RadioMuse | Sharing music across Europe

RadioMuse | Sharing music across Europe

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RadioMuse | Sharing music across Europe

RadioMuse | Sharing music across Europe

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Project RadioMuse - European Urban Community Radio Music Exchange, is bringing together some of Europe’s important music oriented independent radio stations with a tradition of bringing new, urban, alternative and local music to its listeners. The project is based on music exchange amongst the partners through weekly “Featured songs” and bi-monthly exchange of “RadioMuse broadcasts”, introducing local music, artists, producers and labels from the countries of participating radio stations. Radio Študent (Ljubljana, Slovenia) is the lead partner of the RadioMuse project and the project partners are Radio ORANGE from Vienna (Austria), Radio Student from Zagreb (Croatia) and the Radio Campus France, a radio network from France. The aim of RadioMuse project is to endorse the importance of human selection standing behind the music presented at the radio (as opposed to computer generated music suggestions on digital platforms), the role of urban/alternative radio stations in educating and informing its listeners on new, hip, quality and also locally important European music and to reassure the ability of the radio to push and promote new music and support rising artists in gaining new audiences. In order to facilitate audience access to relevant information about the diversity and creativity of several local music scenes, which mostly remain within the national borders due to language barriers or the limitations of reach of the specific communication channels they use, we have formed an international network of independent radio stations who will use their knowledge on local music scenes to create radio productions which will circulate around the network, crossing the limitations of borders. We see RadioMuse project as the beginning of a radio network for the exchange of local (urban/alternative/new) music with a great potential for growth by including radio stations from other European countries with a common goal of promoting creative and diverse European music. We are open and inviting new members to join! - FOLLOW US |  www.radiomuse.eu www.radiocampus.fr Instagram : @radio_campus Twitter & Facebook : @radiocampus LISTEN | All our stations are here : www.radiocampus.fr  Our webradio there : http://bit.ly/RCFRenDIRECT

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Project RadioMuse - European Urban Community Radio Music Exchange, is bringing together some of Europe’s important music oriented independent radio stations with a tradition of bringing new, urban, alternative and local music to its listeners. The project is based on music exchange amongst the partners through weekly “Featured songs” and bi-monthly exchange of “RadioMuse broadcasts”, introducing local music, artists, producers and labels from the countries of participating radio stations. Radio Študent (Ljubljana, Slovenia) is the lead partner of the RadioMuse project and the project partners are Radio ORANGE from Vienna (Austria), Radio Student from Zagreb (Croatia) and the Radio Campus France, a radio network from France. The aim of RadioMuse project is to endorse the importance of human selection standing behind the music presented at the radio (as opposed to computer generated music suggestions on digital platforms), the role of urban/alternative radio stations in educating and informing its listeners on new, hip, quality and also locally important European music and to reassure the ability of the radio to push and promote new music and support rising artists in gaining new audiences. In order to facilitate audience access to relevant information about the diversity and creativity of several local music scenes, which mostly remain within the national borders due to language barriers or the limitations of reach of the specific communication channels they use, we have formed an international network of independent radio stations who will use their knowledge on local music scenes to create radio productions which will circulate around the network, crossing the limitations of borders. We see RadioMuse project as the beginning of a radio network for the exchange of local (urban/alternative/new) music with a great potential for growth by including radio stations from other European countries with a common goal of promoting creative and diverse European music. We are open and inviting new members to join! - FOLLOW US |  www.radiomuse.eu www.radiocampus.fr Instagram : @radio_campus Twitter & Facebook : @radiocampus LISTEN | All our stations are here : www.radiocampus.fr  Our webradio there : http://bit.ly/RCFRenDIRECT

25 episodes

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Project RadioMuse - European Urban Community Radio Music Exchange, is bringing together some of Europe’s important music oriented independent radio stations with a tradition of bringing new, urban, alternative and local music to its listeners. The project is based on music exchange amongst the partners through weekly “Featured songs” and bi-monthly exchange of “RadioMuse broadcasts”, introducing local music, artists, producers and labels from the countries of participating radio stations. Radio Študent (Ljubljana, Slovenia) is the lead partner of the RadioMuse project and the project partners are Radio ORANGE from Vienna (Austria), Radio Student from Zagreb (Croatia) and the Radio Campus France, a radio network from France. The aim of RadioMuse project is to endorse the importance of human selection standing behind the music presented at the radio (as opposed to computer generated music suggestions on digital platforms), the role of urban/alternative radio stations in educating and informing its listeners on new, hip, quality and also locally important European music and to reassure the ability of the radio to push and promote new music and support rising artists in gaining new audiences. In order to facilitate audience access to relevant information about the diversity and creativity of several local music scenes, which mostly remain within the national borders due to language barriers or the limitations of reach of the specific communication channels they use, we have formed an international network of independent radio stations who will use their knowledge on local music scenes to create radio productions which will circulate around the network, crossing the limitations of borders. We see RadioMuse project as the beginning of a radio network for the exchange of local (urban/alternative/new) music with a great potential for growth by including radio stations from other European countries with a common goal of promoting creative and diverse European music. We are open and inviting new members to join! - FOLLOW US |  www.radiomuse.eu www.radiocampus.fr Instagram : @radio_campus Twitter & Facebook : @radiocampus LISTEN | All our stations are here : www.radiocampus.fr  Our webradio there : http://bit.ly/RCFRenDIRECT

Description

Project RadioMuse - European Urban Community Radio Music Exchange, is bringing together some of Europe’s important music oriented independent radio stations with a tradition of bringing new, urban, alternative and local music to its listeners. The project is based on music exchange amongst the partners through weekly “Featured songs” and bi-monthly exchange of “RadioMuse broadcasts”, introducing local music, artists, producers and labels from the countries of participating radio stations. Radio Študent (Ljubljana, Slovenia) is the lead partner of the RadioMuse project and the project partners are Radio ORANGE from Vienna (Austria), Radio Student from Zagreb (Croatia) and the Radio Campus France, a radio network from France. The aim of RadioMuse project is to endorse the importance of human selection standing behind the music presented at the radio (as opposed to computer generated music suggestions on digital platforms), the role of urban/alternative radio stations in educating and informing its listeners on new, hip, quality and also locally important European music and to reassure the ability of the radio to push and promote new music and support rising artists in gaining new audiences. In order to facilitate audience access to relevant information about the diversity and creativity of several local music scenes, which mostly remain within the national borders due to language barriers or the limitations of reach of the specific communication channels they use, we have formed an international network of independent radio stations who will use their knowledge on local music scenes to create radio productions which will circulate around the network, crossing the limitations of borders. We see RadioMuse project as the beginning of a radio network for the exchange of local (urban/alternative/new) music with a great potential for growth by including radio stations from other European countries with a common goal of promoting creative and diverse European music. We are open and inviting new members to join! - FOLLOW US |  www.radiomuse.eu www.radiocampus.fr Instagram : @radio_campus Twitter & Facebook : @radiocampus LISTEN | All our stations are here : www.radiocampus.fr  Our webradio there : http://bit.ly/RCFRenDIRECT

25 episodes