[Imc-london-audio] Re: future indy shows on resonanace
planet-mail at pop3.poptel.org.uk
Fri Feb 25 00:17:36 PST 2005
actualy no, i hadn't agreed to this.
but if you do every 3rd week that's cool too :)
some good ideas in here as well - though it strikes me that as with current
everyone would have to be flexible about moving around - because life is
life and things
come up - people are away (assume pen is away again next month etc etc) -
just being realistic!
would be good to hear what pen thinks of this - we should have a get
together as well
and chat together i reckon.
At 19:58 21/02/2005, zcat wrote:
>So as a silence after a proposal usually donates acceptence of said
>proposal.(or at least no objections to it)
>I guess this means its accepted. kool :)
>so a rota should be started.
>this week weds 23rd Planet is in town so its his responsibility (he has
>said as much in phone conversation)
>next week 2nd march Pennie and the week after me on the 9th march
>I've put the url of the proposal up on the wiki and put a rota there too
>its at http://docs.indymedia.org/view/Local/UkRadioLondonSchedule
>If for some reason P wants to switch round then fine (but id rather not do
>the 2nd as am doing other radio projects the night b4 that)
>zcat writes on 17 Feb 2005, 04:10:16 AM :
>>OK I expect Pen will be back now ... welcome home :)
>>I have been thinking about this for sometime now and have come to these
>>conclusions here is a long thought out proposal
>>I have spoken to a few people about the premade shows ive been producing
>>from home and the feed back ive got has been very encouraging. partly now
>>that ive worked out how to put my voice stright into audacity (but could
>>do with a better mic)
>>I think we have each developed our own uinique style which is different
>>from each other.
>>Basicly i dont like the format of running thru as many stories as we
>>possibly can at a breakneck speed, I feel a bit drained after shows
>>whereas if I am doing my own thing I can work at my own pace and think I
>>sound better to the audience when relaxed.
>>I dont think we really inform as much as we would like to, I think we do
>>listeners an 'info overload' sometimes (There is too much stuff that
>>dosent get aired cause there aint enough time)
>>I think somtimes its nice to have a much more laid back music speech mix
>>rather than the 'news desk' approach.
>>Also the 'i will do it every 2 weeks' didnt work as i have produced
>>nearly every outro for the last 6 months ,so effectively had some
>>responsibility towards the show every week even if not in the studio and
>>could do with some weeks when I dont have to start worrying about whats
>>going into a show. Making outros takes me only a little less time than
>>making a whole show and I probably spend on average 1 1/2 days working on
>>the radio each week so would like some weeks when I dont have to.
>>I realise that we have all been over worked with the show and I think we
>>have done a great job overall.
>>There are only 3 of us who are commited to regulary doing shows (OK i
>>know Casp is somtimes available but even he dosnt know when he is or
>>isnt, it seems)
>>I do like going in to the studio sometimes but its easier and cheaper for
>>me not to.
>>What I propose, is that as we take a week each and commit to producing
>>an hours program every three weeks and its up to each of us how those
>>shows turn out and if we go to the studio, to a loccation (if thats
>>possible) or home but its each of ours responsibility, if one of us wants
>>to involve another on our week we can, but that person has sole
>>jurisdiction and responsibility over that weeks program. Design, concept,
>>directon and production.
>>You have far longer to organise your show, and a chance to forward plan.
>>Things like an in depth feature, if somthing important comes up repetedly
>>that we are into
>>We each get to do them the way we enjoy them.
>>It balances the workload more evenly between us and kinda makes it less.
>>and there is a variety of shows, same but different each week (variety is
>>the spice of life :)
>>This way it gives us each a breathing space between shows and it is
>>loking to be a very busy summer after all.
>>I enjoy doing the show from home also I dont have to worry about the
>>prerecord outro and can talk right up till the last second if i want to
>>when at home
>>It takes me the same time to go into the studio in town as it does to
>>make a premade program and somtimes its longer to make one (todays took 5
>>hours and going into the studio can be as short as 3 hours but it dosnt
>>cost me a fiver or tenner !
>>Collabaration is possible and if somthing comes up that we would like to
>>see in that weeks show, say an interview, we can arrange it and give a
>>list of questions to the person dong the show that week and get them to
>>do it weather over the phone, in the studio or on location the method
>>depends on what that person feels most comfortable with at that time.
>>I really want to continue producing the indymedia programs for resonance
>>but do not want to continue making programes like we have in the past, it
>>is easier if I got a few stories to read but there is no telling from
>>week to week if there are any written as im not much of a writer and if
>>they are not there I can cope with that,no problemo if I know its my
>>responsibility, there is so much good audio that we quite often dont get
>>to put it out. There is no shortage of material if no stories written.
>>My approach is, if i got stories ill read them and if not ill do a
>>rundown of the headlines on the newswire (or both) plus a bunch of
>>interesting premade audio articles from http://www.radio.indymedia.org
>>and/or http://www.radio4all.net , a few peices of music, giving a few
>>facts and info on how to find out more on the subjects touched, if
>>listeners want to, and with a 'whats hppening / upcoming' guide as well
>>depending on whats going down.
>>well thats my ideas on this what do you think
>>Fortunatly, somwhere between chance and mystery lies imagination,
>>the only thing that protects our freedom, despite the fact that
>>people keep trying to reduce it or kill it altogether.
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>Fortunatly, somwhere between chance and mystery lies imagination,
>the only thing that protects our freedom, despite the fact that
>people keep trying to reduce it or kill it altogether.
>"We consider Internet Explorer (IE) to be a broken web browser"-riseup.net
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