RADIOVISION 2013
A festival celebrating radio's future as it takes on new forms in the digital age for the medium's fans, tinkerers, and future thinkers. 
presents 
October 19 in SoHo
 SCHOLASTIC AUDITORIUM, 
 557 Broadway NYC
WFMU’s radiovision turns three with an exploration of the outer limits. New forms of culture and technology always begin on the edges but on Saturday October 19th they will be center stage at the Scholastic auditorium in SoHo New York City. 

This year radiovision offers a separate morning track of programming, and an afternoon track. A full day ticket comes with a catered lunch on the rooftop terrace at the Scholastic building. 
SCHEDULE 
Radio scholar Elena Razlogova moderates a discussion about the radio stations of the future: music blogs, streaming services, and audio platforms. Featuring Soundcloud's Brendan Codey, Songza's Megan Green and Brooklyn Shanti

Presentation - Duane Harriott 

Break


WFMU's Liz Berg will lead a discussion about new funding models for radio and audio production, featuring Planet Money's Alex Blumberg & Chris Bannon (WNYC).

Native Advertising is the latest new publishing model. Brands give creators to "co-create." Author and journalist Rob WalkerOn the Media's Bob Garfield, Writer Starlee Kine, and James Del (Executive Director of Studio@Gawker Media)  tell us how NA is changing creativity, publishing, and journalism
2:15-2:30

2:30-3:15



3:15-4:00




4:00-4:15

4:15-5:00





5:00-6:00




  
Morning Program
Afternoon Program
9:45 - 10:00

10:00-10:45





10:45-11:00

11:00-11:15

11:15-12:00




12:00-12:45
 
Opening Remarks from WFMU's Benjamen Walker

Tom Scharpling host of The Best Show on WFMU takes on the Comedy Podcast with Julie Klausner and Jake Fogelnest

Theater of the radio I with Jon Ronson, Jonathan Goldstein, and Starlee Kine. WFMU's Andrea Silenzi gets three of the medium's best writers to talk about the radio essay. 

Break 

Reddit co-founder and internet presidential candidate Alexis Ohanian presents his new project: Without Their Permission: how the internet will be made, not managed. Followed by a Q & A with WFMU's Ken Freedman

Documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis is our 2013 Radiovision Keynote Speaker. His presentation will be followed with a Q&A led by WFMU's Benjamen Walker.

 For Press and General Inquiries contact bwalker@wfmu.org
Opening remarks from WFMU's Ken Freedman 
 October 19 in SoHo 
 SCHOLASTIC AUDITORIUM,  557 Broadway NYC
TICKETS
Morning Track $50 / Full Day $100 
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