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Tania Ketenjian, 5 May 2011

The Third Coast International Audio Festival is back, inviting all audio and non-audio folks out there to compete for their 11th annual Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition! Many of the works that have won this award have represented new and dynamic ways of creating sound and telling stories. To use their own words: The TCIAF invites producers around the globe to submit their finest radio/audio stories in the following categories: Best Documentary (gold, silver, bronze, honorable mention, directors’ choice), Best New Artist, Radio Impact and Best News Feature.

The TCIAF accepts stories that document people, places, times, events, phenomena, and issues. These include but are not limited to: investigative reports, narrative stories, personal essays, profiles and audio portraits. Podcasts and documentaries that redefine the documentary form are welcome.

Winners receive cash awards – $5,000 for the gold prize – to support their future creative endeavors. They also receive national recognition in Best of the Best: The 2011 Third Coast Festival Broadcast, airing on public radio stations across the country this fall.

The early deadline for entries is June 23rd at noon PDT. The late deadline is July 14th at noon PDT. Entry fees range from $30 (students) to $50 (by early deadline) to $70 (by late deadline.) Read more about guidelines, prizes and how to upload entries.

Competition winners will be announced publicly on October 22, 2011 in Chicago at the Third Coast Awards Ceremony.

As of 2011, the TC/RHDF Competition will have honored nearly 100 extraordinary stories from seven countries/four continents and given $250,000 in cash prizes to many of the most innovative producers of the past decade.

The 2011 TC / RHDF Competition is powered by the Public Radio Exchange (PRX).

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Issue 09

After some creative strategy brainstorming over here at HQ we have decided to take a new direction with our next issue.

Issue 09 will be the first in a continuing series of themed issues of The [Un]Observed. With this focus we aim to challenge our curatorial style, to continue to forefront the work of a growing number of artists and producers, whilst allowing The [Un]Observed to realize itself more fully as a publication.

The first issue takes the theme of Borders. We are already over the moon about the works we have lined up and can’t wait to share them with you.

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The [Un]Observed: Live

After the success of our last event at OHIO in March, we’re going for round two.

We’re hoping to add a performance element to the lineup, showcasing the talents of some amazing local artists, in addition to our selections from the magazine.

We are committed to maintaining our goal of clearing a space for creative thinkers and audiophiles to meet and mingle and listen. Stay tuned for details.

5 May 2011
Get Your Audio On (with food)

Francesca Panetta was in town and to celebrate, we decided we would have an audiofile party, a chance for people who love sound to geek out for the evening over delicious food. So a little over a week ago, we got together, at tart made by Philip, and talked shop with Andrew Roth, Ben Furstenberg, Aaron Ximm, Roman Mars, Amy Standen and Jeremiah Moore. We realized how fun it was and hope to have more audio parties in the future…

5 May 2011
We’re going Terrestrial…Again!

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