INTELLIGENT (Méthodologies et ressources spécifiques pour les formateurs radio) s'adresse aux formateurs radio dans les médias communautaires et propose des exercices et des méthodes de formation sélectionnés et valables, même à des groupes cibles spécifiques, pour créer des formations radio. Il s'agissait de produire un outil de formation qui prévaudrait dans le temps, et pas de disparition à la fin du projet. INTELLIGENT on-line tool brings together the training experience of community radios but also adapted activities to be used with people with learning difficulties, vision impaired, and migrant women.

INTELLIGENT Trainers will focus on dissemination and also improvement of existing resources, and more importantly, to make it a reference for trainers in community radio in Europe.

INTELLIGENT Trainers aims to create a syllabus for train the trainers course about using the online ressource of SMART and get to know the ideas behind; to create assessment methodologies for the learning outcome of the train the trainer course. En outre, the European organizations AMARC Europe and CMFE will discuss and weight the implementation of a certified or recommended SMART Train the Trainer.

Partners in the project are: Radio Corax (Ger), Près de Coop média (Irl), Radio civile (Hu), COMMETTRE (OU), Syndiquer le contenu (F/Basque), AMARC Europe (États-Unis), CMFE (États-Unis) et son école falaise Radio + (CH).

The project started in October 2018 and will end in September 2020. It is funded by the ERASMUS+Strategic Partnerships for adult education of the European Commission.

La prolifération des médias et les nouveaux technologies a entraîné des changements et des défis décisifs pour les processus et comportement de communication. Le changement dans le paysage médiatique a également eu un impact sur le rôle et les, responsabilités professionnelles et éthiques des journalistes. Ces changements dans le rôle des médias dans la vie des citoyens a souligné l'importance d'un reportage médiatique responsable.

Media communicators and audiences now face the task to separate facts from fiction in media texts. Cependant, it is the responsibility of journalists and broadcasters in traditional and online media to consider the elements that they introduce in the content they are producing, the language that they use and the message they are trying to convene. There have been initiatives spearheaded by journalists and media organisations (BBC, The Guardian…) to go back to the essence of journalism by retaking the task of fact checking, and applying what is consider the five core principles of ethical journalism: truth and accuracy; independence; fairness and impartiality; humanity; et la responsabilité. (voir Réseau éthique Journaliste)

The Ethical Media for Active Citizenship (EMAC) project aims to develop a training course delivering media literacy tools while providing citizens and media activists with valuable competences to face very topical challenges presented to both, media producers and audiences (fake news/alternative facts, infopublicités vs. information, freedom of speech and hate speech, diversity and pluralism in media, production values and content placement). The project is coordinated by NEAR FM (Irlande) et le partenariat comprend Radio Corax (Halle, Allemagne), Radio Wüste Welle (Tübingen, Allemagne), Commit (Autriche), EMARTV (Andalousie, Espagne) et AMARC Europe (Bruxelles, Belgique).

Partner Meeting in Sevilla, Espagne

So far, the partners have put together a Guidelines and Terminology document, selected relevant activities that focus on the reinforcement of a diversity approach to journalistic and production skills. Some of the activities have been already trialled in pilot training workshops in Germany, Autriche, Ireland and Spain. We are now facing the final stage of the project, where all the information and activities will be translated into the languages of the partnership (Allemand, Spanish and English and then uploaded to an en ligne plate-forme de formation that will be accessible to the general public and that could be used as a e-learning tool or as a training resource.

As part of the project, partners will also produce eight radio programmes dealing with the issue of fact accuracy, fake news and ethical and responsible journalism that will be uploaded in the website and that could be used as training resources in each country.

Appel à participation
“Archives de Radio Communauté européenne dans les médias”
Conférence internationale sur Ouvrir Radio Archives
4 au 6 juin, 2015

Radio Corax, Halle / Saale (Allemagne)

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Community media across Europe face many of the same challenges in creating and managing archives of broadcast content. Chaque minute, they produce and broadcast an enormous amount of programming . But how is this content preserved and used after it’s broadcast? Most community broadcasters have created their own methodologies for preserving and cataloguing their programs: writing their own algorithms, l'adaptation des logiciels à leurs besoins, or developing complex file structures on hard disks, les serveurs et les services de cloud computing. To make past broadcasting accessible to the public, some stations created systems to automatically upload programmes to their website or developed online archives which can be browsed or searched by program, sujet ou tag; others make use of collaborative archiving platforms like the Cultural Broadcasting Archive, ou administrer différente “satellite” websites on specific subjects or aimed at specific communities.

