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Presented by: David Sarazin Learn to create and run successful radio camp programs for children over March Break and summer. Having a radio camp at your station is a great way to raise funds, while providing a great service to … Continue reading
Presented by Mat Dunlap and Dave Ewenson of Let’s Get Baked
Presented by: Graham Reynolds, Dalhousie Law This session will provide participants with an introduction to Canadian copyright law. Specific issues that will be addressed include the history of copyright, copyright infringement, and the fair dealing defence.
Presented by: Freya Zaltz and Shelley Robinson Your guide to the alphabet soup of organizations and regulations required to run a successful c/c station, including CRTC, SOCAN, CMRRA and IC. Good as an introduction to these topics or for those … Continue reading
Presented by: Jess Grossman (CKUT) Desire, pleasure and sex stories are three parts of sex eductation that are often glossed over. Through audio clips we will explore Audio Smut’s three pillars to making a radio show : content, aesthetic and … Continue reading
Presented by: Tara Thorne Tara Thorne will guide participants through the nuts and bolts of conducting an interview, whether on the phone or in-person, including how to set one up, what to ask, how to deal with crazies, when to … Continue reading
Presented by: Andy Dowden This workshop will provide participants with a description and an overview of sound art, from its social roots in Futurism and Communist Russia, through a century of sound producing technology, to a global “sound culture”. A … Continue reading
Presented By: Max Rothschild and Sylina Jones, Artists Legal Information Services. Find out about defamation law and the limits of free speech. Max Rothschild has a background in English Literature and Cultural Studies. Sylina Jones has a background in Performance and Communications … Continue reading
Presented by Barry Rooke With the rise of social media as a form of interactive communication, Broadcasters now can communicate with listeners 24/7. This fully interactive workshop will look at unique ways and methods that broadcasters and stations have used … Continue reading
Join Michael Craig, the CRTC’s Manager, Radio Policy and Applications for an in-depth look at CRTC requirements for program logs and filing annual returns. Feel free to bring your examples and prototypes to see if they pass the test. He’ll … Continue reading
Presented by: Kim Valliere The NCRA/ANREC is becoming more bilingual and also encouraging members to welcome more Frenchprogramming on air. This workshop will give you the opportunity to discuss various options and ideas on how to increase and retain your … Continue reading
A workshop on developing a sports talk show on campus radio. Topics will include building relationships with members of the sports community; working in liaison with the University athletics department; building a reporting team; and the interview process. Presenter will … Continue reading
Presented By: Candace Mooers This workshop is intended to highlight the advantages and challenges posed by organizing radio work — either programming a show or station administration and governance work — as a collective. Mainly, the workshop will focus on … Continue reading
Presented by John Harris Stevenson A practical discussion about media convergence and Internet traffic management in Canada, how the changing landscape will impact your station’s new media future, and what you can do about it.