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1. NO computer

2. NO facebook

3. participants

3.1. Paul Baranoswki: CTO, Sourcefabric - http://www.sourcefabric.org

3.1.1. CEO sourcefabric

3.1.2. produces CAMPCASTER

3.1.2.1. internet as distribution medium first

3.1.2.2. 360 radio stations - in indonesia

3.1.2.3. radio broadcast over the frontlines in boznian war ...

3.1.3. totronto based

3.1.4. openess?

3.1.4.1. opensource software helps ...

3.1.4.2. ... an open society

3.2. New node

3.3. Ken Freedman: Station Manager, WFMU-FM - http://wfmu.org

3.3.1. program manager wfmu

3.3.2. dj

3.3.3. moderator

3.3.4. licence for NY City

3.3.5. based on own software

3.3.6. elaborated system

3.3.7. MYSQL backend

3.3.8. archive CC licenced

3.3.9. iphone android apps

3.3.10. listners allover

3.3.11. 10% outside us

3.3.12. online listeners increasing

3.3.13. "try to be a local station"

3.3.14. meta information expected by listeners

3.3.15. photostream "watching the playlist"

3.3.16. radio becomes a bouquet of streams radio / text / photo

3.3.17. recent archives gets attention

3.4. Dominik Imseng: Journalist & Open Broadcast user - http://dominikimseng.wordpress.com/

3.4.1. print journalist

3.4.2. "old school"

3.4.3. philosopher

3.4.4. attracted by notion of openness

3.4.5. question of possibility of openness?

3.4.5.1. a project "fails" forward ...

3.4.5.2. form function question

3.4.5.3. openbroadcast is increasingly involving ... more and more the comunity

3.4.5.4. openbroadcast gets open to non techys

3.5. Matt Spendlove: Director, Cenatus - http://cenatus.org/

3.5.1. organizing a festival

3.5.2. huge educational focus

3.5.3. creative commons oriented

3.5.4. want to have a physical plattform

3.5.5. working with netlabels

3.5.6. grassroot

3.5.7. distribution

3.5.8. sustainability of netlabels

3.5.9. need of culture filter mechanism

3.5.10. archiv question

3.6. Sava Tatic: Director of Clients and Services, Sourcefabric - http://www.sourcefabric.org

3.7. Chris Weaver: Production Manager, Resonance FM, London- http://resonancefm.com/

3.7.1. community station based in london

3.7.2. standard in UK far beyond US /EU standards

3.7.3. get a licence by administrative error

3.7.4. microbroadcasting as starter

3.7.5. radioshows is alot of work!

3.7.6. 24h / 7d

3.7.7. licence since 2002

3.7.8. webstreaming from beginning

3.7.9. community stations is often social work

3.7.10. enriches people in artistic sence

3.7.11. kind of band aid

3.7.12. 117 stations where licenced now

3.7.13. there are charters for legal reasons

3.7.14. language is changing

3.7.15. antagonism between people working in station and volounteers

3.7.16. input of universities

3.8. Thomas Gilgen

3.8.1. former club creator

3.8.2. creating a community

3.8.2.1. user generated

3.8.2.2. authors

3.8.2.3. editors

3.8.2.4. users selecting a timeslot

3.8.2.5. broadcasted DAB+ swisswide

3.8.2.6. transforming a network to a community ... is difficult.

3.8.2.7. howto activate a community

3.8.3. got alot of DJ demos

3.8.4. New node

3.8.5. openbroadcast developed its own community software (based on elgg)

3.8.6. Campcaster is used as playout

3.8.7. 5000 - 30 000 listeners (Basel / Zurich)

3.8.8. Community by inveitation

3.8.9. quality is based on peer to peer relations

3.8.10. addressed producers?

3.8.10.1. emaillist from club where merged

3.8.10.2. community is producing music

3.8.10.3. it attracts more journalists then DJs

4. moderator

4.1. Schultz - FouPitnder, Herbstradio, Berlin - http://www.herbstradio.org/

4.2. comunity radio

4.3. community as part of production team

4.4. how to make decisions?

