Posts Tagged ‘Public’

How Radio Imaging Impacts The Public

September 14th, 2016

Radio imaging refers to the act of branding a radio station, and it is widely practiced by radio stations around the world. It makes it easier for radio listeners to identify with a radio station, and it helps the radio station achieve better positioning in the industry. It defines the concept of the radio station, and the kind of audience it is trying to reach out to.Radio imaging enables a radio station to present itself as a unique product within a radio network.

Before a radio station is set up, its owner has to decide the genre, theme, style, and mood of the station, as part of consumer packaging. The genre of the station can be anything ranging from sports to music. The type of niche created will define the kind of sports or music the radio station covers.A theme has to be created to make the station more identifiable to its audience because there may be other radio stations dealing with the same kind of genre.

It is important that the theme appeals to the target audience. With music stations, it could be “feel good music” or “soothing tunes”, and it should be accompanied by a tagline. The tagline enables listeners to judge whether a station will meet their listening needs. Also, a mood has to be created for the station, and this will reveal whether a station is funny or serious, laid back or intense, or comforting or confrontational. As part of radio imaging, most radio stations include signature filler pieces between programs, commercials, songs, and commentaries, usually lasting no more than 20 seconds. The type of filler pieces commonly used often include: intros, jingles, promos, liners, stingers, sweepers, and bumpers. These fillers create smoother transitions during broadcasting as well as enhance the image of the radio station.

To make radio imaging more successful, a radio station should employ people who possess exceptional voice talent. A distinct and captivating voice can immediately contribute to the unique personality of a station and listeners will become more attached to the voice as time goes by. Skilled voice over talent will give the appropriate tone and energy to create the right mood for the radio show, capturing the listeners interest. In fact, many radio listeners remain loyal to certain stations because they are regular listeners of a particular program hosted by a talented presenter. It’s for that reason that many top rated radio stations pay huge sums to get well known voices to work for them.Radio imaging is an important part of a radio station’s marketing efforts; it contributes greatly to its survival and success in the competitive radio industry. All the leading radio stations in the world have very elaborate strategies for radio imaging and even lesser-known stations are aware of the effectiveness of this great marketing tool.

Stephanie Ciccarelli is Chief Marketing Officer and co-founder of Voices.com, the voice over marketplace. Specializing in public relations and copy writing, her presence and persona embody the Voices.com brand.

Radio | Posted by Victoria Addington

Hawaii Public Radio

May 24th, 2016

A few nice Radio images I found:

Hawaii Public Radio
Radio
Image by hawaii

la maison de la radio
Radio
Image by Esteban …
mais là, c’est pas une maison ronde, hein Julie !

Radio Città 103 – guerrilla
Radio
Image by Manuel_72

Radio | Posted by Fabrice Dollmach

Greater Augusta ISSA Q1 Public Meeting featuring Rob Lee

January 2nd, 2015

Greater Augusta ISSA Q1 Public Meeting featuring Rob Lee
Occasion on 2015-01-27 19:00:00

The more Augusta ISSA invites you to definitely join united states for our next quarterly conference. We’re excited to provide Rob Lee (https://twitter.com/robtlee)!

About Rob Lee

Rob Lee is operator and consultant into the Washington, DC area, focusing on information security, event response, and electronic forensics. Rob happens to be the curriculum lead and writer for digital forensic and incident response training during the SANS Institute along with buying his own firm. Rob has above 15 several years of expertise in computer forensics, vulnerability and exploit finding, intrusion detection/prevention, and incident response.

Rob graduated from U.S. Air Force Academy and served within the U.S. Air Force as a founding person in the 609th Information Warfare Squadron, 1st U.S. military functional device focused on information warfare. Later on, he was a part associated with Air Force workplace of Unique Investigations (AFOSI) where he led a team conducting computer crime investigations, incident response, and computer forensics. Prior to starting their own firm, he directly caused a variety of government agencies within the law enforcement, U.S. Department of Defense, and intelligence communities as the technical lead for a vulnerability development and an exploit development team, lead for a cyber forensics branch, and lead for a pc forensic and protection software development team. Rob was additionally a director for MANDIANT, an organization focused on investigating higher level adversaries, like the APT, for four years before you begin their own company.

