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“Radio Drama At A Distance” OpenTech presentation

by Richard Elen on 5 Jul, 2009

in Audio Production, Broadcasting, Conferences, Science & Technology

opentechOn 4 July I was pleased to be able to give a presentation at OpenTech, held at the University of London Union, Malet St, on how to create radio drama when the participants are geographically separated. The technique employs VoIP technology (Skype in this case) and the presentation includes an overview of technology choices, how to get the best results, and planning, performance and production tips. Hopefully it will be useful to others interested in developing new approaches to the wonderful field of radio drama.

The presentation is informed by my experiences working with the Radio Riel Players, a group based in the virtual world of Second Life around the radio station Radio Riel.

This presentation is now a Slidecast, including not only the slides but also the audio of my presentation, courtesy of Sam and David at OpenTech. Yes, there are some minor sync issues, but not disruptive ones!

For a more detailed description of the presentation, please see this page.

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