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Let's celebrate Radio @ World Radio Day Madrid 2013 (13/02)

Let's celebrate Radio @ World Radio Day Madrid 2013 (13/02) | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

El 13 de febrero es el Día Mundial de la Radio (World Radio Day) que fue instaurado por la UNESCO. Esta fecha sirve para celebrar el potencial de la radio como medio de comunicación pero también para mejorar la cooperación internacional entre difusores y promover el acceso a la información y a la libertad de expresión a través de las ondas.

Ese día en Madrid, la Academia Española de la Radio y Actuonda (consultora especializada en explorar las oportunidades de la Radio en multiplataforma) organizan un evento especial para compartirlo con todos los profesionales del sector. Los actos centrales del Día Mundial de la Radio se celebrarán en el Espacio Cultural Mira de Pozuelo de Alarcón.

El objetivo es reunir a más de 200 expertos para rendir un gran homenaje internacional a la Radio y debatir en torno a los retos y oportunidades de la radio en el entorno digital.

La jornada finalizará con la ceremonia de entrega de los Premios de la Academia Española de la Radio que de este modo reconoce la labor de destacados profesionales y espacios radiofónicos

 

15h15-15h30 Apertura del World RADIO DAY Madrid

Nicolas Moulard, Dir Actuonda/Radio 2.0; Jorge Álvarez Presidente Academia Española de la Radio; Janis Karklins, Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information UNESCO

 

15h30-16h30 / International round table : Tribute to Radio

Máximos responsables de asociaciones internacionales de radio rinden homenaje al medio

Alain Massé, Dir Gen URTI-International Radio and TV Union;  Christian Vogg, Head of Radio EBU-European Broadcasting Union;  Fabio Leite, Deputy-Director Radiocommunication Bureau ITU-International Telecommunication Union; Alfonso Ruiz de Assin, Secretario AER-Association Européenne des Radios

16h30-17h00 / Encuentro Cara a Cara: La magia de la Radio

Discusión abierta entre dos periodistas de reconocido prestigio sobre la evolución de la Radio y su futuro

Juan Ramón Lucas, Ex-RNE y Javier Gallego, Cadena Ser

 

17h00-17h15 / Presentación en primicia del estudio Ocendi ‘Los Jóvenes y la Radio’

Nereida López Vidales Presidenta del OCENDI-Observatorio del Ocio y el Entretenimiento Digital

 

17h15-18h30 / Mesa Redonda: Reinventar la radio

Debate entre directivos de Radio sobre el impacto de las plataformas digitales en la radio tradicional: retos y oportunidades

Diego Pruneda, Chief Digital Officer PRISA RADIO España; Luis Martín Perez/Chief Digital Officer COPE; Ignacio Gómez, Director de Contenidos RTVE.es; José-María Garcia Lastra / consultor Tecnología 2.0 & Vicepresidente AERO-Asociación Española de Radio Online

Moderador : Gorka Zumeta

 

‘La Radio : Más viva que nunca’ Introducción firmada por Emma Rodero, Miembro de la Academia y Prof. en la Univ. Pompeu Fabra

 

19h-20h / Gala –Ceremonia de los Premios de la Academia Española de la Radio 

 

Premios Nacionales de Radio :

* Premio Mª Elena Doménech de voz radiofónica

* Premio especial de la Academia al magacín 'Protagonistas' de Luis del Olmo

* Premio Juan Manuel Gozalo de radiofonismo deportivo a ‘Tiempo de Juego‘ de Cadena Cope

* Premio Salvador Escamilla de Radio

* Premio mejor programa de participación de los oyentes al espacio de Cadena Dial '¿Qué falló en lo vuestro?

* Premio Joaquín Soler Serrano radio y TV a Concha García Campoy

* Medalla de oro de la Academia a Manuel Aznar* Instauración del Premio Bobby Deglané


Premios del Comité Internacional de la Radio

Placa de reconocimiento a la Unesco, a Federico Mayor Zaragoza exdirector de la UNESCO y a la Unión Internacional de las Telecomunicaciones (UIT)

La presentación de la gala correrá a cargo de Luján Argüelles y Albert Castillón

20:30 / Coctel

 

PRE-EVENTO el 12/02 por la mañana

El día anterior, martes 12 de febrero por la mañana, AERO (Asociación Española de Radios Online) y la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid organizan dos mesas redondas en Getafe (ponentes por confirmar)