Rob co-authored the book Know Your Enemy, second Edition. Rob earned their MBA from Georgetown University in Washington DC. He was granted the Digital Forensic Examiner of the season from the Forensic 4Cast prizes. Rob is an ardent blogger about computer forensics and incident reaction subjects on SANS Computer Forensic Blog. Rob is also a co-author of the MANDIANT hazard intelligence report M-Trends: The Advanced Persistent Threat.

About the more Augusta ISSA

The ISSA is a global organization of data Systems Security Professionals. Study more concerning the Global ISSA at http://www.issa.org. The Greater Augusta Chapter for the ISSA meets quarterly. We invite you to go to our conferences to meet with other neighborhood protection experts, to network, share a few ideas, receive technical training, and to have a great time when you earn CPE’s.

Members enjoy exclusive benefits such as discounts on SANS training and social "meet and greet" possibilities with some associated with industry's a-listers. The discounts for a passing fancy program can pay for your membership the year! If you're not an associate currently, please see:
http://augusta.issa.org/p/membership.html 

Where and When

The presentation will be at Georgia Regents University (formerly referred to as Augusta State) in place UH-170 of University Hall on Tuesday, January 27 at 7:00PM. Please note no pizza will undoubtedly be provided for this meeting.  For a map showing the positioning of University Hall, be sure to see the parking pass (that you'll have to print and place on your dashboard):
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzQ65xrcMwNESXkyN3Rjc3pzNDQ/view?usp=sharing

This is a FREE public meeting.

This conference is sponsored by the Hull College of Business (http://www.gru.edu/hull/).

at Georgia Regents University
1120 15th Street
Augusta, United States

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Dupont Public Class: Fundamentals of Portraiture

November 25th, 2014

Dupont Public Class: Basics of Portraiture
Event on 2014-12-23 19:00:00

Simply take this course to master the basics actions of portraiture such as for example accurately measuring your topic, proper proportions, just how to contour and shade eyes, noses, and mouths, just how to mix the right colors, and even more! 

Unleash Your internal Artist!® during the ArtJamz® Academy

YOUR CLASS INCLUDES

  • 1.5 hours of directed instruction
  • One 12 x 16 little stretched canvas
  • One cup of wine, a beer or a non-alcoholic beverage
  • Easel and smock rental
  • Access to non-toxic water-based acrylic paints, paint brushes, palettes, sponges, markers, pencils, pencils, pastels alongside cool "weapons of mass creativity"
  • Fun

 

WHAT MUST I KNOW BEFORE we JAMZ?

HOW DO I GET THERE?
Metro: Red Line. Dupont. North Exit. 3-4 minute walk. 
Bike: Capital Bike Share (twentieth St & Florida Ave NW) is block far from Connecticut and there is a station at Dupont Circle. 
Parking: One and two-hour metered road parking can be obtained but restricted on Connecticut Ave. It’s free after 630PM South-bound and free after 830PM North-bound. Neighborhood and side-street parking is available besides. You will find parking garages in your community, closest being on S Street close to Thaiphoon Restaurant.

WHAT MUST I BRING? 
ID (our company is serving liquor) as well as your electronic reservation confirmation; you don't need a printed ticket. Save a tree. 

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
We have smocks! Nevertheless we’re painting in a live studio environment, therefore wear things you don't mind getting paint on, ergo, keep the Louboutins at home, ladies. We use water-based acrylic paints, but nevertheless, we don't want any nice stuff to have paint onto it … although, that could be very fashion forward in the event that you did. Paint splats are so in!!

CAN we LEAVE MY CANVAS?
In short, no. We ask you just take your canvas(es) with you. Making them is a bad choice. Still, if you leave your canvas(es), in that way, you acknowledge and agree that there isn’t any guarantee that it will be there whenever you return. You recognize your canvas may get lost or damaged which it’s going to get painted over within a day and re-sold as reduced "recycled canvas." We now have carry bags available that you can use to carry your canvas away and now we have blow-dryers to help with drying. 

