The ON2: Test Signals festival will bring together software developers
and radio practitioners to demonstrate, discuss and develop new ways of
applying software to radio on Friday 22 October and Sat 23 October 2010
at Direktorenhaus, Berlin.
Appearing at the festival will be former BBC radio futurologist James
Cridland, NATO Information Operations Consultant David Bailey MBE, Lukas
Weiss of UNIKOM (Switzerland's free radios association) and Chris Weaver
from Resonance FM. Mozilla Drumbeat, Creative Commons, Liquidsoap, MPD
and 64 Studio will also be represented amongst over 30 speakers and
Audiences will be able to set radio free with Campcaster, map the city
with Radio Aporee, stream net-radio with Liquidsoap and hack broadcast
technologies with RadioDNS in a series of free workshops. Sign-up is
free via <http://www.testsignals.org> where the full programme
information can be found.
In association with GTZ, Germany's federal organisation for sustainable
development, the festival will also hold a special preview event with
politicians and policy makers on Thursday 21 October. On Saturday 23
October, festival partners reboot.fm will hold an Allstars Afterparty in
.HBC Berlin featuring some of Berlin's hottest radio and musical talent.
The festival is organised by Sourcefabric. reboot.fm, Berlin's free
cultural radio station, and user-generated radio pioneers Open Broadcast
from Switzerland are official partners of the festival. The festival is
also an official satellite event of transmediale, festival for art and
digital culture, and is the first in a series of open-source workshop
events supported by the Free Culture Incubator. The festival is also
partnered by Mute magazine, a magazine dedicated to exploring culture
and politics after the net.
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