AMC Ahoy!

The seventh annual Allied Media Conference kicks off today in Bowling Green, Ohio. Hundreds of radical media activists from around the country will converge on the scene to share skills and plot projects. The microradio workshop goes down late Saturday morning. Says the schedule:
This session will provide an overview of the national microradio scene, current FCC policy and enforcement trends, and the prospects for expanded legal LPFM radio. It will also feature a working demonstration of a microradio station, to show just how easy it is to take back the airwaves. As a part of this demonstration we will discuss various operational tactics to mitigate exposure and enforcement concerns.
There will be a ton of excellent stuff going on, including workshops on tactical webcasting and podcasting, investigative journalism, using hip hop to organize, and so much more – like the zine readings, films, and (oh yes) the bowling party.
Being that AMC will attract its fair share of bloggers I’m surprised there’s no collective blog project (yet). In the meantime watch AMC sponsor Clamor magazine’s own blog for any late-breaking developments. This conference does accept on-site registration, so last-minute attendees should feel more than welcome.