The sixth annual Radio Festival, presented by the Museum of Television and Radio, is slated for Oct. 19 – Nov. 3 in New York City.
Seminars at the festival include a conversation with radio legend Hal Jackson, a look inside NPR’s “Morning Edition,” a peek at all-news radio in the Big Apple and panels discussing the growing relationship between radio, the music industry and the Internet.
Other festival events include live radio dramas with “Stage Shadows Mystery Theatre” and Scifi.com’s “Seeing Ear Theatre.” Live broadcasts will air from the museum throughout the festival.
Infinity Broadcasting Corp., Clear Channel Communications Inc., The Edward and Patricia McLaughlin Foundation and Interep Research provide funding for the Radio Festival.
Sharon Rae Pettigrew