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Audiopool 2005


Archivnummern: AP/a_df/ap_2005_(Dateiname Audiodatei und/oder Begleitinformation)
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whfs 14.01.05 DC's Progressive Radio Station Adopts Latin Format. Many alternative rock fans were surprised when radio station WHFS in Washington, D.C., changed format. Infinity Broadcasting, a division of Viacom, together with the Spanish Broadcasting System, determined there was more money to be made in appealing to Hispanic listeners. Hear NPR's Neda Ulaby. NPR Morning Edition 03:52
air_endurance 21.01.05 DJ Looks to Break On Air Endurance Record. WPRK Radio DJ Dave Plotkin attempts to break the world record for the longest continuous on-air broadcast. The broadcast started on Monday, and if he surpasses the previous record of 105 hours, he will sign off Friday at 11 pm. NPR Morning Edition 02:49
low_powerfm 08.02.05 Low Power FM Movement Makes Waves. (low_powerfm.doc) NPR Morning Edition 04:52
attacks 26.02.05 Attacks on Journalists: Ann Cooper, executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, discusses efforts to aid reporters around the world - and in the United States - with the hazards they face. A: Scott Simon NPR Weekend Edition Saturday 05:06
words 28.02.05 News Outlets Choosing their Words Carefully: Some news organizations are giving extra thought to how they use words and phrases like reform, moral values, and war on terror. Brooke Gladstone of NPR's On the Media explores how some media outlets decide what to say, and how to say it. A: Brooke Gladstone NPR Morning Edition 08:59
paranthoen 02.03.05 Artisan de la radio sur France-Inter et France-Culture, auteur de documentaires sonores, Yann Paranthoën est mort le 27 février 2005 (paranthoen.doc) arteradio 03:49
journalist 11.03.05 Slate's Big Idea: Who Should be Considered a Journalist? NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Slate editor Jacob Weisberg about an increasingly important question in today's media landscape: Who is considered a journalist, and who should be? NPR Day to Day 03:44
al_jazeera 14.03.05 Inside Al-Jazeera, as It Plans an English Version: ournalist Hugh Miles is the author of the new book Al-Jazeera: The Inside Story of the Arab News Channel That is Challenging the West. Al-Jazeera is the premier news channel in the Arabic-speaking world. It plans to launch an English version of its news channel sometime in the next few months. Hugh Miles, who speaks Arabic, is the son of a diplomat; he was born in Saudi Arabia and studied Arabic in Oxford and Yemen. A: Terry Gross NPR Fresh Air from WHYY 20:54
pr_media 15.03.05 Public Relations and the Media: The Agriculture Department produces and distributes a news spot praising their hurricane relief program. The Department of Education has its "reporters" covering the success of No Child Left Behind. And these segments air on local television stations around the country, with no reference to their official origins. We look at the practice of the government producing Video News Releases and the ethical issues it involves. Guests: Tom Rosenstiel, director, Project for Excellence in Journalism ; Larry Moskowitz, chairman and president, Media Link; Chris Lee, news director, KRON-TV in San Francisco NPR Talk of the Nation 30:16
rvi_260305_01 26.03.05 Music from Flanders. Last broadcast. 18:00 Uhr UTC. Französisch RVI 15:22
rvi_260305_02 26.03.05 Music from Flanders. Last broadcast. 18:00 Uhr UTC. Deutsch RVI 14:41
rvi_260305_03 26.03.05 Music from Falnders. Last broadcast. 18:30 Uhr UTC. Englisch RVI 26:57
chaos 08.04.05 An Impending Period of Transitional Chaos for Media: Network television audiences are down as cable, the Internet and a host of other new technologies emerge; and marketers are shifting their dollars accordingly. The media world faces an interim of chaos before a new order is determined. The co-host of On the Media delivers his take. NPR All Things Considered 12:50
voa_hongkong 16.04.04 Voice of America Makes Move to Hong Kong: The Voice of America is moving most of its overnight news operation to Hong Kong. VOA says it will save about $300,000 a year and have better access to news sources in Asia. Jennifer Ludden hears from VOA director David Jackson and former director Sanford Ungar, now president of Goucher College, about the move. A: Jennifer Ludden NPR All Things Considered 05:24
black_news_1 20.04.05 Examining the Future of Black News Media: With Black Entertainment Television's announcement that it will cancel its nightly news program in favor of a string of hourly news briefs, NPR's Allison Keyes examines concerns about the future of African-American news organizations. NPR News & Notes 03:25
