Radio as Cultural Hub
Friday 19 October 2018 from 16:00 to 17:30 h,
rbb Haus des Rundfunks, Kleiner Sendesaal (Radio Documentary Room)
The Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung and the Goethe-Institute are happy to invite for a panel debate with the theme ‘Radio as Cultural Hub’ as part of PRIX EUROPA 2018.
Public broadcasters have always played an important role in the cultural life of Europe. They are a platform were cultural programmes are produced and, as a result, become a cultural asset by themselves. However, due to a dramatic change in the media landscape as well as the political climate, the future of public broadcasters as cultural asset is uncertain. What significance have public broadcasters as cultural producers in the European societies? How could strategies for their maintenance look like? Those and other questions will be discussed from a variety of industry experts.
Helen Boaden: former BBC executive, Head of BBC News and BBC Radio from 2013-2016
Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung: Curator and artistic director from the art room ‘Savyy Contemporary Berlin’
Róise Goan: Curator, producer and author for theatre, TV and radio. Dramatic advisor of the Art Center Vooruit in Belguim
Kaye Mortley: Producer for French, Australian and almost every other European broadcaster. Mortley's cinematic radio productions have received numerous awards
Dr. Christine Schöpf: Co-director of the media and art competition Ars Electronica. Former honorary professor of the Art University Linz
Moderator: Vivian Perkovic (Tonart/ Deutschlandfunk and Kulturzeit/ZDF)
Admission is free of charge, the number of seats is limited. Registration by email is required to firstname.lastname@example.org, the language spoken will be English.