4.5. Phase II

4.5.1. WEB 2.0

4.5.2. tools

4.5.3. technology

4.5.4. implementation

4.5.5. New node

5. Community

5.1. CC licence

5.1.1. ... produces a certain community

5.1.2. ... jambands

5.1.3. freemusic archive

5.1.3.1. curated

5.1.3.2. New node

5.1.4. ... live recordings

5.1.5. ... DJ sets doesnt fit into

5.2. being involved

5.3. ecosystem

5.3.1. people love to live in the same location

5.3.2. it should be live

5.3.3. radio is connecting people in ONE moment

5.4. audience

5.4.1. dedicated audience

5.4.2. give them small jobs within a chat

5.4.3. paticipation is possible without beeing a DJ

5.4.4. is a decision of the station - FOCUS

6. organisation

6.1. quality

6.1.1. wisdom of the crowd

6.1.2. editorial model

6.1.3. "sense of taste"

6.1.4. curatorial model

6.1.5. keeping as high as pssible

6.1.6. commercial quality

6.1.6.1. randomized playlists

6.1.6.2. statistical model

6.1.6.3. utilizing

6.1.7. you tune in because of trust in expertise

6.1.8. common sense

6.1.9. domografic considerations

6.1.10. ethnic identity

6.1.11. best fit ... aproach

6.1.12. antidot against self reference

6.1.13. New node

6.1.14. peer to peer trust

6.1.15. embedded in society

6.1.16. human edited SETS

6.1.17. limited resources

6.1.17.1. different audiences

6.1.17.2. branching of channels

6.1.17.3. leads to coallition based

6.1.17.4. cohesion is causing less listeners

6.1.17.5. prgramm scheme

6.1.17.6. berlin limitations

6.1.18. 18 DAB+ channels with switzerland

6.1.18.1. 8 millionen people

6.1.18.2. DAB is just a new distribution for FM

6.1.19. the POOL of sources should be bigger what you can send

6.1.20. rating systems

6.1.20.1. just a hint "maybe"

6.1.20.2. is domocratic

6.1.20.3. voting credibility vs popularity

6.1.20.4. quantity vs. quality

6.1.21. is not democracy based

6.1.22. beeing pragmatic

6.1.23. putting talent in the right place

6.1.24. you need control structures

6.1.25. New node

6.1.26. novalty vs. sustainability

6.1.26.1. new experiments needs guidance

6.1.26.2. frontstore - having low level contact

6.1.26.3. free air vs industry DAB

6.2. participation

6.2.1. ... in small works

6.2.2. ... needs expertise

6.2.3. collborative

6.2.3.1. discurse culture

6.2.3.1.1. based on a own language

6.2.3.2. you need to be addressable

6.2.3.3. is based on interrelations

6.2.4. communities

6.2.4.1. different cultures backgrounds

6.2.4.2. how to combine difference in one station

6.2.4.3. agregators of content

6.2.5. editor

6.2.5.1. is selected by expertise

6.2.5.2. people "who shines through"

6.2.6. web2.0

6.2.6.1. is bottom up

6.2.6.2. oposite of classical radio model

6.2.6.3. sucsessful online communities have rules

6.2.6.4. rules captures audience

7. communication

8. LOGO

8.1. http://sourcefabric.org

8.2. http://openbroadcast.ch

9. features

9.1. flexibility

9.2. multimode playlist Audio / Pictures / texts

9.2.1. no noise

9.2.2. typepad / tumblr

9.2.3. media agnostic playlist

9.3. liveblog

9.4. staging / aproval functionality

9.5. remote access

9.5.1. defined workflows

9.5.2. template based preproduction

9.6. comunity development

9.6.1. improving backlinking

9.6.2. playlist tool like a blog

9.6.3. comment function

9.6.4. permanence of content

9.6.4.1. mixtape

9.6.5. comunity tools

9.6.5.1. comments

9.6.5.2. aggregation

9.6.5.3. remapping content into other presentations

9.6.6. location based announcement

9.7. mobile

9.7.1. better usability - going mobil

9.7.2. real time comment function

9.7.3. mobile listening

9.8. bulding LESS

9.8.1. being arrogant

9.8.1.1. we broadcast what we like

9.8.1.1.1. what is radio?

9.8.1.2. New node

9.8.2. dont qualify by quantity of listeners

9.9. listeners interacting with the programm

9.9.1. make the comments disappear

9.9.2. donation model has influennce on programm

9.10. 40 000 people in one shot into radio producers ...

9.10.1. critical "mess"

9.10.2. staging problem of social media

9.11. subscriptions

9.11.1. facebook --> platform

9.11.2. platform -> SOCIAL MEDIA

9.12. artists features

9.12.1. promotional functionality

9.12.2. production functionality

9.12.3. free choice of licences

9.13. a player like soundcloud

9.13.1. the best player ever!

9.13.2. dropbox like

9.14. playlist features

9.14.1. New node