Archived #April 2008

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selected programmes IFC, Varna

Dear Colleagues, The EBU Features Group met on Friday, 28 March in Geneva to select the programmes that will feature in the IFC listening sessions. The Group members had to make difficult choices. We are pleased indeed to confirm that the following e

Dear Colleagues, The EBU Features Group met on Friday, 28 March in Geneva to select the programmes that will feature in the IFC listening sessions.

The Group members had to make difficult choices. We are pleased indeed to confirm that the following entries were selected to be part of the listening sessions at the IFC, and we extend our congratulations:

 The lucky Ones 

1.    “Lords Of The Ring: A History Of Aboriginal Boxing”, by Peggy Giakoumelos, SBS/Australia
2.    ” Tonspuren”, by Philip Scheiner, ORF/Austria
3.     “The Case Of Baklava”, by Irina Valchanova & Daniela Manolova, BNR/Bulgaria
4.    “The Wedding Dress In The Lake”, by Susan Mahoney & Steve Wadhams, CBC/Canada
5.     “Leon & Kata”, by Nikica Klobuãar & Ljubo Pauzin, HRT/Croatia
6.    “The World Of Miroslav Z.”, by Marek Janáã, CR/Czech Republic
7.    “The Danish Class – 10 Years Later”, by Jack Jackson, DR/Denmark
8.     “The Power Of Bureaucracy”, by Kathrin Aehnlich & Ingo Colbow, ARD-MDR/Germany
9.       “The Storks No Longer Fly Away”, by Nicole Marmet (Independent), produced for ARD-RBB/Germany and RTBF/Belgium
10.     “Exit”, by Jean-Claude Kuner (Independent), produced for ARD-DKU/Germany & ORF/Austria
11.     “The Diary Of Leanne Wolfe”, by Ciaran Cassidy, RTÉ/Ireland
12.     “Abroad”, by Freek Vielen & Marwil Straat, NPO/Netherlands
13.     “What Is It About Vigdis Hjorth?”, by Hege Dahl, NRK/Norway
14.      “Louis The Sniper”, by Alicja Grembowicz, PR/Poland
15.     “Anneli Loves Conni”, by Måns Mosesson, SR/Sweden
16.     “Glass Windows of The Soul”, by Yvonne Scherrer, SSR-DRS/Switzerland
17.     “Hard Roads”, by Sibel Nart, TRT/Turkey
18.     “The Brixmis Story”, by Jolyon Jenkins, BBC/United Kingdom Jolyon Jenkins
19.     “Lives In A Landscape: Show Girls”, by Sara Jane Hall & Julie Gatenby, BBC/UK

 
Åke Blomstrøm:

 

1.    Siri Kristiansen, Norway
2.    Sarah Boothroyd, Canada
3.    Paula Schneider, Germany
4.    Christian Lerch, Austria

Please allow me to remind you the following deadline and guidelines:

15 April: Deadline for BOTH conference AND hotel reservation.

The contact is: Mariya Zhelyazkova, BNR, e-mail: m.zhelyazkova@bnr.bg

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2008, 34th IFC, Varna (HOME

Extended deadline for IFC Varna

   April 15 34th International Feature Conference, IFC 2008 Varna, 14-19 June 2008Dear Colleagues,For those of you who have not registered yet, the Hosts (BNR) have kindly agreed to extend the deadline for conference and hotel reg

 

 

April 15

 

34th International Feature Conference, IFC 2008
Varna, 14-19 June 2008

 

Dear Colleagues,

 

For those of you who have not registered yet, the Hosts (BNR) have kindly agreed to extend the deadline for conference and hotel registration to: 15 April.

The contact is: Mariya Zhelyazkova, BNR, e-mail: m.zhelyazkova@bnr.bg

 

Best regards,

 

Laurent Marceau
European Broadcasting Union
Head of Eurosonic/Radio Plus

Greetings from Larry Josephson

Sorry I had to miss the IFC this year, but I hope I can attend next year. Would you do me a favor?  I need to find the department in each country’s  broadcasting company, and the person(s) who book or refer New York recording stu

Sorry I had to miss the IFC this year, but I hope I can attend next year.

Would you do me a favor?  I need to find the department in each country’s  broadcasting company, and the person(s) who book or refer New York recording studios to their producers.

I own an ISDN studio in New York that is used by the BBC, VRT, NOS, ABC. NPR and many others.  It is available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, which is advantage for European broadcasters, since we can do sessions at 0100 New York time, for example, which is 0700 in Amsterdam, London, etc. Good for morning programmes. Reporters can record and file from here.

www.radioart.org/studio .

Would you tell IFC members about my studio, and ask them in your next newsletter to send me contact information for the External Relations departments, and for anyone who might need a studio in New York.

I enjoy reading your newsletters, and I’m proud to have been part of the Features Movement since 1977.

-Larry

Larry Josephson,
President,
The Radio Foundation, Inc.
+212-595-1837
larryjo@radioart.org

 

 

grt  Willem
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