I'll be there in my radio producer getup.
On Sep 5, 2012, at 2:00 PM, Thom wrote:
> I'm a little surprised not to have seen this posted to the list, but I
> think it's relevant and interesting for people dealing with audio
> documentaries, radio pieces, and those that love what the Kitchen
> Sisters call "lost and found sound." And they're going to be there
> too. Mostly this conference is for radio/audio producers, but I'm
> going and looking forward to what I hope will be a feast for the ears.
> FYI in any case.
> Thom Pease
> Library of Congress
> Recorded Sound Cataloger
> "Third Coast Conference
> The Third Coast Conference convenes in the Chicago area for three days
> every other fall. Radio producers, audio artists, journalists,
> documentarians, and students come together, listen to each otherís
> work, share ideas and expertise, and make priceless connections with
> future colleagues and new friends. Sessions and discussions range from
> practical topics to philosophical perspectives, and all include plenty
> of listening.
> The weekend culminates with an awards ceremony honoring the winners of
> the Third Coast / Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition.
> Registration is now open for the 2012 Third Coast Conference,
> happening October 5-7 in Evanston, IL! Read basic information, and
> about this year's sessions and presenters, then get yourself signed up
> and we'll see you in October.
> Ready to spend three days with hundreds of fellow producers, artists,
> students, and audio enthusiasts, talking shop about radio/audio
> storytelling on the airwaves and beyond? Ready to come together,
> listen to each otherís work, share ideas and expertise, and make
> priceless connections with future colleagues and new friends? Ready to
> get down on the dance floor with your Radio Heros?
> Thought so. This fall marks the TENTH Third Coast Conference, and we
> hope you'll celebrate with us over the course of another
> radio-drenched weekend in Evanston - just up the road from Chicago.
> Read on to find out more about confirmed sessions, presenters, and
> check back soon to find out more about other happenings.
> Please note! Our schedule's a little different from previous years.
> The action starts Friday afternoon, October 5, and continues through
> Sunday evening, October 7. We recommend arriving by noon on Friday so
> you don't miss a thing."
> Sessions at http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org/happenings/conference/sessions
> Presenters at http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org/happenings/conference/presenters-2
> Other happenings at