It's time to make your plans to attend the 2015 PRNDI Conference. It promises to be a great conference packed with useful content. We've also added a little fun to the mix, thanks to member station KUER.
For the second year in a row, Hindenburg Systems will be offering a special 3-year license to all of PRNDI's first-place award winners. That's right - if you've entered the PRNDI Annual Awards contest, and you win a first place, you will get the opportunity to use Hindenburg's professional audio editing software free of charge for three years.
Join PRNDI, AIR, and KUT for a webinar on taking your newsroom into your community with Localore: Finding America.
Now that radio is, well, no longer just radio, what does that mean for the future of Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI)? I’m not talking about the future of PRNDI as a journalistic organization — that I’m confident is not in doubt — but just what the group is called. In an age where our newsrooms are doing much more than what we broadcast over the air, does “radio” still have a place in our title?
News and Views
“PRNDI is for news directors” — that’s what we’d been hearing. And it’s true. But we didn’t mean that to exclude other editors and news managers, or, for that matter, reporters, producers or anyone else who wants to participate in the professional development, discussions of our industry, networking and camaraderie that PRNDI is home to.