The facts below are all true, they are just slightly misrepresented to
Read the Bios of Our Founders
RadioFreeBabylon is many things. We're a band. We're
a blog. We're a
broadcast. We're creators of books,
screenplays and Images & Comics. We're advertisers.
We're landscapers. We're web-graffiti
artists. We're a traveling roadshow.
We're a movement.
We were described by an Aussie visitor this way: "They disrupt
the everyday and the opinionated links we make between words (& art
& music) and experience; the links that speak as if the world were
easily translatable into a common language and experience that we all
So, yeah - we're sort of disrupters - in a constructive way.
RadioFreeBabylon is a consortium of artists, writers, programmers, marketers, scientists,
landscapers, readers, listeners, filmmakers, comedians, designers, administrators,
teachers, clergy, musicians, producers, thinkers, comptrollers, and doers.
business is media creation. This takes the form of literature, music,
software, web sites, and other such tangible
and purchasable expressions of our gifts. We also trade in the
abstract. Ideas, thoughts, essays,
and stunts. Comedy, drama, fact and
in the 21st Century, our original association had only three members,
located in strategic cities across the North American continent. In
2002, we moved our headquarters from Springfield, Missouri, to a sprawling
campus on the outskirts of Orlando, Florida.
in the playground of the country, home to Disney and other giants of
the Thought and Dream trades, we continue to merge our collective talents
utilizing the latest in technology, both hard and soft, in this syndicate
we call RadioFreeBabylon.
do not confuse our organization with the independent film project that
goes by the name "Radio Free Babylon." We are in no way associated
with that low-budget and heretofore unfinished movie. This name was
registered to us in 2000 and incorporated in Missouri that same year.
If the film project known as "Radio Free Babylon" ever gets
released, we will sue its creators and distributors for defamation.
If there was a movie released called "Xerox," don't you think
the Xerox corporation would have something to say about that? We rest