The Radio Conference 2018: A Transnational Forum

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Event Details

Date: 10 Jul 2018 - 13 Jul 2018 – All Day
Venue: Monash University Prato Centre

Description

School of Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ)

International Conference

The Radio Conference 2018: A Transnational Forum

The Monash University School of Media, Film and Journalism, in association with local and international committees and the MeCCSA Radio Studies Network, is pleased to host the 9th Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum in Prato, Italy, 10-13 July 2018. This prestigious international event will bring together radio and audio scholars and practitioners from across disciplines and continents.

The conference takes inspiration from its location in Italy and the Libertà d'antenna ‘Free Radio’ movement of the 1970s through which civil society and commercial organisations pushed for greater access to the media and forced an end to the state’s broadcasting monopoly. At the height of the movement, in mid-1978, more than 2000 independent radio stations were on air, making Italy the world leader in stations per capita. The movement not only freed up the Italian broadcasting landscape so new voices from across the political spectrum could be heard, but some stations also actively sought to break radio free from its established aesthetic through experiments in production technology, style and form.

For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.radioconference2018.com/

Connect with the conference:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/radioconf18/ Twitter: @radioconf18 Instagram: radioconf18

Conference Fees are as follows:

  • The Radio Conference 2018 – Standard: $450 AUD (est. €288)
  • The Radio Conference 2018 – Student: $275 AUD (est. €176)
  • Conference Dinner: $90 AUD (est. €58)
  • ECR & Postgraduate Pre-conference Workshop: FREE

Date July 10th – July 13th 2018

Time See website for details

Venue Monash University Prato Centre

 

 

For enquiries, please contact radio.conference.2018@monash.edu


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