Workshops & Panels for GRC 2018

The Programming Committee has released the full list of 45 workshops and panels happening at Grassroots Radio Conference 2018. Next, they'll be hard at work placing these sessions into the schedule.

Check out all the great programming in store:

Workshop Title Organizer / Presenter
All things Content: Radio Programmers' Round Table Ursula Ruedenberg, Moderator, KHOI, Ames IA Participants to be decided
Ask the Lawyer Michael W. Richards, Communications Lawyer, Takoma Park MD
Audio Streaming with Icecast David Klann, Broadcast Tool & Die, Independent Consultant, Viola WI
Burnout in Community Radio Barry Rooke, National Campus and Community Radio Association, Ottawa ON
Circle of Engagement: A Strategy for Leading Change Ernesto Aguilar, National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB) and Sally Kane, NFCB, Denver
Community Radio in the Streets and Digital Inclusion Sabrina Roach, fearless360, Seattle
Creating a Funding Prospectus and Facts Sheet LaGanzie Kale, KLEK-LP, Jonesboro AR
Creating Radical Inclusivity Ani Haines, Moderator, KBOO, panel members TBD, Portland
Defending our Movements Tracy Rosenberg, Media Alliance, San Francisco and Chris Bushwick, Portland TechnoActivism, Portland
Forming a State-wide community media organization Betty McArdle, Oregon Community Media, Portland
How to Live Stream from Your Studio, Gain a Larger Audience, and Even Attract Underwriters in the Process LaGanzie Kale, KLEK-LP Jonesboro AR
How To Promote the Helloutta Your Station or Show for Cheap or Even for Free! Jim Ellinger, Austin Airwaves, Austin TX
I have an idea for an interview show - now what? Megan Hanna, KBFG LP, Seattle
Interviewing skills Barry Vogel, Radio Curious, Host and Producer, Ukiah CA
Intro to Mobile Journalism: 7 Ways You Can Use Your Cellphone to Document a News Event Lisa Loving, Award-Winning Journalist and media activist, Portland
Launching local news bureaus Keith Rozendal, KZSC, Santa Cruz CA
Lessons Learned in PEG Radio Bill Simmon, WBTV-LP, Burlington, Vermont
Live Radio Survivor Recording: Community Radio's 5-Year Plan Paul Riismandel, Radio Survivor, Portland
Local news panel Yuko Kodama, KBCS news director, Seattle WA
Local news panel Leigh Robartis, KRFP news director, Moscow ID
Local news panel Eric Galatas, Public news service, investigative reporter and former FSTV programing director, Denver
Local radio news programming Tom Voorhees, KPFA and Pacifica national board member, Moderator, Clinton WA
LPFM Roundtable Sharon Scott, Moderator, WXOX, Louisville KY
LPFM Roundtable Participant Vanessa Graber, Station Manager, WPPM, Philadelphia
LPFM Roundtable Participant LaGanzie Kale, Station Manager, KLEK Jonesboro AR
LPFM Roundtable Participant Will Floyd and Stella Byrne, Co-Station Managers, KRMD
LPFM Roundtable Participant Lauree McArdle, Station Manager, WERA, Arlington VI
Music Licensing Eva Papp, Spinitron, Boston
Organizing the Organization Betty McArdle, Community Media Assistance Project, Portland
Pacifica Affiliate Meeting Otis Maclay, Ursula Ruedenberg, Olivia Brinkmeyer, Pacifica, Ames IA
Pacifica Audioport and Internet Technology Package: Content Distribution, Streaming, IT archives, Sound Exchange Reporting, and fund raising tools Otis Maclay, Ursula Ruedenberg, Olivia Brinkmeyer, Pacifica, Ames IA
Philosophies of editing: conscious audio editing of spoken word news, public affairs and documentary style programming Frieda Werden, WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service, Vancouver BC
Pledge Drives Don Merrill, KBOO, Portland
Podcasting and your Radio Station Ursula Ruedenberg and Olivia Brinkmeyer, Pacifica, Ames IA
Radio Accessible to All: Multi-Media Production & Distribution for Radio Broadcasters Vanessa M Graber, WPPM, Philadelphia
Raspberry Pi Pyrate Radio - Open Source EAS Rob Hopkins and Bill Polonsky, CJUC, Whitehorse Yukon
RBDS (Radio Text) is Easy! If you know how Michael Brown, Brown Broadcast Services and Kent Randles, Entercom Radio, Portland
Receiving and offering Syndicated Programs through Pacifica and other sources Ursula Ruedenberg, Pacifica, Ames IA
Rules, Regs, and Policies Panel

Michael Richards, Communications Lawyer, Takoma Park MD; Michelle Bradley, REC Networks, Riverton, MD; and Luisa Cardoza, KZSC Radio underwriting, Santa Cruz CA

Se habla parlez-vous? Errant translators and you. Michael W. Richards, Communications Lawyer, Takoma Park MD
Show, Don't Tell: How to Make Smart Fundraising Decisions Becky Meiers, Development Director at KBOO, Portland
Starting Up Your Local Volunteer Newsroom Lisa Loving, award-winning journalist and media activist, Portland
Survey of Radio Automation Tools David Klann, Independent Consultant, Viola WI
The Art of Sound Luke Rosebaro, WSLR, Sarasota, FL
The Basics of Audacity for Audio Recording and Editing Nan Cohen and Rick Gold, KEPW, Eugene OR
the KBOO Archive - a case study Erin Yanke, KBOO, Portland
Tools and Resources for Emerging Independent Journalists Lisa Loving, award-winning journalist and media activist, Portland
Training, Training, Training Jamie Hoover, KUGS-FM, Bellingham WA
Turning Listeners Into Raving Fans Rabia Yeaman, KBOO Volunteer Programmer and Rebecca Meiers, KBOO staff, Portland
Website/Internet security for community stations Jenka Soderberg, KBOO staff and Gaba Rodriguez, Tactical Tech, Portland
Working with educational institutions Amoshaun Toft, UWave Radio & UW Bothell, Bothell WA