From LSM’s Principal Lecturer Bryan Rudd: NEW WAVE – The LSM’s weekly media, music and arts show on SIREN FM needs YOU! You’re invited to get involved from across all three years and across all programmes.
Jack Poston will be the programme series editor, and we need folks from all areas of media: film, TV, photography, audio, design, etc to present; research; record; edit; and run the live studio. NEW WAVE will be a sort of sexed up version of Radio 4 type Media Show/Front Row/Woman’s Hour mix with a liberal coating of fairy dust sprinkled on it (in other words aimed at a younger audience!). This is a great opportunity not only for all radio students but for ALL students to talk and present all areas of media, music and culture. We’ll also be targeting members of staff as contributors! Please get in touch ASAP with either me, email: email@example.com or Jack Poston. Thanks.
This Symposium “was based around the key themes of future directions & opportunities in the radio and music industries” said Organiser and LSM’s Principal Lecturer Bryan Rudd. The event certainly hit its aims as you’ll see when you read Bryan’s super summary of the day.
Sean Strange is a third year student at the Lincoln School of Media. He found time in the run up to his finals to capture the LSM’s Radio, Sound & Music Symposium II at the start of this month. SeeSean’s images in the slideshow, below. Thanks, Sean!Another piece to add to your growing portfolio of work perhaps? Please do keep us posted on how you’re doing when you graduate.
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This all day student event will be on 1st May 2013 from 10am in the Architecture Building, ARM201. With a fantastic line up of radio experts, creatives and music specialists, including a panel of our graduates working in the industry you’ll need to book your place now!
Radio, Sound & Music Symposium II organiser Bryan Rudd said this free event “is aimed specifically at students studying Radio and Audio; however, all students from the Lincoln School of Media are welcome. There are a limited number of places so you must book early to be sure of attending. To book your place at the event, you must contact Rosaline Smith in the School office, firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, course/year information and a contact number.”