black_news_2 20.04.05 How Will African Americans Get the News? NPR's Ed Gordon speaks with two veterans of the news media: Richard Prince, copy editor for The Washington Post and author of the online column "Prince's Journal-isms" for the Maynard Institute; and Elinor Ruth Tatum, editor-in-chief of The New York Amsterdam News, one of the leading black weekly newspapers in the United States. NPR News & Notes 08:07
benedict 23.04.05 Pope Benedict XVI Meets the Press: Recognizing the global impact of the media, Pope Benedict XVI becomes the first pontiff to hold a news conference. In a 15-minute gathering, he thanked the press for coverage of Pope John Paul II's death and the conclave which elected Benedict as John Paul's successor. A: Sylvia Poggioli NPR Weekend Edition Saturday 04:46
future_radio 27.04.05 The Future of Radio and the iPod Generation: Farai Chideya discusses the future of radio with Mario Armstrong, technology advocate for Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley. NPR News & Notes 05:27
medienkritik 29.04.05 Medienkritik aus historischer Perspektive. Hans-Dieter Kübler wirft in seinem Vortrag einen Blick zurück auf die Entwicklung der Medienkritik in den vergangenen fünf Jahrzehnten. (medienkritik.doc) Mediaculture online: Tagung "Medienkritik heute" an der PH Ludwigsburg 23:03
broadcast_spectrum 03.05.05 Broadcasters Pressed to Relinquish Spectrum Space: TV companies are under pressure to free up some of the broadcast spectrum they were allotted nine years ago in order to ease the transition to digital broadcasting. Now, government and industry are at odds over setting a deadline for the return. A: Jim Zarroli (broadcast_spectrum.doc) NPR All Things Considered 03:57
contamination 13.05.11 Fire Contaminates Radio Recordings: Historical network and local radio broadcasts were contaminated with PCB's in a recent fire at a Los Angeles radio museum. The museum can't afford to decontaminate recordings. A: Luke Burbank (contamination.doc) NPR All Things Considered 04:53
podcasting_1 13.05.05 S.F. Radio Station to 'Podcast' Programming. A: Xeni Jardin (podcasting_1.doc) NPR Day to Day 05:10
podcasting_2 23.05.05 Come One, Come All: The Rise of Podcasting. A: Renee Montagne (podcasting_2.doc) NPR Morning Edition 03:56
podcasting_3 02.06.05 Papers Turn to Podcasting, the Newest of Media: Desperate to reach a more mobile audience, some newspapers are turning to podcasting. A growing number now offer Internet radio programs, sending stories from their pages to iPods and other players. Newspapers have traditionally been slow to adopt new technologies, like the Internet and blogging. Tired of playing catch-up, a small number are now embracing the latest digital media. They're producing their own Internet radio shows, which are then downloaded and listened to via special subscription software called RSS. Media analysts aren't sure whether podcasts will ever make real money. But most agree that at the early stages, revenue isn't the point; it's important for news outlets simply to be visible in a new arena, and to be prepared to cash in on it if ad money starts to flow. (podcasting_3.doc) NPR All Things Considered 04:14
jack 07.06.05 Radio Turns to 'Jack' for Format Fix: Melissa Block talks with Scott McKenzie, editor-in-chief of Billboard Radio Monitor, about "Jack," an increasingly popular radio format. McKenzie says the Jack format is sweeping the nation. NPR All Things Considered 04:15
arab_media 09.06.05 How Arab Media Portrays U.S. Abuse of Detainees: Ramez Maalouf, journalism professor at the Lebanese American University, discusses how allegations of Quran desecration and detainee abuse at Guantanamo are depicted in the Arab media. Critics want the prison at Guantanamo Bay closed, citing disclosures that guards and interrogators have abused prisoners. (arab_media.doc) NPR Morning Edition 08:54
npr_ombudsman 15.06.05 NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin: NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin answers your questions or complaints about NPR coverage, conflicts of interest or politics and public broadcasting. (npr_ombudsman.doc) NPR Talk of the Nation 30:16
voa_changes 17.06.05 Changes at Voice of America: Kenneth Tomlinson, Board Chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, is being accused of politicizing Voice of America and other federal-funded broadcast entities. Some VOA staff charge that Tomlinson is attempting to influence news coverage there. A: David Folkenflik (voa_changes.doc) NPR Morning Edition 07:49