DO ARTJAMZ HAVE a AGE LIMIT?
Children and teens aged 2 to 18 are permitted during youngsters Classes and All-Ages sessions, which operate until 6PM on the weekends and 5-6PM on weekdays. All individuals aged 2-18 needs to be combined with a parent or chaperone. After 6PM, the studio becomes adults-only, with no one under 18 is permitted. Please know that we provide alcohol at all times. We've taken enough time to make certain music all the time is profanity free and befitting all ages.

WHAT BASICALLY HAVE A GROUP? 
Groups Sized 1 to 6 People: Reserve utilising the CREATE FRIENDS option. Create a fancy group page and make the reservations yourself or have actually individuals inside team reserve under your group name.

Groups Sized 7 or maybe more: sets of 7 or higher looking to reserve a section or full room should book by emailing christina@artjamzdc.com or calling 202-768-9164. Our awesome personal events coordinator will be in touch to help you prepare a fantastically jamming paint soiree and make yes every thing turns out great. A refundable deposit of 0 is required for many categories of 7 or higher. A deposit is the only way to ensure that categories of 7 or more will get a chance to ArtJamz together. We provide catering and open bar options for categories of 15 or maybe more.

Deposit: Our studio is little and room is limited, and that’s why we require build up for categories of 7 or maybe more. You’ll be charged studio time for individuals that do maybe not arrive for the team reservation. This may come out of the deposit. All deposits would be refunded once you have finished your session. 

WHAT TYPE OF PAINTS TO COMPLETE YOU USE?
We utilize non-toxic water-based acrylics paints at our studios. Oil-based paints or aerosols are not allowed. 

HOW DO I USE VOUCHER AND/OR PRESENT CARDS?
Present your present card or voucher in digital or print structure. We choose electronic. Please be aware that individuals don't accept vouchers, discount coupons or present cards at personal events, unique discounted events or pop-ups.

I NEED INSPIRATION … 
No Issue! Our ArtJamz music mix, great selection of drinks, art books, graffitied walls, Pinterest page and friendly art-trained imaginative Enablers will keep the strategies flowing – all you do is paint, drink and possess enjoyable. Seriously. That's it. Liquid inspiration assists …

I HAVEN'T PAINTED AS KINDERGARTEN, I'M FREAKING OUT! 
Relax! No body expects one to paint the Mona Lisa. In reality, did you know that there clearly was a painting within the Mona Lisa? Meaning also Leonardo da Vinci at one point thought "this stinks, I think I'll paint over it." Our imaginative Enablers is there to help you perform. There are no mistakes, just "evolution." Consider it more as creating a canvas in place of creating a painting. 

CAN I JUST WALK IN?
Yes, but just like at restaurants, walk-ins are accepted on a first-come, first-serve foundation. Access just isn’t assured and is based mostly on area and accessibility.

WHAT IF I'M RUNNING LATE?
Reservations would be released in the event that you come later on than 15min after your allotted begin time. 

WILL I STOP MY EAR?
You won't become crazy, but you’ll realize that art while the creative procedure are wonderfully effective and relaxing items that can give you yet another perspective and an excellent short reprieve from the day-to-day grind. But, that won't make you cut off your ear, don't stress.

WHERE COULD I DISCOVER YOU ONLINE?

Twitter | Instagram @artjamz  #ArtJamz
Check-in FourSquare | Yelp | Facebook

WHERE CAN I READ OR WRITE RATINGS? 
YELP | LinkedIN  | Google  | TRIP ADVISOR

CONTACT
202-629-3780 | info@artjamzdc.com | artjamzdc.com

ArtJamz is a GenkiMedia® LLC manufacturing

at ArtJamz Dupont Studio
1742 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, United States

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Roots Public Charter Class 15 12 Months Anniversary

August 18th, 2014

Roots Public Charter School 15 Year Anniversary
Occasion on 2014-10-05 11:00:00
Roots PCS is celebrating our 15 year annivarsary regarding breathtaking nature of Washington on Sunday, October the 5th, 2014 from 11:30am to 1:30pm. Adult seats are and kids are . Boarding time is at 11am! Adults – .00 Son Or Daughter – .00 Co-Sponsor – 00.00 Exclusive Sponsor – 99.00 Exclusive Sponsorship of Students – 00.00

at Odyssey Cruise
600 Liquid Street
Washington, United States

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National Public Lands Day Free Day