11h-12h30 / Mesa: Nuevos Modelos de Radio Musical
Con Jordi Finazzi (Director de Negocios Digitales de música en Grupo Prisa), Javier Llano (Director de Cadena100), Raúl Domingo (Socio-director de Know Media)
Moderador: Joaquín Guzmán12h30-14h / Mesa: Nuevos Modelos de Radio Online
Con Juan Ignacio Solera (CEO de IVOOX), Fran Sánchez (Director Comercial y Mkg de Expressa Radio), Zeben Díaz (Director Comunicación de OidRadio), Nicolas Moulard (Manager de Actuonda/Radio 2.0)
Moderador: Nacho Gallego (UC3M)16h-18h / Asamblea General de AERO

Consulta el programa en : http://www.actuonda.com/pdf/World_Radio_Day_Madrid_2013_PgrHD.pdf
Regístrate en : http://wrdmadrid13.eventbrite.com/

 

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FIP and the World Radio Day 2013 sur Le blog des auditeurs - Site Fip

FIP and the World Radio Day 2013 sur Le blog des auditeurs - Site Fip | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Vous, chers auditeurs, êtes invités à donner de la voix. Pour ce faire envoyez sur le site www.wrd13.com vos messages, vos témoignages, quel que soit votre lien avec le monde de la radio (radio publique, radio privée, radio associative ou communautaire, producteur indépendant, amateur, etc...) d'une durée maximale 60 secondes.

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Message of the UNESCO Director-General (copy 1) | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Message of the UNESCO Director-General (copy 1) | United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

World Radio Day celebrates a medium that has transformed the way we communicate and that remains at the forefront of the 21st century. On 18 December, 2012, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the 2011 resolution adopted by the UNESCO General Conference, proclaiming 13 February as World Radio Day, the day United Nations Radio was established in 1946.

The birth of radio in the 19th century ushered in the era of modern communication. The world has changed dramatically since then, but radio has hardly aged a day. It remains widely accessible, relatively cheap and very simple to use. It is still the medium that can carry any message to any place at any time – even without electricity. In situations of conflict and natural disaster, shortwave radio provides a lifeline of information that can save lives.

Radio has embraced the digital revolution to expand its power and reach. Across the world, the cost of broadcasting is decreasing and the number of radio stations is increasing. Citizen journalists and community media are using online radio stations to give voices to those who are rarely heard. More than ever, radio remains a force for social change, by sharing knowledge and providing a platform for inclusive debate.

In a world changing quickly, UNESCO is committed to harnessing the full power of radio to build bridges of understanding between peoples, to share information as widely as possible and to deepen respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, especially freedom of expression. This is essential for good governance, open societies and sustainable development. 

This is why UNESCO works to protect the safety of radio journalists across the world and to support free, independent and pluralistic media, along with the necessary legal frameworks and democratic institutions.

UNESCO is also determined to make full use of community radio to address poverty and social exclusion at the local level and to empower marginalized rural groups, young people and women. Radio is a key platform for education and for protecting local cultures and languages. It is also a powerful way to amplify the voices of young people around the world on issues that affect their lives. We must bolster their skills and give them opportunities to engage fully with radio.

Radio has transformed our past -- it remains a powerful force for shaping a more peaceful, more sustainable and more inclusive future for all. This is UNESCO’s message for World Radio Day.

Irina Bokova

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Official opening of the WORLD RADIO DAY 2013 platform

Official opening of the WORLD RADIO DAY 2013 platform | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

February 13 is the day proclaimed by UNESCO and endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate Radio as a medium; to improve international cooperation between broadcasters; and to encourage major networks and community radio alike to promote access to information and freedom of expression over the airwaves. UNESCO encourages all countries to celebrate World Radio Day by planning activities in partnership with regional, national and international broadcasters, non-governmental organizations, the media and the public.

The International Committee for the World Radio Day is constituted by agreement among the most representative broadcasting organizations. Its purpose is to internationally promote the celebration of the World Radio Day, whom the first edition will be held February 13, 2003 by means of different activities.

This Committee invites all public, private, online and community Radio organizations as well as Radio professionals and listeners worldwide to participate in a global campaign and join voices to tell the world why Radio still is the greatest media!

 

 the World Radio Day International Committee web platform organizes sound item exchanges in order to promote this medium (1 minute maximum). You are invited to produce and to send to this website your posts, whatever your link may be with the Radio world (public Radio, private Radio, community Radio, independent producer, listener …).

 

All international Radio organizations are also invited to actively ask their listeners to participate by publishing the promo banners on their website or by sharing the link on their Facebook or Twitter page. WRD13 could be the perfect opportunity to strengthen radio relationships with listeners!

Any Radio organization will be able to freely download any content available on the platform and celebrate World Radio Day by broadcasting all day, on Wednesday 13 February 2013, audio messages on the importance of Radio from all over the world.

 

 

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