public_broadcasting_future 22.06.05 The Future of Public Broadcasting: Who should pay for public broadcasting? As Congress considers cuts in funding for public radio and television, some supporters as well as critics say public broadcasters might be better off without government money. Guests: David Folkenflik, NPR's media correspondent; Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of Reason magazine; Mike McCauley, associate professor of communication and journalism, University of Maine; Edward Markey, U.S. Representative (D-MA) NPR Talk of the Nation 38:20
radioanyone 22.08.05 Radio Anyone: Edith Bowman investigates the new side of broadcasting (radioanyone.doc) BBC Voices 31:54
compresse 29.06.05 Radio compresse - Comment la radio compresse le son, par Klaus Blasquiz (Magma) (compresse.doc) arteradio 05:05
drm_1 04.09.05 Pressekonferenz des DRM Konsortium bei der IFA Berlin. Peter Senger, Direktor Distribution Deutsche Welle sowie Repräsentanten von RTL Group, BBC World Service, RadioScape, Texas Instruments, World DAB Forum EA 23:13
drm_2 04.09.05 Pressekonferenz des DRM Konsortium bei der IFA Berlin. Peter Senger, Direktor Distribution Deutsche Welle sowie Repräsentanten von RTL Group, BBC World Service, RadioScape, Texas Instruments, World DAB Forum. In Englisch EA 16:12
bdm_funk 10.09.05 BDM Funk - Unterhaltung und Ablenkung. Zielgruppengerichtete Propaganda im Nationalsozialismus. A: Cordula Diehm (bdm_funk.doc) DLF Markt und Medien 25:02
podcasting_4 23.09.05 Podcasting: Bestandsaufnahme aktueller Ansätze von Business-Modellen. Vortrag von Alexander Wunschel (podcasting_4.doc) Mediaculture online: Tagung des ZKM zu Weblogs, Podcasting und Videojournalismus 26:57
podcasting_5 23.09.05 Podcasting: Aus der Nische in die Öffentlichkeit. Vortrag von Peter Löser (podcasting_5.doc) Mediaculture online: Tagung des ZKM zu Weblogs, Podcasting und Videojournalismus 28:44
podcasting_6 23.09.05 Podcasting: Offener Kanal reloaded oder neuer Vertriebskanal? Vortrag von Thomas Pleil (podcasting_6.doc) Mediaculture online: Tagung des ZKM zu Weblogs, Podcasting und Videojournalismus 34:21
grotzky 09/2009 Dr. Johannes Grotzky, Hörfunkdirektor des Bayerischen Rundfunks über Hörfunk/DRM bei der IFA Berlin Aufnahme Michael Schmitz 17:29
radio_tropical 17.10.05 Radio Tropical, Keeping New Orleans in Touch: The English-speaking population of New Orleans gets disaster-related information from large radio and TV stations on a shared broadcast. But Spanish speakers rely on smaller Radio Tropical. The station has helped evacuees get in touch with loved ones, and workers find out jobs. A: Jennifer Ludden (radio_tropical.doc) NPR Morning Edition 05:00
arab_media_saddam 20.10.05 Arab Media Coverage of Saddam's Trial: Steve Inskeep talks to Ramez Maluf, journalism professor at the Lebanese American University, about how the Arab media is covering the trial of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. Maluf says Arab television featured longer excerpts of the trial, which may have left viewers with a different impression of the proceedings. (arab_media_saddam.doc) NPR Morning Edition 05:01
haiti 02.11.05 Radio Haiti - Sur les ondes à Haïti. A: Elsa Robichez arteradio 04:21
australia 28.11.05 A wire around the world. A: Paul Davis (australia.doc) BBC Radio 4 28:16
globalmedia 19.11.05 Gobal Media Generation - Der Vortrag von Ingrid Volkmer stellte die Ergebnisse des internationalen Projekts "Global Media Generation" vor. Es wurde weltweit in neun Ländern durchgeführt und erhob mit qualitativen Methoden die Medienerinnerung in drei Generationen. Befragt wurde die "Radio-Generation" (geboren in den 20er/30er Jahren), die Fernseh-Generation (geboren in den 50er/60er Jahren) und die Multimedia-Generation (geboren ab 1980). (globalmedia.doc) Mediaculture online: GMK-Forum zu Globalisierung, Migration und Medien 26:11
black_news_3 27.12.05 Roundtable: Informing & Entertaining a Black Audience: Today's topic: how to provide news, information and entertainment to a black audience. Guests include: Loretta Rucker of the African-American Public Radio Consortium; Johnathan Rodgers, president and CEO of TVOne; and Pluria Marshall, publisher of the Los Angeles Wave. (black_news_3.doc) NPR News & Notes 16:39
neworleans 2005 New Orleans - After the storm - special broadcast program “American roots - after the storm” BBCWS The World Today 07:53
drm_3 2005 Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM). A: Wolf Harranth EA 11:47
ibm NN IBM Computer Revolution BBC Index 05:58

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