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Tuesday, April 14 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Seeing Radio as a Visual Medium: Sound Art, Science and Data Analysis

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This panel reviews visual elements employed in early radio theater, songs/videos centered on radio, stations embedded into games, and huge online radio archives (images/data/artifacts). Radio's visuality is explored, from early artistic conceptions by Italian Futurists to the meaning behind Video Killed the Radio Star to powerful images conveyed by promotions and personalities. Panelists contend radio has always employed visual elements; its emergence on the Web and mobile phones is merely an extension of that phenomena.
Moderator: Phylis Johnson, Southern Illinois University @ Carbondale
Panelists: Jenny Johnson, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale; Behind the Curtain: Watching Radio as Performance
Dhyana Ziegler, Florida A&M University; Radio as Numbers: Counting Listeners in a Big Data World
Jonathan P. Pluskota, University of Southern Mississippi-Hattiesburg & Phylis Johnson, Southern Illinois University @ Carbondale; Radio Nostalgia: Imagery in Games and Videos
Michael Maxwell, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale; Radio Sculpture: Visualizing Radio as Social Art and Experience
 

Tuesday April 14, 2015 10:30am - 11:45am
Pavilion 2

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