Latest installment includes live broadcasts, panels and performances at Muziekgebouw concert hall with streaming online
The second edition of the Online Radio Festival is due to take place in Amsterdam this weekend, presenting a mix of live radio, discussions and performances featuring broadcasters and DJs from across the world.
Following the inaugural 2015 edition, this year's festival returns to the Muziekgebouw concert hall complex with a day of events on Friday 19 May to explore and celebrate the continuing rise of online broadcasting. There will be radio shows hosted on site, streamed live across the world via the Muziekgebouw website, followed by a series of talks with innovators in online broadcasting, with two panels moderated by The Wire’s Derek Walmsley. The evening concludes with live and DJs sets at Muziekgebouw by I-F, Klein, Bear Bones Lay Low, and more.
Among the broadcasters in attendance and on air during the day will be Amsterdam’s own station Red Light Radio, London’s NTS and Boiler Room, Berlin Community Radio, Stroom from Gent, Radio Quantica out of Lisbon, and for the first time, South Africa’s Pan African Space Station. Panels on local versus global audiences and the place of politics in online radio will be moderated by The Wire Editor Derek Walmsley. It all takes place this Friday 19 May, and more details are available at their website.