Radio 3.0
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Fireside was the coolest thing to’ve happened to radio for a long time. I considered it Radio 3.0 and treated the chat-format shows as an opportunity to learn from fascinating people, and to discuss ideas at the cutting edge of creative practice and complex issues of global importance. .

Unfortunately, it has since turned into a celebrity-driven pile of forgettable fluff. Still, it was fun while it lasted.

(In a display of somewhat breathtaking arrogance, the platform has seen it fit to trash the early adopters’ programmes. The URLs lead nowhere. now – if you can find the URLs, since the programmes have been taken off the servers. I only have a few backups, with which I may do something, should time allow…)

The Creative Farm convened on Monday nights (21:30 Central Europe time) and centred around discussions about the place of art and creativity in modern business, society and life.

The weekly NFTalk.ive aired on Wednesday nights (21:30 Central Europe time) and focused on the rapidly growing world of Non-Fungible Tokens as applied to the world of art and artists.

Boma Global was a format and content company. It operated as a network of local parters in numerous countries around the world, The Boma Global Studio on Fireside was home to discussing complex global issues through conversations with business leaders, academics, artists and activists.