July 28th, 2014

National Public Lands Day Free Day
Event on 2014-09-27 08:00:00
Visit Washington state parks for free. The Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park on designated free days. Please note: A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife during State Parks free days. For more information, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov.

at Schafer State Park

Elma, United States

Washington | Posted by admin

National Public Lands Day Free Day

July 22nd, 2014

National Public Lands Day Free Day
Event on 2014-09-27 08:00:00
Visit Washington state parks for free. The Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park on designated free days. Please note: A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife during State Parks free days. For more information, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov.

at Mount St. Helens Visitor Center
24000 Spirit Lake Way
Castle Rock, United States

Washington | Posted by admin

National Public Lands Day Free Day

July 6th, 2014

National Public Lands Day Free Day
Event on 2014-09-27 08:00:00
Visit Washington state parks for free. The Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park on designated free days. Please note: A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife during State Parks free days. For more information, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov.

at Spencer Spit State Park

Lopez Island, United States

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National Public Lands Day Free Day

July 5th, 2014

National Public Lands Day Free Day
Event on 2014-09-27 08:00:00
Visit Washington state parks for free. The Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park on designated free days. Please note: A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife during State Parks free days. For more information, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov.

at Goldendale Observatory

Goldendale, United States

Washington | Posted by admin

“Presidents, Congress, and Public Education” Jack Jennings Lecture Series

February 21st, 2014

“Presidents, Congress, and Public Education” Jack Jennings Lecture Series
Event on 2014-03-31 17:00:00

Jack Jennings Lecture Series (3 parts) – "Presidents, Congress, and Public Education: School Improvement in a Political Atmosphere"

Please join the Graduate School of Education and Human Development for a series of public lectures featuring Jack Jennings, a renowned education policy expert and founder of the Center on Education Policy, which is now housed at GSEHD.

The lecture series will take place in 3 parts: Feb 3, Feb 24, and March 31. Participants are encouraged to attend one, two, or all three installements of the series.

Location – room varies by date:
Feb 3 at 5 p.m. (Part 1 of 3): GW Marvin Center Betts Theatre – 800 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 
Feb 24 at  6 p.m. (Part 2 of 3): GW Marvin Center Ampitheater – 800 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 
March 31 at 5 p.m. (Part 3 of 3): GW City View Room – 1957 E Street NW, Washington, DC 

Contact: Maggie Appel-Schumacher | 202-994-2875 

JACK JENNINGS: Mr. Jennings founded the Center on Education Policy in January 1995. From 1967 to 1994, he served as subcommittee staff director and then as a general counsel for the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Education and Labor. In these positions, he was involved in nearly every major education debate held at the national level, including the re-authorizations of such important legislation as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the Vocational Education Act, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Higher Education Act, and the National School Lunch Act.

Mr. Jennings has served on the board of trustees of the Educational Testing Service, the Title I Independent Review Panel, the Pew Forum on Standards-Based Reform, the Maryland Academic Intervention Steering Committee, and the Maryland Visionary Panel. Mr. Jennings is currently a member of the National Academy of Education, and serves as the chairman of the board of governors of the Phi Delta Kappa foundation.

Over the years, he has received awards from dozens of organizations, and recently was the recipient of awards for distinguished public service from the American Education Research Association and from Phi Delta Kappa. Most recently, he has been honored with the Education Visionary Award by the Learning First Alliance (a coalition of the country's major national public education organizations), the Outstanding Friend of Public Education Award from the Horace Mann League, and the Meritorious Service Award from the National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators.

Mr. Jennings has written a book on the politics of national education standards, edited four volumes on federal education policy, and writes a blog for the Huffington Post. He has also written numerous articles, including 12 for the Kappan, more than any other single contributor for the prestigious publication. He is also among the authorities on education most cited in the news media. For example, he has been quoted in Education Week more than 500 times from 1995 to 2011. 

He holds an A.B. from Loyola University and a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law, and is a member of several legal bars, including the U.S. Supreme Court.

Please contact Maggie Appel-Schumacher at 202-994-2875 or maggieas@gwu.edu with questions about the event or to request disability specific accommodations through GW's Disability Support Services. 

 

at George Washington University – Marvin Center
800 21st Street NW
Washington, United States

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