2011 Thomas Rome Lecture with Chris Winter

johnboy 21 September 2011

The National Film and Sound Archive has sent this in and it looks interesting:

Chris Winter presents
2011 Thomas Rome Lecture
at Arc cinema, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

Chris Winter is Manager of New Services at ABC Innovation, and has a
long background in new media, digital TV, technology marketing and
radio. Amongst his many achievements, Chris was presented with the
Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) 2007 Outstanding
Contribution Award.

Established in 2008, the Thomas Rome Lecture gives leading figures in the
Australian recorded sound industry an opportunity to present their thoughts
and ideas on current issues faced by industry. It is named after the man
who made the oldest known surviving sound recording in Australia. Rome’s
recording, made in 1896, was a novelty song called The Hen Convention
which featured a shop assistant imitating a clucking chicken.

When: Tuesday 27 September 2011
Time: 12.15pm arrival for 12.30pm start (finish 1.30pm)
Enquiries: 02 6248 2000 | nfsa.gov.au

This is a free public lecture. No rsvp is required.

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