Mr. Joni Heinonen, one of the founding members of Lahti’s first local independent radio stations, Rytmiradio and a longtime radio personality and DJ in Radio 99 and in Radio Voima has promised to be part of the ALTERNATIVES2016 Conference. Heinonen will be talking about college radio from the point of view of a traditional radio DJ who’s seen the evolution from LP’s to digital music playlists.
The conference e-mail is now fully functional, so keep those posts coming!
As the Lahti University of Applied Sciences is doing maintenance on it’s e-mail servers, there is a temporary interruption for e-mail traffic to and from email@example.com. The service should be fully operational again on Monday 5th of August. If you’ve sent us e-mail but haven’t received an answer, you can expect it early next week.
Have a nice weekend!
The Conference Team
International collaboration, station management, community and student commitment. These are the hot topics to be discussed in the forthcoming ALTERNATIVES2016 Conference Workshops, taking place on Friday 7th. Workshops will be hosted by both professionals and hands-on makers of student radio. All the attendees who have registered via the website registration page will receive further information on securing a seat at one of the four sessions. Make sure to check the e-mail address you used while registering!
We have received several excellent workshop proposals from around the world with topics that will definitely be of interest to all of us working with student radio. The deadline for proposals ends this Friday. The decisions will be made by the end of June.
The first global student radio conference, ALTERNATIVES2016 is taking shape! Follow this site to see history in the making. We’re all very excited to see the student radio world presented in Lahti in October 6th and 7th. Make sure to secure your seat in this groundbreaking event by registering at firstname.lastname@example.org or right here at Conference Registration page.