09 gennaio 2009

Praga 5-6 marzo: la multimedialità incontra la radio

Non è ancora disponibile il programma definitivo ma ci sono tutti i presupposti per un incontro di idee davvero stimolanti. Il prossimo 5 e 6 marzo, nella splendida Praga, si terrà l'edizione 2009 di Multimedia Meets Radio, la convention che l'EBU di Ginevra (e quest'anno a rappresentare l'organismo ci sarà anche Andrea Borgnino) dedicate alle tematiche "cross mediali", cioè al proficuo connubio tra i linguaggi della radiofonia convenzionale e gli strumenti delle tecnologie collaborative e di rete. Gli argomenti in discussione, annuncia la pagina Web appena messa online dal team del Radio Department dell'EBU, di cui fa parte Mike Mullane buon amico di Radiopassioni (hope to see you in Prague, Mike), riguardano le Web radio, l'interattività e naturalmente il podcasting, una realtà sempre più solida e fiorente.
Quest'anno inoltre ci sarà una connessione diretta tra Multimedia Meets Radio e i Premios Ondas, prestigiosa manifestazione (nel 2009 ci sarà la 56esima edizione) bandita da Radio Barcelona e Cadena SER per premiare i contenuti mediatici di qualità. L'evento avrà il patrocinio dell'ente radiofonico pubblico ceco, Český Rozhlas, che tra l'altro dispone tuttora di una eccellente redazione di programmi per l'estero.

This year's conference will feature some of the best ideas and projects from around the world. Guest speakers will lead the conversation about the future of media.
Topics on the agenda will include internet radio, interactivity and podcasting. Distinguished speakers will address issues such as developing content for youth audiences, new trends in user metrics and the impact on traditional broadcasting of social networks.
MMR09 is an important networking event for producers, webmasters, journalists, developers and new media executives. It is an opportunity for learning from the experience of others, exchanging ideas and sharing expertise.
For the first time, the most innovative content presented at MMR09 will be submitted to the jury responsible for the new media category of Spain's prestigious Premios Ondas. The awards, which go back more than half a century, pay tribute to excellence in media.
The EBU is the largest association of national broadcasters in the world with 75 active members and 45 associate members. The EBU helps public service broadcasters to deliver unique high quality programming to their audiences.
The EBU offers members technical, operational and legal services, and coordinates a growing supply of quality content for radio, television and new platforms.
The Radio Department is active in a number of key areas, including sport, news, international broadcasting, new media and music. Each year the Radio Department coordinates the transmission of hundreds of sport fixtures and major news events, while the Euroradio network relays 2,500 concerts and operas.

1 commento:

Andrea ha detto...

Ecco in forma concisa l'agenda che potete trovare adesso sul sito del convegno:

Day 1 - 5th March 2009

CHAIR: MIKE MULLANE (EBU)
(Speakers in alphabetical order)

9:00 - 9:30 Registration
9:30 - 11:00 SESSION 1: THE FUTURE OF MUSIC ON THE INTERNET

Steve Pratt, Director of CBC Radio 3

Steve Purdham, founder and CEO of WE7

Jonas Woost, Head of Music at Last.fm


11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:00 SESSION 2: INTRODUCING YOUR NEW FAVOURITE ARTISTS

Dominik Born Project Manager for the music platform www.mx3.ch.

Jan Laursen, DR Musik, KarriereKanonen

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 15:30 SESSION 3: DELIVERING INNOVATIVE SERVICES

Daniel Karlsson is VP Sales of StreamTheWorld Europe

TBC

Gerhard Zienczyk is Head of International Relations at WDR.
He will present the Radio Recorder
(http://www.wdr.de/radio/home/radiorecorder/start/index.phtml)

15:30 - 16:00 Refreshment

16:00 - 17:30 SESSION 4: TRADITIONAL RADIO VS NEW RADIO (Panel Discussion)

Tiziano Bonini, radio producer for Radio2 Rai on the project of Amnesia.

Filip Rozanek is Editor-in-Chief of Czech Radio

Barbara Stachowiak and Tomasz Sribniak PLPR

20:00 Social Event - Dinner

Day 2 - 6th March 2009

9:45 - 11:00 SESSION 1: INTERACTING WITH THE AUDIENCE

Adam Bowie is Head of Strategy &Planning at Absolute Radio.

Vaclav Hradecky is Head of the Research and Analytics Department at Czech Radio.

Henrik Heide, DR, personalised web radio

Brett Spencer, Interactive Editor for Radio 5 live

11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:00 SESSION 2: THE LESSONS OF MMR09 PANEL DISCUSSION: SPEAKERS TBC

13:00 END OF CONFERENCE