Read On . . .
Did you miss the terrific webinar convened by NCME on February 10th, featuring AIRsters Jenny Asarnow (The Corner), AIR Executive Director Sue Schardt, and Kara Oehler (Mapping Main Street), deconstructing MQ2? No worries. Watch it online at here.
We Media Conference
Head south if you want to explore the "possibilities of the creative now" and hook up with others looking to do the same thing. Find out more here. Other opportunities centered around the conference:
There are other events and opportunities lined up to the We Media conference:
Who Inspires You? Now's your chance to put that name in the hat for the "We Media Game Changer Awards," recognizing an individual, a project, or an organization "leading change and inspiring a better world through media." Do it now by going here.
We Media Pitch-It: They're looking for "commercial and nonprofit venture ideas and will award up to $50,000 in seed funding to the innovators who can bring the best ideas to life." Rules and FAQ are here.
South by Southwest Music and Media Conference
The South by Southwest Music and Media Conference has expanded beyond its original musical roots to become a gathering place not only for musicians, but also for media makers, technologists, and entrepreneurs from far and wide.
2010 NTEN Technology Conference
Nonprofit leaders, IT innovators, communications gurus, fundraising experts, and other nonprofiteers dive into the latest trends and practices to exploit technology to "create more social good in the world." Read on.
Grassroots Radio Conference
Meet up with "volunteer-powered, community radio station" folk amid the redwood groves. This year's host is KMUD. More details here.
NFCB Annual Community Radio Conference
St Paul, MN
PRNDI Public Radio News Directors Conference
Mark the date, and stay tuned for more info from PRNDI on their annual gathering of news directors from across the U.S. flock.
Public Media Development and Marketing Conference
Forth Worth, TX
PRPD Public Radio Programming Conference
Third Coast International Audio Festival
Cool Tool: Tumblr
Distribute and showcase your audio and multimedia pieces with blogging platform Tumblr. It's free, completely customizable, and super easy to use. "Freakin' easy for audio," says AIRster Grant Fuller. It's so simple that you could have created your blog in the time it took for you to read this. Now go do it and then share your blogs with us at email@example.com.
— Erin Mishkin
Show the world your producer pride with our new shirt. Designed by Priscilla Wilson, the shirt — 100% cotton American Apparel — proclaims what we all know . . . see it here.
($10 for AIR members, $15 for non-members)