For actual information on Civilmedia 08 (registered participants, contributions, accomodation…) please check the wiki.
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GREAT NEWS!!! We just got to know that Civilmedia08: „Cultures – Participation – Dialogue“ has been selected for financial support by the EC (Europe for Citizens). The Civilmedia 08 will take place from Dec. 4-6, 2008 . We hope to see you all again in Salzburg! Further information will follow soon.
Here is the „official“ written report on Civilmedia UnConference: Participation 2.0 as pdf for download. final_report_civilmedia07.pdf This is a radio report (in german, 8 min.) on the conference, broadcast on OE1 (Austrian Public Radio Station) in „Matrix. Computer und neue Medien“ on Sunday, Nov. 25, 22:30 hrs matrix_civilmedia.MP3
More than 100 participants from 16 countries have made Civilmedia 07 a success! Thanks to all who contributed! If you want to know more: We are working on the documentation (video, audio, text) Till this is finished have a look there: Documentation/Media Coverage Programm with details of presentations Participants Press release (in German): pa_civilmedia_12_11.pdf
Attention if you are travelling from or via Germany by train: Starting tonight (Thursday, Nov. 15, 02:00) and ending on Saturday (Nov. 17, 02:00) the „Deutsche Bahn“ is on strike. Further Info (in German): http://www.bahn.de/blitz/view/index.shtml Info hotline within Germany: 08000 99 66 33. From abroad +49 1805 33 44 44. We have startet a space […]
We have now prepared a programme (still subject to change), where you can find details on timing and content of the contributions. Civilmedia Programme
Here is the radio jingle (in german) for the event: You are invited to download and broadcast it wherever you can. 2007_11_17_civilmedia_radio_a.mp3
The „UnConference: Participation 2.0″ is the second event going to take place in Salzburg from Nov. 15-17 as part of the â€œCivilmediaâ€ series. In bringing together international and national alternative media practitioners, researchers, policy makers, activists, and community development workers, the UnConference: Participation 2.0 will consider and review the role of participatory media (Community Radio- […]