9h30 – 10h00: Registration & Welcome
10h00 – 11h15: Session 1
Alessandra Luciano: “None of us has seen this collection since it aired in the early 80s: Chewing Rock & Saga du Rock”
[TBA]: “208 Radio Luxembourg, The Station of the Stars”- In 1933, “Radio Luxembourg” began broadcasting in England, despite fierce opposition from the BBC, and became Europe’s most powerful commercial radio station. During the 1950s and 1960s, “208” was THE radio of the rock ‘n’ roll and pop revolution, and represented the voice of freedom throughout Europe, even beyond the “Iron Curtin”, leaving its mark on an entire generation. This talk will retrace this unique history, and how the archives have allowed to turn this research into a documentary film using television, radio and photographic archival collections.
11h15 – 11h30: Break
11h30 – 12h45: Session 2
FIAT/FIAT Media Studies Commission: Herbert Hayduck and Dana Mustata
EUscreen: Maja Drabczyk and Johan Oomen
12h45- 14h00: Lunch
14h00- 15h30: Session 3: best practices in alternative (academic) publishing on media history I
15h30 – 15h45: Break
15h45 – 17h15: Session 4: best practices in alternative (academic) publishing on media history II
17h15 – 17h30: Closing remarks
The event is free, please register before 20 January 2019.