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Webilea@Radio X «The Future of Broadcasting»

The in­tro­duc­tion of di­gi­tal tech­no­lo­gies has dras­ti­cal­ly chan­ged the way Music and in­for­ma­ti­on is dis­tri­bu­ted and con­su­med. This de­ve­lop­ment has also af­fec­ted the radio in­dus­try; the ol­dest broad­cas­ting media. The im­pact of the in­ter­net and DAB+ on radio is still being ex­plo­red, which opens many op­por­tu­nities for innovation.

Find out more and join us on our next @event, which will take place at «Radio X» in the crea­ti­ve district of Basel at Dreispitz, 7 pm (Doors open)

Pro­gram­me

Radio X Ma­na­ging Di­rec­tor, Tho­mas Jenny, and Tech­ni­cal Head, An­dre­as Forcart, will give their in­sights into Basel’s in­de­pen­dent Radio Sta­ti­on and an out­look on the tech­no­lo­gi­cal land­scape of the fu­ture and dis­cuss what new challan­ges hy­brid for­mats will bring. 

André Fatton, Tech En­thu­si­ast from Erl.​io, will share his know­ledge about radio DNS and dis­cuss how the fu­si­on of broad­cas­ting and in­ter­net will re­invent radio.
After the event, you will have the op­por­tu­ni­ty to visit the Radio X stu­dio and enjoy refreshments whilst networking.

We look for­ward to see­ing you there!

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  • topherzee

    Thanks to RadioX to opening its doors - it was fun to see the studio and learn about the ambitions and challenges that you are facing.
    Also interesting to hear about RadioDNS - still hard to wrap my head around the implications & use cases - but it struck me that it relates to the "internet of things" with the possibility of every radio program linking to its own url.

    September 4, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi, not sure if anyone will see this now, but if yes, please let me know if it would be ok to come later.... Unfortunately, I was caught up in something and running very late. Since it is a hosted event by a third party, I feel a bit awkward coming so late.... If I don't hear from anyone... my apologies for not showing up, see you next time.

    September 3, 2014

  • Felix R.

    Hey everyone.

    I can't attend in person, but would like to, so if there are slides or someone takes good notes, please share them in the comments.

    As a project related to content distribution in the Internet, check out http://named-data.net/. tl;dr, NDN was designed as a new Internet architecture that is (among other things) explicitly designed for content dissemination. Manolis Sifalakis of Uni Basel gave a Webilea talk about this in July 2013, other keywords include CCN and ICN which are related.

    I'm attending the first NDN community meeting in the next few days, so if you have questions / remarks about NDN in the context of broadcasting, let me know, either in a private message or as a reply here.

    September 2, 2014

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