Radio@UPEI is teaming up with Music PEI, the Island Media Arts Co-op and Holland College’s Interactive Multimedia Program to showcase Music PEI’s 2006 awards show.
The awards show is an annual celebration of Island Music from East to West, with up to 20 Industry awards given to those who have made their mark on PEI in 2005?2006. This year’s event will be held November 10, 2006 at Charlottetown’s Confederation Centre.
Building on their successful trial at last year’s PEIMAs and extensive coverage of the 2006 East Coast Music Awards, Radio@UPEI will now be bringing the excitement of the 2006 PEI Music Awards to online audiences everywhere. In the days following the Gala Awards, watch for a special series showcasing highlights of the event to be made available for distribution over the Internet using a variety of digital formats.
Visit http://radio.upei.ca/peima to follow along.
Radio@UPEI is an Internet-based media exchange and distribution service empowering the many voices of our community. Founded in late 2004 its members have contributed over 350 podcasts on an eclectic range of topics. In addition to podcasts, members of Radio@UPEI have collaborated to offer live coverage of sporting events, musical performances, civic events, lectures and much more. Radio@UPEI marketing services offer a powerful and cost-effective method of reaching a target audience.
For more information vist http://radio.upei.ca
About the Island Media Arts Co-Op
The Island Media Arts Co-Operative is a member driven non-profit independent media arts organization. IMAC’s members are both new and established filmmakers and New Media Artists. IMAC provides infrastructure, equipment, training and development support to its membership and the community in which it resides.
For more information visit http://www.islandmedia.pe.ca
About Holland College’s Interactive Multimedia Program
The Interactive Multimedia (IMM) program at Holland College provides learners with the opportunity to engage with new media technologies in a creative and applied atmosphere. Students learn how to produce usable and attractive interactive products that fuse multiple media elements (text, graphics, animation, audio, video) with programmed and database-driven navigation. Students engage in formal, hands-on instruction, building the three core skill sets necessary for the creation of internet, CD, and DVD environments.
For more information visit http://www.hollandc.pe.ca/Media/index.htm