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DISCUSSION FORUMS
AND CONFERENCES

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Our organisation makes an effort to keep registration fees as low as possible whilst, at the same time, offering high level conferences, workshops and forums focussed, for the most part, on practical aspects and real-life situations which broadcasters have experienced in various parts of the world.

Registration fees cover attendance at all sessions, sections, workshops and streams (TV/Radio).

2002 MAIN THEMES:

"Creative low-cost production and management, digital broadcasting, local pluralism and identity"

TWO STREAMS:

TV - RADIO

each with

TWO SECTIONS:

Workshops, Conferences & Round tables


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Provisional forum programme - subject to change.
Sessions containing links to detailed summaries are CONFIRMED!

1/ WORKSHOPS

Full or half-day workshops involving organisations and broadcasters in real-life experiences.
Among the topics proposed (provisional listing):

  • Special Local TV Workshop (2 full days: 13+14 June)
    PROGRAMMING & THE ADVERTISING RESOURCES OF LOCAL/REGIONAL BROADCASTERS:
    (UNESCO - AV EUREKA - EGTA)
    • LOCAL PROGRAMMES Which approach for local content, how to broadcast local content "from elsewhere"
    • LOCAL TV ADVERTISING Different approach for better results
    • LOCAL STATION MANAGEMENT Issues and solutions

     

  • Special Local Radio Workshop (1 full day: 14 June)
    The three main jobs: DJ, editor in chief, sound engineer
    ProRadio (IT)

 

2/ ROUND TABLES

 

3/ CONFERENCES

Broadcasters, producers, manufacturers and solution providers are invited to share the latest technical solutions related to cost-effective production, success stories, flourishing local broadcasting or cutting-edge webcasting with hands-on demonstrations (provisional listing):

 

  • CASE STUDIES of particular local broadcasters and independent producers
    • RADIOSA - The Radio which dares! a radio programme to broadcast Equal Opportunities issues in Europe
    • RADIO SYNDICATION - How local stations can professionally cover major events at no extra cost
    • EUROPE by SATELLITE - THE EUROPEAN UNION'S TV NEWS AGENCY FOR MEDIA PROFESSIONALS - Making EU coverage easier for local broadcasters
    • CMCs - The Community Multimedia Centers experiences in the USA
    • PATER TV - How a low-budget project can produce several side effects and various programmes
    • POLYPHONIA - Independent Radio as a Medium against Discrimination
    • RADIO L - A Regional Radio as a National Broadcaster

     

  • COST EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS for medium-sized broadcasters and producers

 

>>> Check out the provisional schedule.


 

INTERPRETATION

As the aim of MITIL is to be an international event, the choice was made to use only one working language, English, not only for all printed material, the website, etc., but also for the Discussion Forums and Conferences.

However, appreciating that a large number of participants and guests will be coming from various countries, a simultaneous interpretation service will be offered insofar as this may be possible and will depend on the number of people coming from any given country.

 

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