[cma-l] The Community Media Conference, 23rd September, Bristol.
jo_coleman_home at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Sep 9 12:58:05 BST 2017
This looks like a brilliant event, well done to those who've worked so hard on organizing it all.
Unfortunately, I can't make it and am gutted!
Hope it goes according to plan and that everyone involved enjoys and benefits from attending.
Doctoral student/Associate tutor, Birkbeck College
Chair, Radio Studies Network, MeCCSA
On 8 September 2017, at 20:13, CMA-L <cma-l at commedia.org.uk> wrote:
We're delighted to announce that Hindenburg, creators of the awesome digital audio workstation, will be delivering a two-hour radio production masterclass at the Community Media Conference. Nick Dunkerley will be flying in from Copenhagen to be with us on the day. Nick has more than 15 years experience in public radio broadcasting which started with a background in sound engineering and radio journalism at DR (Danish National Broadcasting Corporation). Before founding Hindenburg Systems, Nick worked as a consultant for community radio stations in Zambia.
Booking is still open for the UK's largest community media conference in Bristol on Saturday 23rd September. Don't forget tickets are two-for-one for CMA members and local community groups.
Early-bird tickets are still available until midnight tonight at £40 for two attendees. And tickets for the Community Radio Awards start at £15 if you are attending the Conference. Click the green ticket button on the right to see the full range of ticket options.
The theme of this year's Conference is ‘Voices in a Changing World’ and we will be exploring how community media stays relevant and responsive to global events that impact at a local level, and how diverse voices and viewpoints strengthen communities for positive social benefit.
There will also be information on funding, community media business models, fostering community development, and an update on SSDAB.
The Community Media Conference brings together broadcasters, producers, community developers, publishers, media enthusiasts, creatives and academics for a day of learning, exchange, and celebration with inspiring speakers, workshops and networking opportunities.
The venue is The Station in Bristol, home to Ujima Radio, Station of the Year at last year's Community Radio Awards.
Tickets are also available for the Community Radio Awards on the booking page - £15 per person for Conference attendees and £20 per person if attending the Community Radio Awards only. The ticket price for the Community Radio Awards includes a hot meal and a complimentary drink.
The Conference agenda is below (subject to change):
09:30 Registration and networking
10:30 Welcome & Introductions - Roger Griffith (Ujima Radio), Lucinda Guy (Soundart Radio and Chair of the Community Media Association)
10:40 Panel Session 1: Voices for Change - Rob Watson (Leicester Media School, De Montford University), Mary Dowson (Bradford Community Broadcasting), Alec Saelens and Sid Ryan (Bristol Cable), and Internews
What is the role of community media in a changing world?
How do we give a voice to diverse communities?
How do we respond to world events and how they affect our local communities?
What is the role of community media in the media landscape?
11:30 Community Media & Community Development - presentation by Hannah Parry (Viewpoint Community Media)
12:10 Panel Session 2: Community Ownership for Fairer Media - Steve Buckley (SheffieldLive), Marta Zukowska (School for Social Entrepreneurs), Anna Merryfield (Social Spider)
Business and funding models that challenge traditional media ownership
13:00 Lunch and networking - special guest Darren Jones, MP for Bristol North West
14:00 Workshop session 1 (choose one of the following options)
'Local Networks' - Danny Lawrence BEM, The Radio Hub
'SSDAB: Looking Forward' - Steve Buckley, Sheffield Live
'Employment FM' - Cormac Lawler
'Radio Production Masterclass' - Nick Dunkerley, Hindenburg (~120 minutes duration over two workshop sessions)
15:00 Workshop session 2 (repeat of session 1 options excluding the Radio Production Masterclass which runs for the duration of both sessions - no late admittance)
16:00 Panel Session 3: Creative responses - Adrian Sinclair (Chapel FM), Magz Hall (Radio Arts), Maggie Ayre (BBC Arts), Sam Richards and Lona Kozik (Sounding Coastal Change).
Talks followed by presentations of work
How do creators working in community media respond to global events?
What can we say without words when words fail us?
What unique possibilities does community media afford creatives?
16:45 Conclusions, wrap up from CMA Council and staff
17:00 Finish, networking
18:00 The Community Radio Awards
Book now for tickets!
Community Media Association
Canstream Internet Radio & Video
Book now for the Community Media Conference, 23rd September in Bristol!
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