Avec la conférence “Archives de Radio Communauté européenne dans les médias " we want to encourage people involved in community media to present current broadcast and multi-media archiving practices at their stations and to generate ideas for an institutional structure for European community radio archives.

Présenter et partager vos solutions d'infrastructure: At the conference we would like to explore and exchange different ways in which community media can preserve, use and share broadcast content. What tools and infrastructures to archive audiovisual material are best suited for community media? Which formats did your station find or create to present audiovisual content online? Which innovative techniques or tools did you develop or are you still looking for?

méthodes d'archivage et de la culture d'archivage: A major challenge in building community media archives is how to cultivate archiving as an essential part of radio making. Many programme makers are focused foremost on their “sur l'air” spectacle. What are the best ways to engage them in archiving their programs and sharing them with online listeners? Qui se engage quelle tâche: Téléchargement de programmes, adding descriptions and tags, leur promotion sur les médias sociaux? Are programs uploaded whole or split into specific items, avec ou sans musique, et comment est le matériau modifié?

La responsabilité de l'archive: How can community archives integrate multilingualism? How can online archiving support programme exchange within Europe? Quelle importance accordez-analogique, archives physiques ont à l'ère numérique, and how can community media secure and digitize them? How can community media archives unlock historical material about community life and social movements in user-friendly ways? Pas moins, we encourage proposals dealing with the question of copyright regulations and the role of open software and open knowledge.

Pour qui? We invite and encourage programme makers and coordinators from European community media, activistes de la radio, chercheurs, programmers and technicians to participate in the conference and submit proposals.

Formats of Presentation. Nous invitons des propositions de communications, ateliers, discussions, presentations and radio shows on any subject related to “Archives de Radio Communauté européenne dans les médias”. You can send in proposals in German, Anglais ou espagnol. Les propositions qui interpellent le public dans la participation active et la discussion, or in trying out or evaluating archiving tools or strategies, sont particulièrement bienvenus. Participants can contribute to the conference in a variety of ways, not just by presenting a paper or hosting a discussion in 30-minute slots, or conducting a training or hosting a world café in max. 1 fentes d'heures, mais aussi par la publication d'un texte dans le lecteur de conférence, la radiodiffusion ou la production d'une émission de radio lors de la conférence, ou la création d'affiches, web dispose ou tout autre contenu que vous trouvez approprié.

Submissio. Se il vous plaît envoyer vos propositions par Janvier 31, 2015, à info@livingarchives.eu. Describe your proposed activity on not more than one page (y compris le titre et le type de présentation) and include a short biography.

Les présentateurs de propositions acceptées seront informés par Février 28, 2015. They will be invited to the conference and reimbursed for travel and accommodation expenses.

La conférence sera diffusée en direct. Pour plus d'informations se il vous plaît vérifier
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CAPTCHA - approches créatives pour Archives culturel vivant est un projet de coopération européenne de Radio BOF à Linz (Autriche), Radio Corax à Halle / Saale (Allemagne), Center for Media and Études en communication de l'Université d'Europe centrale à Budapest (CEU, Hongrie) and Near Media Co-Op, la radio communautaire & TV à Dublin (Irlande). During the conference there will take place the présentations de l'étude à l'échelle européenne du CEU écrit sur “Communauté Radio Archivage” et le présentation d'un outil en ligne open source pour visualiser le contenu des archives.

White-Ribbon-Day

Aujourd'hui est le 25 Novembre, le United Nations International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women.  Et à partir d'aujourd'hui au 10 Décembre, Journée des droits humains, il y a 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaigns to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world and to emphasize that such violence is a violation of human rights.

Near FM, member of AMARC Europe, will be joining the 16 Days Campaign by denouncing the impact of gender based violence in a series of promos that will be broadcast from today till December 10th. En fait, today this community radio has broadcast the playA woman, a dog, and a walnut tree that was performed live on air by the Near Drama Company on 15th October 2014 and has been followed up by a panel discussion on the topic of domestic violence.