Sound Bricks is a student radio station originating from Anglo-American University in Prague, Czech Republic. Sound Bricks broadcasts 24 hours a day on the Internet at www.soundbricks.net, and its programming is produced by students, volunteers, and faculty. While Sound Bricks is an official project of Anglo-American University, the content of each program is the responsibility of the individual show creators.
Anglo-American University is a diverse and international institution, and as its radio station, Sound Bricks seeks to encourage co-operation, interaction, communication, and understanding within and between the students, instructors, and staff of AAU and the communities they serve.
Sound Bricks serves as a forum for the presentation of opinions, ideas, and observations of individuals and groups, to the community. We also believe in great music. All genres, all ages, all countries are welcome.
Sound Bricks seeks to serve, instruct and inform the students, instructors and staff and the community, through the medium of radio broadcasting and through access to the Society’s facilities, by offering diverse, alternative, progressive, informative and community-oriented programming, and by bringing thought to form and action.
All of Sound Bricks’ programming is controlled by individual DJs and hosts and is not beholden to any type of station-wide playlist or rotation schedule. We value experimentation, spontaneity, and humor. Sound Bricks does not belong to any existing public radio network, and its programming originates at the station unless noted otherwise.
Why the name?
We’re the bricks that build the Lennon Wall. (The Lennon Wall is a famous Prague landmark, and also the name of our student magazine.)