Arno van der Hoeven speaks about 3FM at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

Media scholar Dr. Arno van der Hoeven will give a presentation about the heritage of radio channel NPO 3FM on 8 October. 

He was invited by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Hilversum), who currently host an exhibition on 3FM. This month, 3FM celebrates that it started broadcasting fifty years ago. In his talk, Van der Hoeven will focus on the connections between popular music, heritage and radio. Other speakers are Dr. Alec Badenoch (UU) and radio DJ Arjan Snijders.

Arno van der Hoeven is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media & Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Last year, Arno defended his dissertation ‘Popular Music Memories: Places and practices of popular music heritage, memory and cultural identity’. Next to his teaching and research activities, Arno is chair of the board of the Rotterdam based heritage organization DIG IT UP. His main research interests include media studies, cultural identity and cultural heritage. His current research focuses on the construction and experience of intangible heritage in urban settings.

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