Open Mic: Bringing Communities into Radio [Part 3]

Sendetermin 08.02.2016 10:30 bis 12:00
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10:30-11:25: Fascination Radio - What Community Radio means to us. We interviewed each other.

The Story of Shamim stands for so many women, who are brilliant moms, run a household, but stay away from social life and get isolated. Radio encourages to overcome fears, to participate, to speak as woman.

More Stories of community broadcasters to be heard: Irena from Athlone Community Radio (Irland), Mary and Shamin from Bradford Community Broadcast (England), Riccardo from Novaradio - Florence (Italy), Martina and Robert from Radio Student - Ljubljana (Slovenia), Carmen and Miriam from Radio Enlace - Madrid (Spain), Maiada from Radio Orange - Vienna (Austria).

The broadcast was recorded by the Participants and edited by Walther Moser. Recorded during a week long Meeting in Vienna funded by "Erasmus +" Project (EurEvalRadio) organized by COMMIT from 18th till 22nd of January 2016.

Music from: Warpaint - "Drive", Hindi Zhara-  "Set me free", Modest Mouse - "The Ground Walks, with Time in a Box"



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11:25-11:55: European Community Radio Experiences recording in Vienna during Erasmus Project.

Do Italians do it better? Why is the free Radio in Graz called Radio Helsinki? How the Slovenian Radio Student show about homeless people grew to a two day festival? Why Austrian free radios are still fighting the state broadcasting monopoly? This and much more about Community Radio experiences around Europe in a half an hour programme recorded in Vienna at the Erasmus Project gathering.

By Irena Cvetkovic. Athlone Community Radio - Across the Divide

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European Community Radio Experiences recording in Vienna during Erasmus Project by Athlonecommunityradio on Mixcloud



Information zur Sendereihe

Freiraum, Werkstatt, Labor, Bühne, Lernraum

c/o ist gemeinsam gestaltetes Radio. Ein Freiraum, eine Werkstatt, ein Lernraum - ein Ort an dem Vieles entstehen und verbunden werden kann. Ein Freiraum, weil c/o offen ist, für Menschen, ihre Themen und Ideen. Eine Werkstatt, weil wir hier gemeinsam an Sendungen arbeiten. Ein Lernraum ist jede Sendung. c/o ist auch eine Adresse im Radio für jene, die Ideen haben aber keine eigene Sendung.



Walther Moser
Email: walt@mur.at

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