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Here a new personal website:
… and while we (Third Coast Festival) won?t be hosting the 2009 Conference in Chicago …
Hello, friends around the IFC community,
Here’s ‘BIG NEWS…’ from the Third Coast Festival.
The last few months have seen their share of ups and downs, but we’ve arrived ot the threshold of a new adventure – the TCF is going independent, with continued in-kind support from Chicago Public Radio and additional support from new and existing funders. Here’s the official announcement:
“Sadly, we’re taking a year off from the audio challenge, but we’ll bring it back in 2010, promise.”
We have some big ideas/dreams for the future! I’ll keep you posted. And hope to see you in Dublin, in May. And that you’re all doing great.
(on behalf of Johanna and Delaney too)
Last minute call – registration IFC09
I’m thrilled to be able to confirm that the 2010 IFC will take place in Hameenlinna in Finland, hosted by YLE.
Happy Easter! eh.. Hyvää pääsiäistä!
transom thingie just went live —
lob a few ideas into the mix — I mean in the USA, mention radio and philosophy in the same sentence, and silence is all but guaranteed.
Gregory Whitehead is the creator of radio plays, documentary essays, voiceworks, castaways, soundscapes and acoustic adventures that have roamed the American psyche for the past twenty five years. He is the co-editor of Wireless Imagination: Sound, Radio and the Avant-Garde, and the author of numerous essays that explore radio dramaturgy, poetics and philosophy. He is presently at work on a major project exploring voiced memories of the American dream, and on a number of plays for radio and live stage. For more information: Gregory Whitehead
IFC goes Twitter
We’re on Twitter !, … ever heard of Twitter ?
Here we are http://twitter.com/ifc_radio
We follow in this bètaversion: ‘radio documentary‘ on twitter…
… or we can follow the tweets ‘Susan Boyle ‘
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