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Wie auch in den vergangenen Jahren seit dem 19C3 wird eine Radio-Crew aus VertreterInnen der Freien Radio-Szene auf dem Kongress sein und Beiträge und Interviews aufbereiten.

Fairydust.FM

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Wo sind wir?

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Sendezeiten

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Empfang/Livestream

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English please?

Indeed, that page is in german language. That's because we're broadcasting on a public local radio station, our content will be primarily in german language and speech. But of course we're able and willing to talk in english with you like in interviews.

You can join the CongressRadio-Team if you like!

We are open for anybody who is interested in recording interviews etc.

Contact:

If you want to participate or have any questions, please visit us or call us: (to be updated soon)

History of CongressRadio:

19C3: The Beginning

Since 19C3, the 19. Chaos Communication Congress, members of a action group called "radiokampagne.de" are organizing and establishing a temporary Radiostation for the annual conventions of the Chaos Computer Club between Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Berlin.

20C3: The travelling radio station

From 10th of December 2003 until 11th of January 2004, the airwaves of Berlin rattled as young radio enthusiasts united to broadcast a new kind of Radiostation - "radioriff" and "radioriff away on travel". Every evening, the latter went away from the studio to another place like a bar, a club, a cinema, a workspace, an event location - and it went of course to the 20C3 at the Berlin Congress Center. It was the first time, that the Chaos Communication Congress took place there.

21C3: The Host - a former pirate radio station

At 21C3 our four radio shows were broadcasted from eight to nine p.m. on TwenFM 104,1 MHz. We presented news, interviews with lecturers and visitors from the 21C3 and nice music.

22C3: The Podcasting Era starts

In 2005 there was no non-commercial local FM-Radiostation left in Berlin and that's why we started with podcasting in German and English. Thus there were contributions or even complete radio shows at community Radiostations in other German, Austrian and Swiss cities.

24C3: Two ways of broadcasting

CongressRadio was present again at the 24C3 and with FM-radio transmissions and podcasting.

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