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WFMU Radiovision Hack Day Oct 30th w/ Echo Nest, Free Music Archive, Zeega

From: Jason S.
Sent on: Friday, October 21, 2011 4:07 PM
Hi, NY Music Tech list, wanted to let everyone know about this event:

On Oct 28th-30th, WFMU presents Radiovision, a festival celebrating radio's future as it takes on new forms in the digital age for the medium's fans, tinkerers and future thinkers. The event takes place on the 5th Floor of the Metropolitan Pavilion (125 w. 18th st NYC) atop WFMU's annual Record Fair. Space for RadioVision is limited and the first night's Joe Frank performance is already sold out. Reserve your spot for Sat & Sun at

On Oct 30th, WFMU and the Free Music Archive invite hackers, musicians, digital storytellers and DIY media-makers to devote a day to reinvent radio using images, social media, and open archive materials.

  - Zeega - a creative community and open-source platform for inventing new forms of storytelling and interactive documentaries
  - The Echo Nest - a music intelligence API for developers to build search, personalization and interactive music applications
  - The Free Music Archive - a curated library of music that wants to be shared

Demo a Free Music Archive / Echo Nest hack leading up to the event that allows you to search for any artist, and returns results from within the Free Music Archive's library of primarily Creative Commons music

We'll welcome 1min lightning talks about the ideas you're working on at the beginning of the day, and we'll conclude with a Hack & Tell session for people to showcase what they've built.

Registration is limited, and free with admission to the WFMU Record Fair:

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