radioCona participates in Reveil broadcasting

IMG_0980 copySat, May 3, 5.00 am – Sun, May 4, 6.00 am,  2014 (UTC 0+1)
24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak

radioCona microphone will be active on May 4, 2014, 4.30am – 5.30am from Molat island, Croatia, facing east at daybreak.

The first live 24 hour broadcast of the sounds of daybreak, relayed by a network of audio streamers around the world. Starting on Saturday at midnight ET (GMT-5,dawn London time). Reveil will travel West from one open microphone to the next, tracking the rising sun, and finish the following morning back in London where the show is being broadcast from the soundCamp at Stave Hill Ecology Park, about 2 miles from the Meridian line in Greenwich.

The broadcast will combine streams from the Locus Sonus network, many assembled specially for this event, newly commissioned feeds from Abu Dhabi, Athens, Tehran and Italy, together with existing live audio from webcams, deep ocean hydrophones, Very Low Frequency radio and independent channels, covering all continents and time zones. Highlights include live streams from Austin, TX and Costa Rica by Joel Goodwin at livenaturesongs.com; whalesong from Hawaii by the Jupiter Foundation, and wild soundscapes with goats and bells by Gregoire Lauvin (Locus Sonus) in the French Pyrenees.

Reveil is also the focus of a global broadcasting collaboration, with local and regional broadcasters in the UK, mainland Europe and the America.

The Reveil broadcast and the soundCamp are linked to International Dawn Chorus Day, an annual event when many people go out in the early morning to listen to birdsong.
For more details go to: http://self-noise.net/soundcamp/soundcamp_stream.html

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