond.

We appreciate your support in finding #RadioTeco News and #RadioTeco Cultura wherever you listen to podcasts. The best way to support after listening is to subscribe, rate, review, and tell your people.

Here are select episodes of #RadioTeco podcasts from 2022.

El Tecolote founder Juan Gonzales on 52 years of a community newspaper

San Francisco DA candidate John Hamasaki on the state of the city

El/La’s Nicole Santamaria, Open Minded, Open Hearted

Reproductive justice organizer and abortion storyteller Cynthia Gutierrez

Wynn Bruce’s act of compassion

San Francisco D5 Supervisor Dean Preston on importance of empty home tax

The return of Gabriela López

Uncage, Reunify, Heal

Gentrification & Displacement with housing activist Fernando Marti

San Francisco’s District Attorney Chesa Boudin talks the city amidst recall campaign

El Tecolote founder Juan Gonzales on creating a cultural institution

Sarina Bolden elevates Philippines to their first FIFA World Cup

Inside Mictlan, the making of a Mexican Indigenous video game

Percussionist Leo Rosales on recovering music and himself

A conversation with rising Tejana music star Isabel Marie Sánchez

AfroLatinx Soundscapes series

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