Full Service Radio
Full Service Radio is a community podcast network and internet radio station broadcasting live from a standalone radio studio located inside the lobby of the LINE DC. Full Service Radio features over 30 local hosts and shows with dynamic programming that spans across art and culture, food and drink, and music. The talk radio-style programs include interviews and round tables with local leaders and influencers within the DC community, as well as touring artists, musicians and tastemakers. You can listen to Full Service Radio online, 24/7 at www.FullServiceRadio.org. Our weekly podcasts are powered and distributed by Simplecast.
The LINE DC
The LINE DC is housed in a neoclassical church that has been thoughtfully renovated to preserve the building’s architectural features – including 60-foot vaulted ceilings, millwork and brass detailing, and large copper entry doors – as well as in a contextual addition connected through the lobby. The project includes 220 guest rooms, live broadcast podcast network called Full Service Radio, a number of drinking and dining options from Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka of Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen and Erik Bruner-Yang of Maketto, and a rooftop with sweeping views of the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral. The LINE DC is located in Adams Morgan, DC’s only 24-hour neighborhood that features bookstores and vintage boutiques, live music seven nights a week, and restaurants that showcase the city’s diverse culture from Ethiopian to Peruvian fare.
Founder / Executive Producer, JACK INSLEE
Jack Inslee is the founder and Executive Producer of Full Service Radio, a community podcast network and internet radio station broadcasting live from the lobby of the LINE DC. He previously helped launch Heritage Radio Network, the world’s pioneer independent food-talk radio station in the back of Roberta’s in Brooklyn, and served as the network’s Executive Producer from 2009-2016. He is also a record producer, audio engineer and DJ.
Station Manager / Engineer, ALEXYA BROWN
Alexya Brown is a student at University of Maryland, College Park where she studies Behavioral & Community Health. She’s currently the General Manager at the campus station, WMUC-FM 88.1. She is the host of “welcome to your higher consciousness,” one of WMUC’s long-running hip-hop community on-air programs. Alexya’s passions include hip-hop, urban health policy, and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream.
Post-Production Director, NAT WEINER
Nat Weiner is a radio producer, composer, and sound designer. After graduating from NYU, he helped launch Heritage Radio Network as the network’s chief engineer. He’s produced radio content for East Village Radio, Red Bull Music Academy, and WNYC. He scores film and radio, and produces music under a number of aliases, most notably Wreck Tech.
Engineer, JAMAL GRAY
Jamal Gray is a music programmer, conceptual artist, organizer, and curator based in Washington, DC. In 2010, he began his career as a programmer at DC’s premier Jazz & Social Justice network, WPFW 89.3 fm. Gray currently hosts a radio show “Late Bloom” on Full Service Radio at The Line Hotel DC. As leader of avant garde jazz troupe Nag Champa Art Ensemble, the D.C. native has used his ingenuity to bridge the gap between the city’s underground art and music scenes. Gray brings his unique conceptual perspective when transforming recognized venues such as The John F. Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts, Smithsonian American Art Museum, The Phillips Collection and Capital Fringe, down to unconventional spaces such as warehouses and open lots.
Engineer, FAIZA ALI