WJFF


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WJFFWashington Jewish Film Festival (Washington, DC)
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Jason Simon's recent exhibition "Request Lines Are Open" documented the resonance of one particular example of local radio, a show called Soul Spectrum on WJFF, a public station based in Jeffersonville, New York, close to the town in which this gallery started and from which it takes its name.
Simon's photographs are certainly evocative, painting WJFF as a ragtag but sincere enterprise with an endearing residue of signage, equipment, and, of course, records; but the images are arguably a little too melancholic, not just unpeopled but positively ghostly.
The weekly one-hour show airs Friday nights and can be heard for a 50-mile radius from its local broadcast station, WJFF, located in a nearby village of 600 people.