As the Nordic Studentradio stations re-open after the summer holidays, Nordljud will resume its activities.
Thanks to newly received funding from Nordic Culture Point there will be a news project, in addition to the already existing activities.
The possibility of joining a ‘Nordic Studentradio News Team’ will further give opportunities for students interested in radio broadcasting and journalism to collaborate on a cross-border Nordic news production.
“This is pioneering! If you look around at both private and public service media there has not been a Nordic news edition so far. We obviously cannot compete in budget and organisational capacity, we are mostly just students and young journalists, but our ambitions are big and we hope to inspire more pan-Nordic collaborations. I believe we have a lot to gain from working together!”, says Nordljud’s co-founder Alex Maxia.
On the 20th of April at 18:00 CET, Nordljud, in partnership with JMG, is proud to host a talk with senior radio strategist and the European Broadcasting Union’s Head of Radio – Edita Kudláčová.
From working with international collaborations and as head of creative producer at Czech public service radio, Edita Kudlacova got chosen to be the Head of Radio at EBU, which works to connect all public service companies in Europe. In her current position she coordinates audio producers, and international institutions on everything radio & audio related.
You might have heard of the EBU for being the organisational machine behind international events such as the ‘Eurovision song contest’ or the ‘Vienna New Year’s Concert’ – but what do they do beyond that and how do they work?
Working collaboratively across borders has many advantages and surpassing the cultural differences at interpersonal level and organisational differences at institutional level is part of Edita Kudlacova’s everyday workline.
New year, new look, new times: KeepKalmar is back with a new logo!
Next Monday, 07.02.22, our radio program will be live on Radio AF at 19:00 with Mattias Carlberg, Marcus Amasalidis, Erlend Moe, and Emma Chailloux. The show is then broadcast later during the week on K103 Göteborgs Studentradio and Studentradioen i Bergen.
KeepKalmar will also be available on Spotify, in either Scandinavian or English.
Yesterday we held our first ever Masterclass with two fantastic freelance journalists who shared their experience and gave useful tips on ‘how to pitch’ to studentradio broadcasters from across the Nordics.
Thanks to Maddy Savage and Ann Törnkvist for such an inspiring session!
The final additions for this semesters playlist. Listen to the FINISHED playlist with new songs from artists like @josieamadonna@email@example.com and the @trainspotters !!! The playlist now has 168 songs!! You’ll be sure to find something for your liking. Next semesters playlist will start early January, stay tuned…😙😙
Nordljud, is proud to announce that on the 10th of January at 18:00 CEST, we will be hosting an online Masterclass with renowned freelance journalists Maddy Savage and Ann Törnkvist.
Maddy and Ann have many years of experience in the industry and will talk about their career, what steps they took to get to where they are now and also share some useful tips for pitching and how to present a good idea/project to media production companies. There will then be a Q&A, where you get the chance to ask your questions to professionals.
The masterclass will be hosted in English! The event is reserved to members of Nordic Studentradio organisations and is free of charge. You are not a member of a studentradio station? Why not join one! More info on local studentradio stations in Sweden > www.studentradion.se