[hackerspaces] We got signal !
astera at hackerspaces.org
Wed Oct 7 09:43:51 CEST 2009
this is still pretty inofficial, but we just recently started with a
new project that's now in planning stage: we will be putting together
a radio & podcast program.
as you might know and remember, fish started the idea of doing a radio
show on hackerspaces and hackerspace-relevant topics back in the good
ol' days of HAR this summer, and we wanted to keep up the good work on
his hackerspaces hour for har.fm by making a bi-monthly radioshow for
at first, our scheming led us to come up with two different shows per
1. an interview show, where fish will chat with one hackerspace
founder or otherwise awesome person;
2. the news/community show, in which multiple people should be able to
host the show together (2 or 3, i'd say) remotely, and also receive
dial-ins; with cc music being played in between (this being a wee bit
like the off-the-hook concept).
but besides this, we've already talked to some other people that have
done radio shows or podcasts before, and the feedback was pretty
encouraging! therefore, more recent ideas also include shows on
security-related topics, human sciences, courses, etc. - besides that,
there'll most likely also be specials like live-reports from a con or
all shows shall be streamed live; and a recording is to be made
available online. however, we're also talking to small, local radio
stations that could broadcast a show a week for instance. any way of
pushing those current limits on spreading ideas and knowledge in both
a fun and interesting way shall be fair enough to us ;)
therefore, our current questions revolve around how this will be
implemented technically in the easiest and most moderate way possible,
and, almost just as important, how we will name both the 'station' as
well as the various shows!
so any input from you guys on that matter will be greatly appreciated.
also, if you'd think of another show you'd love to see/hear, or even
want to and can host yourself (on a regular basis): let us know! we <3
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