Open Digital Radio

03.02.2011 10:00
Festival edition: 

Moving towards a democratisation of digital radio, cheaper digital transmission technologies allow individuals to access an otherwise rather exclusive communication system. Mathias Coinchon of the European Broadcasting Union shows workshop participants techniques and tools for alternative and independent radiomaking.


Produced by Sourcefabric.

Radio transmission using digital technologies, towards which much of the world is turning as the de facto platform for broadcast, usually requires complex and costly equipment out of the reach of individuals. However, through the use of open source software, hardware hacks and cheaper digital technologies, a new field of possibilities opens for experimentation, micro networks and the democratisation of radio's future. Mathias Coinchon of the European Broadcasting Union and takes workshop participants through a variety of techniques, tricks and tools for opening up radio and developing entirely new systems of broadcasting based on open, shared principles.


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